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Intelligent Sensing and Wearable Devices

Wearable and intelligent sensing devices have attracted great interest due to their promising prospects in future life and medical health. Their unique advantages in monitoring motion and continuous non-invasive monitoring of pressure, tensile strain, bending, light, temperature, humidity, magnetic field, dynamic biological fluids have been well demonstrated.

Guest Editors:
Prof. Jianfeng Zang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China
Prof. Chuanfei Guo, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
Prof. Xi Zhang, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China
Associate Prof. Bo Wen, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China

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Jiahui Xu; Minghao Wang; Minyi Jin; Siyan Shang; Chuner Ni; Yili Hu; Xun Sun; Jun Xu; Bowen Ji; Le Li; Yuhua Cheng; Gaofeng Wang
A. Arivarasi; D. Thiripurasundari; A. Arockia Selvakumar; Bhuvan Kumaar; T. Aghil; S. Rahul; Ramani Kannan
Yuanming Ye; Haochao Wang; Yanqiu Tian; Kunpeng Gao; Minghao Wang; Xuanqi Wang; Zekai Liang; Xiaoli You; Shan Gao; Dian Shao; Bowen Ji
Meng Cui; Xiaohui Wang; Ziang Quan; Bing Xu; Di Gao
Xi Zhang; Junchi Ma; Wenhao Huang; Jichen Zhang; Chaoyang Lyu; Yu Zhang; Bo Wen; Xin Wang; Jing Ye; Dongfeng Diao
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