Ivanka Stanimirović

Institute for Telecommunications and Electronics IRITEL

Dr. Ivanka Stanimirović has been involved in research and development work for the last 23 years. Currently, she is an associate research professor at Institute for Telecommunications and Electronics IRITEL a.d. Beograd. Dr. I. Stanimirović earned her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Republic of Serbia in 1999 and 2007, respectively. She has predominantly worked on various aspects of thick-film technology, especially low-frequency noise investigations in thick-resistive films. Over the years she has worked on several scientific projects funded by Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia and published more than 70 scientific manuscripts including 6 book chapters. She is the recipient of the IEEE Transactions on Components & Packaging Technologies best paper award. Her current research interests include micro- and nanoscale sensors and reliability issues in Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems.

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Temperature is the most often-measured environmental quantity and scientists are continuously improving ways of sensing it. To present their work in the field of temperature sensing, researchers from distant parts of the world have joined their efforts and contributed their ideas according to their interest and engagement. Their articles will give you the opportunity to understand concepts and uses of fiber-optic sensing technology. The optical fiber Mach-Zehnder interferometer for temperature sensing is presented, as well as the optical fiber-distributed temperature sensor and fiber Bragg grating-based sensor. You can learn about tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy and its various industrial applications. Last but not least, cutting temperature measurements during the machining of aluminum alloys provides us with an insight into the correlation between cutting conditions, mechanical strength of the aluminum alloy, and the cutting temperature measured using the tool-workpiece thermocouple system. The editors hope that the presented contributions will allow both professionals and readers not involved in the immediate field to understand and enjoy the topic.

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