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Papers in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems

(Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems papers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, A

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Papers 1 - 20 of 373 in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems, A
  1. A 0.5 &#x003BC;V<sub>rms</sub>, 12 &#x003BC;W wirelessly powered patch type fabric sensor is presented for wearable body sensor network to continuously monitor personal bioelectric signals. Thick film electrodes are screen printed on the fabric with…
  2. We propose a 2D displacement control system with sub-nanometric repeatability on position over the millimetre travel range on both axes. It could be useful for nanofabrication processes or other applications related to the nanotechnology community.…
  3. A 45 nm logic technology is described that for the first time incorporates high-k + metal gate transistors in a high volume manufacturing process. The transistors feature 1.0 nm EOT high-k gate dielectric, dual band edge workfunction metal gates and…
  4. Recent research in prosthetic hands aims at developing innovative cybernetic systems able to allow users to feel an artificial hand as part of their bodies by providing the tactile sensation of a natural hand. Such prostheses must be endowed with…
  5. We report on a micromachined silicon chip that is capable of providing a high-throughput functional assay based on calorimetry. A prototype twin microcalorimeter based on the Seebeck effect has been fabricated by using IC technology process steps in…
  6. MEMS devices are manufactured using similar microfabrication techniques as those used to create integrated circuits. They often, however, have moving components that allow physical or analytical functions to be performed by the device. Although…
  7. Wepresent quantitative and qualitative detection of analyte vapors using a microfabricated silicon cantilever array. To observe transduction of physical and chemical processes into nanomechanical motion of the cantilever, swelling of a polymer layer…
  8. One way to describe anomalies is by saying that anomalies are not concentrated. This leads to the problem of finding level sets for the data generating density. We interpret this learning problem as a binary classification problem and compare the…
  9. Cellular immunity has an inherent high level of functional heterogeneity. Capturing the full spectrum of these functions requires analysis of large numbers of effector molecules from single cells. We report a microfluidic platform designed for…
  10. An integrated field-effect device for fully electronic deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) detection was realized in a standard CMOS process. The device is composed of a floating-gate MOS transistor, a control-capacitor acting as integrated…
  11. The study of the dielectric properties of micrometer- or nanometer-scale particles is of particular interest in present-day applications of biomedical engineering. Electrokinetics utilises electrically energised microelectrode structures within…
  12. We present a high-dimensional model of the representational space in human ventral temporal (VT) cortex in which dimensions are response-tuning functions that are common across individuals and patterns of response are modeled as weighted sums of…
  13. We demonstrate a novel polarization splitter based on a two-dimensional grating etched in a silicon-on-insulator waveguide. The device couples orthogonal modes from a single-mode optical fiber into identical modes of two planar ridge waveguides. The…
  14. The adsorption kinetics of three model proteins—human serum albumin, fibrinogen and hemoglobin—has been measured and compared using three different experimental techniques: optical waveguide lightmode spectroscopy (OWLS), ellipsometry (ELM) and…
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