microsensor workshop

Edaphic Scientific and Unisense will be hosting Professor Michael Kühl, University of Copenhagen, for a one-day workshop on microsensors.

Prof. Kühl is the world’s leading scientist in microsensor researcher who has been cited over 13,500 times and has published in the highest ranking journals such as Nature. This workshop is a rare and unique opportunity to spend time with Prof. Kühl to learn everything there is to know about microsensors.

The workshop will be held at the University of Melbourne, Parkville campus, on Friday, 9th November, from 9am to 5pm.

The microsensor workshop is free to attend but places are strictly limited so RSVP now to reserve a spot for you.


what do microsensors measure?

Microsensors are essential research tools for many scientists across many disciplines. The Unisense microsensors have been cited in 14 papers in Nature over the last couple of years.

The Unisense range of microsensors measure a range of analytes including: O2, pH, redox, H2S, N2O, NO, temperature, and more.

The microsensors can be used in the laboratory or in the field. Microsensors have been deployed in estuaries or on deep sea landers to measure at depths of 6000m.

Applications for the microsensors are numerous and include greenhouse gases, ocean acidification, biogeochemistry, biofilms, cell cultures, microbiology, respiration of organisms, tissues and cells, coral reef research, biomedical, blood and sputum samples, brains and guts of mice or beetles, and many more.


who should attend

The workshop is ideal for researchers and students who have any interest in measuring O2, pH, redox, H2S, N2O or NO.

We also encourage you to bring along your own samples for testing and measuring during the workshop’s practical session.


places are limited so reserve your place now:

RSVP Email: info(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)



The workshop will be presented by Professor Michael Kühl, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Prof. Kühl has a prolific publication record on a range of topics including biogeochemistry, algae and marine science, biofilms, biomedical research and more. His research has been published in all the leading journals, including Nature, with over 13,500 citations. View Prof. Kühl’s ResearchGate profile.



Cost of workshop: It is FREE!


When: Friday, 9th November, 9am to 5pm



Woodward Conference Centre, South Room,

University of Melbourne,

10th floor, Melbourne Law (Building 106),

185 Pelham St, Carlton, VIC, 3053


Catering will be provided on the day for morning tea and lunch. Please let us know if you have any dietary requests.


places are limited so reserve your place now:

Email: info(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)