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Since 2011, Sensors has been awarding an annual prize to recognize outstanding papers related to the science and technology of sensors and biosensors that meet the high standards of this journal. We are pleased to announce the third “Sensors Best Paper Award” for 2013. Nominations were solicited from the Editorial Board members, with all papers published in 2009 eligible for consideration.
1st prize: Sabine Achmann, Gunter Hagen, Jaroslaw Kita, Itamar M. Malkowsky, Christoph Kiener and Ralf Moos
Metal-Organic Frameworks for Sensing Applications in the Gas Phase
2nd prize: Alimujiang Fulati, Syed M. Usman Ali, Muhammad Riaz, Gul Amin, Omer Nur and Magnus Willander
Miniaturized pH Sensors Based on Zinc Oxide Nanotubes/Nanorods
3rd prize: Filiberto Chiabrando, Roberto Chiabrando, Dario Piatti and Fulvio Rinaudo
Sensors for 3D Imaging: Metric Evaluation and Calibration of a CCD/CMOS Time-of-Flight Camera
4th prize: Litao Liu, Xiongying Ye, Kang Wu, Rui Han, Zhaoying Zhou and Tianhong Cui
Humidity Sensitivity of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Networks Deposited by Dielectrophoresis
5th prize: Andrea Lingua, Davide Marenchino and Francesco Nex
Performance Analysis of the SIFT Operator for Automatic Feature Extraction and Matching in Photogrammetric Applications
1st prize: Alphus D. Wilson and Manuela Baietto
Applications and Advances in Electronic-Nose Technologies
2nd prize: Johanna Brinkel, Mobarak H. Khan and Alexander Kraemer
A Systematic Review of Arsenic Exposure and Its Social and Mental Health Effects with Special Reference to Bangladesh
3rd prize: Tianyou Zhai, Xiaosheng Fang, Meiyong Liao, Xijin Xu, Haibo Zeng, Bando Yoshio and Dmitri Golberg
A Comprehensive Review of One-Dimensional Metal-Oxide Nanostructure Photodetectors
For more details, please refer to the Sensors Best Paper Award 2013 Editorial.
Earlier Editions of the Award