This Special Issue aims to track the recent advances in application-specific integrated circuits and systems for smart sensory applications among, but not limited to, the following emerging topics:
1.wearable systems capable to combine physical and chemical sensing of the body and environment.
2.self-powered autonomous systems, including miniaturized sensing fuel cells, for the recognition of chemical analytes.
3.smart swallowable pills for in-body diagnostic and drug delivery.
4.implantable devices for multiparametric physiological monitoring and for neural signal recording and tracking.
5.disposables smart devices, such as sensing tags for perishable goods.
6.hybrid sensors combining smart integrated circuits and low-cost large-area printed electronics.