Event Title

P-02 A Three-Dimensional Convolutional Neural Network for ECL Sensor Analysis

Location

Buller Hall, Student Lounge

Start Date

3-11-2022 1:30 PM

End Date

3-11-2022 3:30 PM

Department

Computing

Description

Sensor technology has the potential to revolutionize fields ranging from biofuel manufacturing to Healthcare. One major innovation in the sensor field is Electrochemiluminescent (ECL) sensors, which have low background noise, allowing for ultra-sensitivity. ECL sensors are also cost-effective as they require less instrumentation for voltage delivery and provide measurements in a matter of seconds. Traditionally, calibration curves with a predetermined feature are used for some sensors to infer the concentration based on the reading. However, this method leads to variations between sensors that would require recalibration. This project seeks to use Machine Learning to interpret the sensor data, allowing generalization across sensor differences.

Acknowledgments

Advisors: Rodney Summerscales, Computing and Hyun Kwon, Engineering

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Mar 11th, 1:30 PM Mar 11th, 3:30 PM

P-02 A Three-Dimensional Convolutional Neural Network for ECL Sensor Analysis

Buller Hall, Student Lounge

Sensor technology has the potential to revolutionize fields ranging from biofuel manufacturing to Healthcare. One major innovation in the sensor field is Electrochemiluminescent (ECL) sensors, which have low background noise, allowing for ultra-sensitivity. ECL sensors are also cost-effective as they require less instrumentation for voltage delivery and provide measurements in a matter of seconds. Traditionally, calibration curves with a predetermined feature are used for some sensors to infer the concentration based on the reading. However, this method leads to variations between sensors that would require recalibration. This project seeks to use Machine Learning to interpret the sensor data, allowing generalization across sensor differences.