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9th IberoAmerican Congress on Sensors was held in the Hotel ESTELAR Suites Jones at Bogotá, COLOMBIA.

The 9th IberoAmerican Congress on Sensors (IBERSENSOR 2014) continues the tradition of biennial conferences started in 1998. This is a unique forum for scientific and technological exchange among iberoamerican researchers doing research in the field of sensors and their applications. The official languages are Spanish, Portuguese and English.

These conference series have already been successfully carried out in eight occasions: La Habana, Cuba (1998), Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000), Lima, Perú (2002), Puebla, México (2004), Montevideo, Uruguay (2006), Sao Paulo, Brasil (2008), Lisboa, Portugal (2010) and San Jose, Puerto Rico (2012). Steady progress and growth of these meetings has contributed to promote the potential of our community countries in this field, which constitutes one of the most significant and fast developing scientific activities on a worldwide scale.

This conference focus a variety of areas ranged from physics and chemistry to engineering of materials, devices and (bio)sensors. In addition, it covers sessions on Key Enabling Technologies (KETs), such as nanotechnology, micro- and nanoelectronics including semiconductors, advanced materials, biotechnology and photonics. Microsystems, Intelligent sensors & Wireless networks, Signal conditioning and Instrumentation as well as Applied signal-and Image processing, MEMS and actuators and micro-power generation is also included.

This IBERSENSOR 2014 conference will include sessions dedicated to Environmental, Health and & biomedical , Industrial, Agro and food sector, applications.

Save IBERSENSOR2014 dates in your diaries and we look forward to meeting you in Colombia for what promises to be a truly memorable event.

Bogota is a large city with more than 7.6 million of inhabitants. It is located 2600 meters over the sea level and surrounded by beautiful Andes Mountains, providing a special and unique environment. It has a wonderful combination of colonial and modern architecture; large parks and industrial zones; and a variety of places to visit, eat, party, enjoy of life music, theater, dance, and almost any kind of activity that you may imagine. All this integrated by the friendship and kindness of its people.

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