July 18-20, 2024Tokyo, Japan


Global Meet on Sensors and Sensing Technology

Theme: Sensors in Technology and Nature

Research Meets Innovation

Dear Colleagues,

The Prime Meetings takes the pleasure to invite you to the Global Meet on Sensor and sensing Technology (GMSST2024) will be held in Tokyo, Japan during July 18-20, 2024.

GMSST2024 is an annual meeting organized with the intend of being a platform for Sensor and Sensing Technology  experts, Researchers, academicians as well as industrial experts from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Sensor and sensing Technology.

The meeting brings together World Class participants and young researchers looking for opportunities for exchanges that cross the traditional discipline boundaries and allows them to resolve multidisciplinary challenging problems that only a venue of this nature can offer. Through this event you will be able to share the state-of-the-art developments and cutting-edge technologies in the broad areas of Sensors and Sensing Technology.

We cordially invite the scientific community to participate in what promises to be a memorable meeting in July 18-20, 2024 in Tokyo, Japan.

Best Regards,
Diana Matthew
Program Manager
Prime Meetings
Email: gmsst2024@primemeetings.org
About Us

The Prime Meetings is a young professional meetings organizer with a global reach dedicated to technology meetings for the benefit of tech community. Being a private meetings organizer we are experts in building community network and execute technical meetings.

With an expert team, Prime Meetings is capable of conceptualizing, planning and execution of events in technical field. What makes us unique from our peers is

  • Build network through broad collaboration and the sharing of knowledge
  • Enhance events standards for benefit of technical community
  • We are a trusted source of meetings in technology fields
  • Provide opportunities for young researchers to learn, grow and collaborate
  • We believe in trust, network building, integrity and partnership
Important Dates
  • Abstract Submission Deadline : May 19, 2024
  • Earlybird Registration Deadline : December 18, 2024
  • Standard Registration Deadline : March 01 , 2024
  • Onspot Registration : July 18, 2024
  • Conference Scheduled Dates : July 18-20, 2024


Meet our Committee

Dr. Stefania Bandini

Dr. Stefania Bandini

University of Milano, Italy
Dr. Nazila Fough

Dr. Nazila Fough

Robert Gordon University, UK
Dr. George Abramchuk

Dr. George Abramchuk

University of Toronto, Canada.
Dr. Omid Akbarzadeh Pivehzhani

Dr. Omid Akbarzadeh Pivehzhani

University of Wisconsin, United States
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Meet our Plenary Speakers

Dr. Weidong Zhu

Dr. Weidong Zhu

University of Maryland
Dr. Haifeng Zhang

Dr. Haifeng Zhang

University of North Texas


Meet our Keynote Speakers

Dr. Philip Pong

Dr. Philip Pong

New Jersey Institute of Technology


Meet our Invited Speakers

Prof. R.C. Jagessar

Prof. R.C. Jagessar

University of Guyana
South America
Dr. Huangxian Ju

Dr. Huangxian Ju

Nanjing University
Dr. Yousef Farhaoui

Dr. Yousef Farhaoui

Moulay Ismail University

Topics of Discussion/Sessions

We request you to submit a brief idea or abstract of your talk/presentation/symposium/workshop according to your session interest

  • 3D Sensing & remote sensing
  • Action Recognition
  • Aerospace sensors and sensor systems
  • Big Data, Machine Learning in Sensing and Imaging
  • Biological sensors/ Biosensors, Microfluidic
  • Chemical, humidity & gas sensors
  • Cryogenic sensors and systems
  • Electromagnetic & Photonic Sensors
  • Environmental sensors & plasmonic sensors
  • EO/IR/SWIR Sensing
  • Flexible, pressure, internet, wearable
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Implantable Sensors and Systems
  • Inductive and Magnetic Sensors
  • Infrared Sensors, Devices and Thermography
  • Interdigital Sensors, immunosensors, acoustic sensors
  • Lab on Chip, Micro Analysis Devices
  • Machine Vision and Navigation
  • Mechanical, Physical & Optical Sensors
  • MEMS, GIS and NEMS
  • Micro- and Nanofabrication Technologies/ printing
  • Micro and Nano sensors
  • Multi Sensor Fusion
  • Nano & Quantum Sensing
  • Nanomaterials and Electronics Technology for Sensors
  • Nanotechnology for Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems
  • Non Destructive Inspection sensors
  • Optical microsystems & sensing system
  • Polymer & Semiconductor Materials for Sensors
  • Quantum sensors & Metering/Measurements Sensors
  • Quantum sensors and measurements
  • Radar
  • Remote Sensors and Telemetry
  • Robotics and Rehabilitation Intelligence
  • Self-Powered, temperature, radiation & modern sensors
  • Sensing principles and mechanisms
  • Sensor and sensor-array chemometrics
  • Sensor Applications & sensor networks
  • Sensor Interfacing, Signal Conditioning & Processing
  • Sensor systems
  • Sensor technologies and materials
  • Sensor-related techniques and methods
  • Sensors and displays
  • Sensor-system algorithms and computation
  • Smart/Intelligent Sensors
  • Theory and modelling, Reliability
  • Transducers, Actuators and Sensor Power Systems
  • VR/AR and 3D Displays
  • Wearable Sensors, Devices and Electronics
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Organ-on-chip & Optical fiber sensors
  • Wind energy remote sensing & intracellular sensing
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