Sensor and Actuator Systems (SAS) conducts multidisciplinary research on all areas of transduction sciences from materials for sensors, and systems integration to cell free synthetic biology lab-on-a-chip detection and soft robots.
The research division also hosts the fabrication expertise and facilities, supporting all areas of our research including classical device microfabrication and modern fast prototyping of microfluidics and optics.
We are a horizontal association of scientists contributing to the progress of our field and providing innovative solutions for industry and society.
Sensor and Actuator Systems includes approximately 30 scientists and students divided into five research units:
- Applied Sensor Science
- Bionics and Transduction Science
- Biosensors and Bioelectronics
- Chemical Sensor Systems
- Optical Devices Laboratory
Diploma projects in Sensor and Actuator Systems
There are two diploma projects on offer suitable for final year engineering graduate students. Read more and apply here.