Journal Articles (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
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- 3Ali Jazayeri
- 3De Zanche, Nicola
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- 5electrochemical anodization
- 3distributed ledger technology
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A teleoperation system consists of a teleoperator, a human operator, and a remote environment. Conditions involving system and controller parameters that ensure the teleoperator passivity can serve as control design guidelines to attain maximum teleoperation transparency while maintaining system...
100-Fold Improvement in Carrier Drift Mobilities in Alkanephosphonate-Passivated Monocrystalline TiO2 Nanowire ArraysDownload
Single crystal rutile titania nanowires grown by solvothermal synthesis are actively being researched for use as electron transporting scaffolds in perovskite solar cells, in low detection limit ultraviolet photodetectors, in photoelectrochemical water-splitting, and in chemiresistive and...
In this letter, a compact substrate-integrated waveguide (SIW) notched-septum polarizer is designed, manufactured, and tested. Metalized slots are used instead of vias in proximity to the notches to improve polarization purity. An impedance matching bandwidth of 7.9% at 29 GHz and transmission...
Since the advent of distributed ledger technologies, they have provided diverse opportunities in a wide range of application domains. This article brings a comprehensive review of the fundamentals of distributed ledger and its variants. Analyzing 185 publications, ranging from academic journals...
A Multilateral Impedance-Controlled System for Haptics-Enabled Surgical Training and Cooperation in Beating-Heart SurgeryDownload
In this paper, an impedance-controlled multi-master/single-slave telerobotic system is developed for haptics-enabled surgical training and cooperation in beating-heart surgery. This system not only can enable automatically motion compensation for the beating heart’s motion as well as...
In this study, a loss-compensated microwave (MW) planar sensor is used to characterize ﬂuids at ~1 GHz. The environmental temperature is shown to adversely impact the recorded resonance frequency of the MW sensor, leading to data mixing. This issue is resolved using a feedforward artiﬁcial neural...
Stability of a bilateral teleoperation system may be jeopardized by controller discretization, which has been shown to involve energy leaks. This paper proposes a novel approach to analyzing the absolute stability of sampled-data bilateral teleoperation systems consisting of discrete-time...
All-solid-state formation of titania nanotube arrays and their application in photoelectrochemical water splittingDownload
The present work demonstrates for the first time the facile fabrication of TiO2 nanotube arrays (TNTAs) by a fluoride-free solid-state anodization process using LiClO4 containing solid polymeric electrolyte. The resulting nanotubes were tested for photoelectrochemical water splitting. The...
Vertically-oriented, self-organized TiO2 nanotube arrays (TNAs) are a highly ordered n-type semiconducting nanoarchitecture with a wide range of potential applications. We generated low energy surfaces repellent to a broad spectrum of liquids by functionalizing TNAs using monolayers of two...