The Microsensors and Bioelectronics Laboratory is headed by Professor Julian Gardner FREng which is part of the Sensors and Devices Research Group within the School of Engineering at the University of Warwick.
|CMOS based chemical sensors||Bioengineering and biomimetic sensors|
|Electronic noses||Dynamic modelling of sensors|
|Analogue VLSI design||Plasmonic infra-red CMOS devices|
|Micro-fluidics/lab-on-a-chip||Flow and Pressure CMOS sensors|
|Micro-stereo lithography||SAW/SMR acoustic sensors|
We are currently collaborating with the following research centres:
- Power Devices Group (University of Cambridge, UK)
- Acoustic Sensors Group (University of Cambridge, UK)
- Fuel Cell Group (University College London, UK)
- Robotics research group, University of Orebro (Sweden)
- UCL (Louvain, Belgium)
- Institute of Microtechnology (Neuchatel, Switzerland)
- Cambridge CMOS Sensors Ltd (now ams Sensors UK Ltd)
- Samsung, AMS, Philips, Thales, Intel, Siemens, Micro-semi
Prof. Gardner becomes Fellow of the IEEE for his work on CMOS sensors and e-Noses (May 2019).
Prof. Gardner joint winner of Royal Society Mullard award for his work on innovating his research research. (July 2018).
Prof. Gardner awarded IAAM Scientist Medal 2018 for contributions to advanced materials and technologies. (Feb 2017)
Prof. Gardner wins prestigous IEEE Technical Award 2017 from Instrumentation & Measurement Society.
5 papers presented at IEEE Sensors 2017 Conference 29 Oct to 1 Nov in Glasgow.
J Micromech Microeng article on graphene based humidity sensor using FBAR sensor (March 2017)
SOREX Sensors Ltd founded with Cambridge (Jan 2017)