GASG Meeting 88 – Gas Sensor Materials : Cracking The Code

Thursday 2oth June – Mansion House, Bletchley Park & Online

The 88th meeting, held at Bletchley Park addressed the key topic of the role of materials in gas sensing.

The sizeable audience were provided with a series of excellent presentations from international speakers representing industry and academia. The subjects included

  • Sensor material preparation and manufacturing methods
  • The use of powerful data processing techniques to enhance the information which can be extracted from traditional approaches
  • Applications in medical and explosive species detection.

The day featured the usual opportunities for delegate interactions and discussions, and was further enhanced by fascinating lunchtime tours of the world-famous codebreaking site provided by expert guides.

The event once again demonstrated the benefits which attendees at GASG meetings enjoy. Members will shortly be able to read a full report of the day in the upcoming newsletter and can access the speaker presentations and recordings here.