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1 Ziegenfuss, DonnaA Busy Professor's Guide to Sanely Flipping Your ClassroomThe Flipped Classroom has become a popular teaching method. Students watch video lectures before class, saving class time for active learning (problem solving, demonstrations, applications, etc.). This paper is a useful guide for busy professors who would like to try out the flipped classroom approa...flipped classroom; inverted classroom; engineering education; teaching electromagnetics; assessment pedagogy2019
2 Venkatesh, SureshW-band sparse synthetic aperture for computational imagingWe present a sparse synthetic-aperture, active imaging system at W-band (75 - 110 GHz), which uses sub-harmonic mixer modules. The system employs mechanical scanning of the receiver module position, and a fixed transmitter module. A vector network analyzer provides the back end detec...2016-04-08
3 Khan, Faisal HabibMagnetic stimulation of mammalian peripheral nerves in vivo: An alternative to functional electrical stimulationFunctional electrical stimulation is the current gold standard for stimulating neuronal interfaces for functional neuromuscular and cortical applications, but it is not without its drawbacks. One such fault is the need to have direct electrical contact with the nerve tissue, and any side effect...2014-01-01
4 Furse, Cynthia M.Non-destructive fault location on aging aircraft wiring networks, Part 2- live wires in flightAging aircraft wiring has been identified as an area of critical national concern. As the system ages, the wires become brittle and crack, break, or develop short circuits. Short circuits, in particular, have been implicated in a variety of smoke incidents, in-flight fires, and crashes. Some of thes...2003-01-01
5 Stevens, KennethAn A-FPGA architecture for relative timing based asynchronous designsThis paper presents an asynchronous FPGA architecture that is capable of implementing relative timing based asynchronous designs. The architecture uses the Xilinx 7-Series architecture as a starting point and proposes modifications that would make it asynchronous design capable while keeping it full...2014-01-01
6 Simpson, Jamesina J.Introducing a new method for FDTD modeling of electromagnetic wave propagation in magnetized plasmaComputational investigations of electromagnetic wave propagation in the upper atmosphere are important for studying space weather hazards, such as geomagnetically induced currents (GICs). GICs are currents generated in gas/oil pipelines, railroads, and electric power networks due to solar storms and...2014-01-01
7 Khan, Faisal HabibReliability analysis and performance degradation of a boost converterIn general, power converters are operated in closed-loop systems, and any characteristic variations in one component will simultaneously alter the operating point of other components, resulting in a shift in overall reliability profile. This interdependence makes the reliability of a converter a com...2014-01-01
8 Simpson, Jamesina J.Super-enhanced optical energy concentration through a subwavelength aperture using a photonic nanojetOptical transmission through resonant subwavelength apertures in optically thick metal films have received an explosion of interest for their ability to overcome the diffraction limit of light and concentrate light efficiently into a subwavelength volume. This achievement has attracted the use of su...2014-01-01
9 Simpson, Jamesina J.An efficient stochastic approach to uncertainty quantification in 3-D FDTD magnetized cold plasmaAn efficient stochastic finite-difference time-domain (S-FDTD) method is developed to analyze electromagnetic field variability in three dimensional anisotropic magnetized plasma. The new S-FDTD plasma model provides a full understanding of the true physics due to the associated uncertainties and ha...2014-01-01
10 Blair, StevenImplantable glass optrodes for deep-tissue light delivery3D needle-type glass waveguide arrays were developed as potentially compact neural interfaces for light delivery in deep-tissue. As much as 90% of input light is transmitted via a single optrode to depths >1mm in tissue. Light emission profiles from the optrode tips into tissue can exhibit beam widt...2014-01-01
11 Myers, Chris J.LEMA: A tool for the formal verification of digitally-intensive analog/mixed-signal circuitsThe increasing integration of analog/mixed-signal (AMS) circuits into system designs has further complicated an already difficult verification problem. Recently, formal verification, which has been successful in the purely digital domain, has made some in-roads in the AMS domain. This paper describe...2014-01-01
12 Furse, Cynthia M.Scaling the response of nanocrescent antennas into the ultravioletWe investigate the scaling of nanocrescent antennas for applications at UV wavelengths. These antennas have been extensively studied at infrared wavelengths due to their relative ease of fabrication [1] and tunability [2] via nanosphere template lithography. Their response at UV wavelengths, however...2014-01-01
13 Furse, Cynthia M.A tutorial on Stochastic FDTDThe Stochastic FDTD (S-FDTD) method provides a way to determine the mean and variance of the electric and magnetic fields in a model where the electrical properties (conductivity and permittivity) vary stochastically, from a single S-FDTD simulation. This method is a realistic and more efficient alt...2014-01-01
14 Furse, Cynthia M.Learning to teach in the flipped classroomThe flipped classroom has gained tremendous recent popularity. This paper reports on a new faculty training program for helping and mentoring faculty to learn to teach with the flipped classroom. Several modules were piloted in 2013-2014, including active teaching, how to create video lectures, cont...2014-01-01
15 Furse, Cynthia M.A history & future of implantable antennasImplantable antennas have been used for communication with medical implants for decades. This paper traces their roots from early transcutaneous inductively coupled devices to the microstrip and wire antennas in use today. A suggestion for where this technology may go in the future as medical device...2014-01-01
16 Furse, Cynthia M.Analysis of electromagnetic field variability in magnetized ionosphere plasma using the stochastic FDTD methodA stochastic finite-difference time-domain (S-FDTD) algorithm is presented for electromagnetic wave propagation in anisotropic magnetized plasma. This new algorithm efficiently calculates in a single simulation not only the mean electromagnetic field values, but also their variance as caused by the ...2014-01-01
17 Simpson, Jamesina J.Three-dimensional subwavelength confinement of a photonic nanojet using a plasmonic nano-antenna GAPUsing 3-D finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) modeling, a microsphere-generating nanojet and gold nanoantenna gap are optimized to achieve 3-D nanojet confinement to a subwavelength volume of about 0.009 μm3 (wherein the edges of the volume are defined at 1/e2 of the maximum electric-field intensi...2014-01-01
18 Mathews, V. JohnNeural decoding using a nonlinear generative model for brain-computer interfaceKalman filters have been used to decode neural signals and estimate hand kinematics in many studies. However, most prior work assumes a linear system model, an assumption that is almost certainly violated by neural systems. In this paper, we show that adding nonlinearities to the decoding algorithm ...2014-01-01
19 Rieth, Loren WTiO2-WO3 composite nanotubes from co-sputtered thin films on si substrate for enhanced photoelectrochemical water splittingElectrochemical anodization of a Ti-W nano-composite thin films deposited on a Si substrate by simultaneous magnetron sputtering of Ti and W resulted in the formation of TiO2-WO3 nanotubular arrays. A change in the morphology of TiO2-WO3 composite nanotubes with varying percentage of W in Ti-W compo...2014-01-01
20 Mathews, V. JohnEqualization of excursion and current-dependent nonlinearities in loudspeakersThis paper presents a novel equalizer for nonlinear distortions in direct-radiator loudspeakers in a closed cabinet by constructing an exact inverse of an electro-mechanical model of the loudspeaker. This exact inverse compensates for distortions introduced by excursion and current-dependent nonline...2014-01-01
21 Mathews, V. JohnA phase likelihood-based algorithm for blind identification of PSK signalsThis paper presents a phase likelihood-based method for automatically identifying different phase-shift keying (PSK) modulations. This method identifies the PSK signals as the hypothesis for which the likelihood function of phase difference between nearby samples of the received signal is the maximu...2014-01-01
22 Stevens, KennethModelling mixed 4phase pipelines: structures and patternsThis paper presents an exploration of the design space for homogeneous and mixed 4phase asynchronous linear pipelines. We extend previously published results by uncovering their complete ordered design space, demonstrate relationships between the latter's governing lattice structures, tabulating the...2014-01-01
23 Stevens, KennethAutomatic addition of reset in asynchronous sequential control circuitsAsynchronous finite state machines (AFSMs) usually require initialization to place them in a desired starting state. This normally occurs by toggling a reset signal upon power-up. This paper presents an algorithm to automatically generate power-up reset circuitry thus adding reset to an AFSM after t...2014-01-01
24 Mastrangelo, Carlos H.From chips to dust: the MEMS shatter secure chipThis paper presents the implementation of a transience mechanism for silicon microchips via low-temperature post-processing steps that transform almost any electronic, optical or MEMS substrate chips into transient ones. Transience is achieved without any hazardous or explosive materials. Triggered ...2014-01-01
25 Tasdizen, TolgaThree-dimensional alignment and merging of confocal microscopy stacksWe describe an efficient, robust, automated method for image alignment and merging of translated, rotated and flipped confocal microscopy stacks. The samples are captured in both directions (top and bottom) to increase the SNR of the individual slices. We identify the overlapping region of the two s...2013-01-01
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