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Wednesday, October 17 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
ST10: Design Considerations for a Multiple Element MEMS Gas Sensor

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MEMS technology has enabled size, cost, and power reduction for metal oxide gas sensors. The small size of MEMS devices combined with a wide selection of gas sensitive semiconductor materials, allows for multiple sensing elements to achieve improved detection and selectivity of real-world gas mixtures. Design choices must be made for optimizing size, circuit complexity, gas selectivity, and power consumption. This session provides a detailed look at these options and provide device examples.

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Collin Twanow

Vice President of Technology, Micralyne Inc.
Collin has worked at Micralyne for 17 years and is currently the Vice President of Technology. Previously, he held various roles in Engineering Management and Sales.  He is primarily responsible for Micralyne’s technology development roadmap. Collin is also responsible for technical... Read More →

Wednesday October 17, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm CDT
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