Items where College / School is "College of Science and Engineering > School of Engineering" and Year is 2016

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Escorcia Carranza, I. , Grant, J. , Gough, J. and Cumming, D. (2016) Terahertz Metamaterial Absorbers implemented in CMOS Technology for Imaging Applications: Scaling to 64x64 Focal Plane Array Formats. [Data Collection]

Escorcia Carranza, I. , Grant, J. , Gough, J. and Cumming, D. (2016) Uncooled CMOS terahertz imager using a metamaterial absorber and pn diode. [Data Collection]

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Hao, D., Kenney, M. G. and Cumming, D. (2016) Plasmonic Gold Nanodiscs using Piezoelectric Substrate Birefringence for Liquid Sensing. [Data Collection]

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Li, J., Kirkwood, R. A., Baker, L., Bosworth, D., Erotokritou, K., Banerjee, A., Heath, R., Natarajan, C., Barber, Z., Sorel, M. and Hadfield, R. (2016) Nano-optical single-photon response mapping of waveguide integrated molybdenum silicide (MoSi) superconducting nanowires. [Data Collection]

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McCay, A. (2016) Heat production measurements from Scottish granites. [Data Collection]

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Petev, M., Westerberg, N., Rubino, E., Moss, D., Couairon, A., Legare, F., Morandotti, R., Faccio, D. and Clerici, M. (2016) Phase-insensitive Scattering of Terahertz Radiation. [Data Collection]

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Rambach, R. W., Taiber, J., Scheck, C. M. L., Meyer, C., Reboud, J. , Cooper, J. and Franke, T. (2016) Visualization of surface acoustic waves in thin liquid films. [Data Collection]

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Shakoor, A. , Cheah, B., Hao, D., Al-Rawhani, M., NAGY, B., Grant, J. , Dale, C., Keegan, N., McNeil, C. and Cumming, D. (2016) Plasmonic sensor monolithically integrated with a CMOS photodiode. [Data Collection]

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Xu, G., Hang, Z., Cooper, J. and Reboud, J. (2016) Capillary-based multiplexed isothermal nucleic acid-based test for sexually transmitted diseases in patients. [Data Collection]

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