Special Session Announcement:

Special Session on Bio-Impedance Spectroscopy

Bio-Impedance spectroscopy (BIS) covers various applications in Medical, Biology and Environmental Engineering. It holds great promise for the advancement of research and development as a measurement principle of complex biomedical systems. BIS technique is very promising for helping to understand electromagnetic interactions with living matter at cell or sub-cell levels. For twenty years now, many microsensors or lab on a chip devices based on BIS were designed by improving models, structures, and microelectrodes for the detection, prevention, and treatment of disease. Electromagnetic characterization of living matter is also an important application at a macro as well as micro scales. 

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ICST 2018 Banquet - Venue Update

Strand Hotel Limerick to host the Banquet for ICST 2018.

The Banquet venue for ICST 2018 will be the Strand Hotel Limerick on the evening of the 5th December 2018. 

The Cityview Suite will cater for ICST 2018 on the 6th floor with panoramic views of Limerick City

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ICST 2018 Keynote Speakers Announcement

We are delighted to announce that Professor Tong Sun of City University, London and Professor Izzet Kale of The University of Westminister will be delivering keynote addresses at ICST 2018. 


 Professor Tong Sun

 Professor of Sensor Engineering,

 City University, London, UK. (Link) 

Prof. Sun is the Director of the Research Centre of Sensors and Instrumentation and is leading a research team focused on developing a range of optical fibre sensors for a variety of industrial applications, including structural condition monitoring, early fire detection, homeland security, process monitoring, food quality and environmental monitoring. She has been working closely with partners across disciplines from academia and industry, both in the UK and overseas.

Prof. Sun is a member of the Institute of Physics and a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a Chartered Physicist and a Chartered Engineer in the United Kingdom. She has authored or co-authored some 230 scientific and technical papers.


Izzet Kale

 Professor Izzet Kale


 Head of Department of Engineering




 Director of The Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group


 in University of Westminister, London, UK. (Link)

Prof. Kale is a Professor of Applied DSP and VLSI Systems in the University of Westminister, London.  He is the Director of the Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group in the University of Westminister and he is the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society Chapter Contact for The UK/Republic of Ireland Section Chapter, IM09.