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It is my great pleasure present ten best articles published in our Sensors & Transducers Journal (ISSN 1726-5479) in 2007. In this year 12 issues and one special issue  MEMS & NEMS: Devices and Systems" (selected papers from the 10th Annual NSTI Nanotech Conference, 20-24 May 2007, Santa Clara, CA, USA) were published and the journal's e-Impact Factor for 2007 is 156.504. At this year a proposal for articles selection was sent to more than 290 our editorial board members (from academia and industry) from 47 countries. The criterion was the following: novelty, innovation, outstanding new research and current importance. We have got a good feedback and I would like thanks to all editorial board members who help us in this very important matter. At the first selection stage 68 articles were nominated and at the second stage ten best articles were chosen on the majority basis. All selected articles are shown in the table below. You can download its full pages versions free of charges. All authors of selected articles will receive the certificate from the International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA). Of course, taking into account a big number of very good articles published in Sensors & Transducers Journal no all of them can be included into the 10 best, but all are available on the Journal's CD.


I hope you will enjoy these selected articles.




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Prof., Dr., Sergey Y. Yurish


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10 Best Articles Published in 2007

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1 .Folder Pulse Oximeter Fully Powered by Human Body Heat Tom Torfs, Vladimir Leonov, Ruud J.M. Vullers 80/6 June 1230-1238
2. Folder A Novel Noninvasive Sensing Approach of Assessment of Pelt Quality S. C. Mukhopadhyay, S. D. Choudhury,V. Suri, T. Allsop and G. E. Norris 79/5 May 1202-1216
3. Folder

The Development of Chemical Nanosensors,

J. Jin, J. Li, Y. Lu

Special Issue October 140-146
4. Folder High-Speed Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter for Quasi-Digital Sensors and Transducers S. Y. Yurish 80/6 June 1225-1229
5. Folder A Low-Power Signal Processing Unit for in vivo Monitoring and Transmission of Sensor Signals M. R. Haider, S. K. Islam,  M. Zhang 84/10 October 1625-1632
6. Folder A Novel Control System Design for Vibrational MEMS Gyroscopes Q. Zheng, L. Dong, Z. Gao 78/4 April 1073-1082
7. Folder Integration of Microfluidics and Microacoustics Components for Miniature Flow Cytometry Systems Surendra K. Ravula, Darren W. Branch, Jennifer Sigman, Paul G. Clem, Igal Brener Special Issue October 93-100
8. Folder Gas Detectors Based on Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes Exploiting the Dielectrophoresis Method Lun-Wei Chang, Juh-Tzeng Lue 85/11 November 1721-1727
9. Folder Optical Characterization of the Interaction of Mercury with Nanoparticulate Gold Suspended in Solution Kevin Scallan, Donald Lucas, Catherine Koshland 85/11 November 1687-1698
10.Folder Real-Time Air Pollution Monitoring in Urban Environment Using In-Situ Measurements Using WO3 Gas Sensors and Satellite Imagery Through Internet GIS O. Pummakarnchana, V. Phonekeo, A. Vaseashta 77/3 March 1065-1072



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