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Papers in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems

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

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  1. The development of low-cost, reliable sensors will rely on devices capable of converting an analyte binding event to an easily read electrical signal. Organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) are ideal for inexpensive, single-use chemical or biological…
  2. We study the optical properties of subwavelength metallic waveguides made of nanoscale apertures in a metal. We develop analytical expressions for the fundamental optical modes in apertures. The results are in excellent agreement with finite element…
  3. Muscle fatigue is often a result of unhealthy work practice. It has been known for some time that there is a significant change in the spectrum of the electromyography (EMG) of the muscle when it is fatigued. Due to the very complex nature of this…
  4. The aim of X-ray tomography is to reconstruct an unknown physical body from a collection of projection images. When the projection images are only available from a limited angle of view, the reconstruction problem is a severely ill-posed inverse…
  5. Compressive sensing aims to recover a sparse or compressible signal froma small set of projections onto randomvectors; conventional so- lutions involve linear programming or greedy algorithms that can be computationally expensive. Moreover, these…
  6. In this paper, we discuss a design for a wearable electrocardiograph device constructed with small, low-powered "mote" sensors for use in wireless sensor networks. A wearable, wireless three-lead electrocardiograph sensor module is utilized and the…
  7. The difficulty of wetting rough porous surfaces is attributed to the large apparent contact angle between the liquid and the surface. Formulas are derived relating the apparent contact angles to the total areas of solid-liquid interface and of…
  8. Many microfluidic applications require modified surface wettability of the microchannels. Patterning of wettability within enclosed microfluidic structures at high spatial resolution has been challenging in the past. In this paper, we report an…
  9. The development of drugs for the control of tumor angiogenesis requires a simple, accurate, and economical assay for tumor-induced vascularization. We have adapted the orthotopic implantation model to angiogenesis measurement by using human tumors…
  10. We have imaged, in real time, fluorescent tumors growing and metastasizing in live mice. The whole-body optical imaging system is external and noninvasive. It affords unprecedented continuous visual monitoring of malignant growth and spread within…
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