3 February 2017 Front Matter: Volume 10036
Proceedings Volume 10036, Fourth Conference on Sensors, MEMS, and Electro-Optic Systems; 1003601 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2272843
Event: Fourth Conference on Sensors, MEMS and Electro-Optic Systems, 2016, Skukuza, Kruger National Park, South Africa
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B … 0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Abbott, Thomas, 10, 14

Adams, G., 10

Alves, Fabio, 1A

Axelevitch, A., 0U

Bauermeister, E., 10

Bezuidenhout, Petroné H., 0C, 0J, 0L, 0P, 0Q

Bhattacharyya, Somnath, 06, 07, 08

Blažek, Karel, 17

Boiyo, D. Kiboi, 0X

Bosscha, Peter, 0R

Botha, C., 08

Brink, C., 0I

Brůža, Petr, 17

Burger, J. P., 10

Chauhan, Dilip, 15

Chen, Li, 15

Churochkin, D., 06

Clasen, Estine, 0G

Coleman, Christopher, 07, 08

Conning, Mariette, 0C

de Souza, Alvaro, 07

Dudley, Angela, 0W

Dujardin, Christophe, 17

du Plessis, Monuko, 05, 0B, 0O

du Toit, Jurie, 0R

Fernandes, M., 08

Flahaut, Emmanuel, 07

Forbes, Andrew, 0V, 0W

Gamatham, R. R. G., 0X, 10

Ghoor, I. S., 0F

Gibbon, T. B., 0X, 10

Goss, Tristan M., 16

Griffith, Derek J., 11

Grobler, Michael, 0E, 0T, 0Y

Harea, D., 0U

Heuken, Michael, 17

Hilleringmann, Ulrich, 0A, 0K, 1B

Hospodková, Alice, 17

Hubáček, Tomáš, 17

Hulicius, Eduard, 17

Isingizwe Nturambirwe, J. Frédéric, 0N

Isoe, G. M., 0X

Jivan, Pritesh, 0Y

Joubert, Trudi-Heleen, 05, 0F, 0G, 0H, 0I, 0L, 0O, 0P, 0Q, 0R

Julie, Roufurd P. M., 14

Kaboko, J. J. M., 0T

Kapp, F., 10

Karar, A., 0E

Karunasiri, Gamani, 1A

Khomo, Malome T., 0M

Khorasani, S., 08

Korvink, Jan G., 0J

Kriel, H., 10

Kuldová, Karla, 17

Kumar, S., 0L

Kruger, Jené, 0Q

Laikhtman, A., 0U

Lambrechts, J. Wynand, 0Z, 13

Land, Kevin, 0C, 0F, 0G, 0J, 0L, 0P

Lavrov, Eduard V., 18

Ledoux, Gilles, 17

Leitch, A. W. R., 0X

Levendis, D., 08

Li, Lianhe, 15

Linfield, Edmund H., 15

Litvin, Igor, 0V

Mager, Dario, 0J

Magidimisha, Edwin, 11

Malan, J. A., 10

Manuel, Rodolfo Martínez, 0Y

Martinez, R. M., 0T

Mashazi, Philani, 0D

Mbanjwa, Mesuli, 0C

Meshalkin, A., 0U

Meyer, Johan, 0E

Meyers, Thorsten, 0A, 0K

Mkwakikunga, Bonex, 0R

Mtsuko, D., 06, 08

Naicker, Amy, 07

Naidoo, Darryl, 0V, 0W

Ncube, Siphephile, 07, 08

Nel, Nicolaas E., 0O

Ngoy, T. J., 0H

Nikl, Martin, 17

Nxele, Siphesihle Robin, 0D

Nyokong, Tebello, 0D

Okhai, Timothy A., 04

Opara, Umezuruike L., 0N

Oswald, Jiří, 17

Ozoemena, Kenneth, 0C

Pacherová, Oliva, 17

Palaniyandy, Nithyadharseni, 0C

Pánek, Dalibor, 17

Pangrác, Jiří, 17

Perera, A. G. Unil, 15

Perold, Willem J., 0N

Polleux, Jean-Luc, 03, 04

Sandrock, C., 08

Schmitz, Jurriaan, 02

Schoeman, Johan, 0B, 0L

Schönhoff, M., 1B

Shimaponda, M., 0T

Siebrits, R., 10

Sinha, Saurabh, 13

Smith, Suzanne, 0C, 0J

Snyman, Lukas W., 03, 04

Strydom, Andre, 07

Swan, William, 1A

Swart, P. C., 19

van Brakel, Adriaan, 0Y

van der Merwe, D. G., 09

Venter, Johan, 13

Vidor, Fábio F., 0A, 0K

Viljoen, Johan W., 12

Wiederoder, M., 0L

Willers, Cornelius J., 0S, 12, 16

Willers, Maria S., 0S

Xu, K., 03

Zheng, Haitao, 0C

Zíková, Markéta, 17

Conference Committee

Conference Chairs

  • Christo Schutte, Denel Dynamics (South Africa)

Conference Co-chairs

  • Monuko du Plessis, University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • Trudi-Heleen Joubert, University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • Philip Minnaar, Denel Dynamics (South Africa)

Program Committee

  • Monuko du Plessis, (Chair), University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • Somnath Bhattacharyya, University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)

  • Reinhardt Botha, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa)

  • Johan Burger, SKA Africa (South Africa)

  • Trudi-Heleen Joubert, University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • Dieter Mellet, Azoteq (South Africa)

  • Willem Perold, Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

  • Pieter Rademeyer, INSiAVA (South Africa)

  • Christo Schutte, Denel Dynamics (South Africa)

  • Lukas Snyman, University of South Africa (South Africa)

  • Hendrik Swart, University of the Free State (South Africa)

  • Robert van Zyl, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa)

  • Nelis Willers, Airbus DS Optronics (Pty) Ltd., (South Africa)

Editorial Committee

  • Monuko du Plessis, (Editor), University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • Somnath Bhattacharyya, University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)

  • Reinhardt Botha, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa)

  • Trudi-Heleen Joubert, University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • Dieter Mellet, Azoteq (South Africa)

  • Willem Perold, Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

  • Pieter Rademeyer, INSiAVA (South Africa)

  • Christo Schutte, Denel Dynamics (South Africa)

  • Lukas Snyman, University of South Africa (South Africa)

  • Hendrik Swart, University of the Free State (South Africa)

  • Robert van Zyl, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa)

  • Nelis Willers, Airbus DS Optronics (Pty) Ltd., (South Africa)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Silicon Optoelectronics

    Monuko du Plessis, University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • 2 Carbon Based Devices

    Somnath Bhattacharyya, University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)

  • 3 Integrated Sensor Microsystems

    Trudi-Heleen Joubert, University of Pretoria (South Africa)

  • 4 Biosensors

    Willem Perold, Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

  • 5 Sensor Read-out Electronics

    Philip Minnaar, Denel Dynamics (South Africa)

  • 6 Sensor Technology

    Dieter Mellet, Azoteq (South Africa)

  • 7 Laser Sources and Detector Technology

    Johan Burger, SKA Africa (South Africa)

  • 8 Sensors for IoT, Space and Remote Sensing Applications

    Robert van Zyl, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa)

  • 9 Semiconductor Sensors: Materials and Structures for IR Detection

    Reinhardt Botha, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa)

  • 10 Semiconductor Sensors: Materials and Structures for UV Detection

    Lukas Snyman, University of South Africa (South Africa)

  • 11 MEMS and Opto-mechanical Systems

    Nelis Willers, Airbus DS Optronics (Pty) Ltd. (South Africa)

Introduction

The Fourth South African Conference on Sensors, MEMS and Electro-Optical Systems (SMEOS 2016) was held 18– 20 September 2016, in Skukuza, the main rest camp in the Kruger National Park, South Africa, after a very successful first SMEOS 2009, second SMEOS 2011 and third SMEOS 2014. Sensors and Electro-Optical Systems are technologies with many applications worldwide, and are also identified as such by the South African government through the Departments of Science and Technology.

The aim of SMEOS 2016 was to provide a common forum for international researchers and developers to exchange information about their latest research findings, ideas, developments and applications in all areas pertaining to design, fabrication and application in the fields of interest to SMEOS 2016. This is a relatively small field of expertise in South Africa and working together with international colleagues is of the utmost importance.

Monuko du Plessis

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