This unique masterclass will be delivered live online over 3 hours by Dr Zhugen Yang (Lecturer in Sensor Technology) who has over ten years of experience on sensors development for water, environment, and health. He heads the Cranfield University Sensors Laboratory, a world-class, cutting-edge research into sensors and their uses in water and the water industry. His research focuses on the development of low-cost, rapid, and point-of-use sensors and devices for environmental science (e.g., microbial contamination in drinking water), public health (e.g. SARS-Cov-2, illicit drugs), and biomedical diagnostics (e.g. infectious disease and cancer).
Duration: Half day (09:00 am – 12:30 pm). Registration at 9am. Cost: £185. For details and registration see here.