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Professor Edward T. Zellers
Department of Environmental Health Sciences
University of Michigan

 Prof. Zellers has been involved in research on chemical microsensors and micro-instrumentation for volatile organic compounds for over 35 years, with particular interests in the design and physicochemical characterization of devices, materials, and systems related to the capture, preconcentration, separation, and sensing of multi-vapor mixtures of interest in occupational and environmental health sciences. He has published >130 articles and has several patents concerned with miniaturized and microfabricated devices and instrumentation for near-real-time monitoring of air contaminants.  He joined the faculty at the University of Michigan in 1987 and is currently appointed as a Professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences and in the Department of Chemistry.  From 2000-2016, he was the Leader of the Environmental Sensors and Systems Thrust in the Michigan Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS2). 
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