Low-Cost Sensors and Microsystems for Environment Monitoring - 20/21 mai 2019 - Toulouse

Lundi, 20 Mai, 2019 - Mardi, 21 Mai, 2019

Workshop place

MERCURE Hotel Compans

8 Espl. Compans Caffarelli, 31000 Toulouse

This workshop aims to bring together European academic and industrial actors in the field of air and water quality monitoring. These 2 days are dedicated to highlight the state of the art in miniaturized sensors (micro- and nanotechnologies) for pollutants detection in air and in water, and/or associated embedded microsystems, both in academic prototypes and commercial products. The existing field measurement campaigns (urban and rural sites) will also be addressed. Special emphasis will be put on improvements for addressing the issues that generate measurement errors (calibration, cTOPross-sensitivity, aging, ...)


  • Improvement of sensitive materials
  • Gas micro- and nanosensors
  • Chemical microsensors in liquid phase
  • Communicating embedded microsystems
  • Calibration and cross-sensitivities (selectivity)
  • Trends on low-cost sensors deployment
  • Field measurement campaigns and current standards

Key Dates:

  • February 15th, 2019: Opening call for abstracts and announcement of confirmed invited speakers and scientific committee
  • April 1st, 2019: Deadline for early bird registration
  • April 28th, 2019: Deadline for abstract submission
  • May 13th, 2019: Closing registrations

Registration Fees (*):


Early bird

(before April 1st 2019)

Full rates

(after April 1st 2019)


190 €

250 €

Academic researchers

280 €

335 €

Private companies

385 €

445 €


(*) : Free of charge for CMC2 Members