Minister Thomas Schmidt and Prof. Michael Mertig Welcomed Experts for the First simul+ Expert Forum
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Today, the Saxon Minister of the Environment, Thomas Schmidt, together with Professor Michael Mertig, welcomed numerous guests at the Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik e. V. (KSI) in Meinsberg for the first simul+ expert forum on sensor technology. The institute's director, Prof. Mertig holds the Chair of Physical Chemistry, Measurement and Sensor Technology at TU Dresden, and is one of cfaed's Pricipal Investigators. The simul+ expert forum invited its guests to exchange views on current issues in environmental sensor technology and its use for better environmental protection.
More information: press release by Saxon State Ministry of the Environment and Agriculture (in German)