A strong delegation from Tyndall National Institute are attending the IEEE APSCON conference in Bengaluru, India this week.
The IEEE Applied Sensing Conference (APSCON) is a three-day event in sensing applications and techniques that gives a platform for researchers to network with researchers in the sensors area. The conference will host technical sessions and offer industry engagement.
Tyndall activity at the conference includes Brendan O’Flynn and Sanathana Venkata Sekar taking part in a judging panel, Veda Sandeep Nagaraja co–chairing the Women in Sensors session, while Cian O’Mathuna, Kafil Razeeb and Alan O’Riordan will be speaking at the event.
Tyndall Students Amit Tanwar, Tarun Narayanan, Rajvinder Kaur, and Dinesh Gawade will present their research work, and Han Shao will participate in the Big Idea innovation contest.
Full details of IEEE APSCON event is available on their website.