Chair: Ben Hogan, Queen’s University Canada
New materials play an important role in advances in sensors and spectroscopy. As methods improve, new analytes can be detected and quantified at lower levels and with increased accuracy and precision.
Across the full span from fundamental principles to commercialisation challenges, this session will explore the latest materials-led advances that enable:
- New sensing concepts, mechanisms, and detection principles,
- Development and refinement of sensors,
- Applications to specific sensing challenges.
A particular focus will be given to techniques using:
- Surface enhanced Raman scattering,
- Surface plasmon resonances,
- Electrochemical processes,
- Chiroptical material properties.