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Electrochemical Tunability In Glassy Carbon Microelectrodes For Neural Stimulation And Recording
Experimental characterization and numerical modeling of thermal and electrochemistry effects in 3D bionanoelectronics platform
Experimental investigation of organic MEMS based conductive polymer-metal composite
Fabrication Of Pixilated Architecture Large Panel Organic Flexible Solar Cell By Reducing Bulk Electrical Resistance
Fabrication and characterization of 3-D all polymer flexible solar cell
Fabrication and characterization of graphene based organic solar cells with optical cavities
Fabrication and characterization of spinal stimulation electrodes
Fabrication of Gold-Platinum and Gold-Carbon Hybrid Polyimide Spinal Cord Surface Electrodes for the Stimulation of Spinal Neurons
Fabrication of multi-layered, freestanding, SU-8 structures using a buried photoresist mask method
Fabrication of organic solar cells using sputtered indium tin oxide anode on flexible substrate
Finite element analysis of conductive and convective heat loss in a MEMS chemoresistive chemical sensor
Future growth of organic solar cells in the building integrated photovoltaic market
Geometric characterization and optimization of 3D organic flexible solar cells
Glassy carbon neural probes for cortical and spinal electrochemical and electrophysiological sensing and stimulation
In-vivo characterization of glassy carbon micro-electrode arrays for neural applications and histological analysis of the brain tissue
Increasing the efficiency of organic photovoltaics through the use of low band materials
Influence of Coriolis force on DNA molecule migration and hybridization in compact disk (CD) microfluidics platforms
Interface and impedance optimization of glassy carbon based ECoG neural probes
Investigating flexible microthermoelectric generator module for ultra-low-power medical system-on-a-chip application
Investigation of adhesion layer for hybrid metal and glassy-carbon (GC) microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)

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