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School of Electronics and Computer Science > Biomedical Electronics" and Year is 2021

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Prediction of Cerebral Palsy in newborns with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy using multivariate EEG analysis and machine learning - Dalal, Mohammed Bakheet, Noura, Meshaan Alotaibi, Daniel Konn, Brigitte Vollmer and Koushik Maharatna
Type: Article | 2021

Stationary electro-osmotic flow driven by ac fields around insulators - Víctor Calero, Raúl Fernández-Mateo, Hywel Morgan, Pablo García-Sánchez and Antonio Ramos
Type: Article | 2021

An effective PSR-based arrhythmia classifier using self-similarity analysis - Hanjie Chen, Saptarshi Das, John Morgan and Koushik Maharatna
Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

A new algorithm to reduce T-wave over-sensing based on phase space reconstruction in S-ICD system - Hanjie Chen, Benedict Wiles, Paul R. Roberts, John Morgan and Koushik Maharatna
Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2021

A Personal respirator to improve protection for healthcare workers treating COVID-19 (PeRSo) - Paul Elkington, Alexander Dickinson, Mark Mavrogordato, Daniel Spencer, Richard Gillams, Antonio De Grazia, Sebastian Rosini, Diana Garay Baquero, Laura Diment, Nitin Mahobia, Alexandra Mant, Tom Baynham and Hywel Morgan
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Stationary electro-osmotic flow driven by AC fields around charged dielectric spheres - Raúl Fernández-Mateo, Pablo García-Sánchez, Víctor Calero, Hywel Morgan and Antonio Ramos
Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Powered respirators are effective, sustainable, and cost-effective personal protective equipment for SARS-CoV-2 - Alasdair Munro, Jacqui Prieto, Emmanouil Mentzakis, Mohammed AM Mansour, Nitin Mahobia, Peter Baker, Sarah Herbert, Trevor Smith, Matthew Hine, Joann Hall, Angie McClarren, Mike Davidson, Julie Brooks, Jane Fisher, David Griffiths, Hywel Morgan, Corrado Giulietti, Saul Faust and Paul Elkington
Type: Article | 2021

Hardware architecture for real-time EEG-based functional brain connectivity parameter extraction - Rafael Angel Gutierrez Nuno, Chi Hang Raphael Chung and Koushik Maharatna
Type: Article | 2021

Integrated switching circuit for low-noise self-referenced mid-infrared absorption sensing using silicon waveguides - Yanli Qi, Zhexuan Zheng, Mehdi Banakar, Yangbo Wu, Anushka Gangnaik, David Rowe, Vinita Mittal, Jonathan Butement, James S Wilkinson, Goran Mashanovich and Miloš Nedeljković
Type: Article | 2021

Effects of lipid heterogeneity on model human brain lipid membranes - Sze May Yee, Sylvia E. McLain, Christian D. Lorenz and Richard Gillams
Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Metalens-based microfluidic sorter - Shengqi Yin, Nicolas Green and Xu Fang
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021

Metalens-based particle routing in continuous-flow micro-channels - Shengqi Yin, Fei He, Nicolas Green and Xu Fang
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021

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