Important Dates
*Deadline Extended

30 May 2007
Conference Centre, Lancaster University


Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are key emerging technologies with a broad range of applications in various fields, including chemical processing, environmental monitoring, healthcare, robotics, military and emergency services. WSN offers innovative solutions to scientists from various fields to solve real world problems in their own domain.

An Interdisciplinary Workshop

SensorNet 2007 is designed to be a meeting place for academics and companies interested in sensor network technologies and their commercial applications. Leading experts from diverse backgrounds (cybernetics, environment sciences, biological sciences, computing, communications, etc) will give short talks on on-going research in wireless sensor networks, and areas of future opportunities. The one day workshop will enable academics and companies to showcase their work, exchange ideas and find partners for future collaboration.

The Focus

SensorNet 2007 will be held in Lancaster University. The workshop will focus on:
  • increasing collaboration across disciplines, across departments and across higher education institutes
  • increasing collaboration between academia and industry

Who Should Attend

Students, academics and industrial collaborators are welcome to present their work through posters and demonstrations. We will enjoy a day of short faculty and industry presentations, panel discussions, and networking for future research opportunities. We anticipate that these discussions will lead to several smaller and more focused meetings in the near future.

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