Edited by leading experts in the field, this series covers current and emerging technologies with a focus on applications. Authored by academics, researchers, and professionals from around the globe, the content provides an in-depth discussion and analysis of research directions in sensors, circuits, electronics, telecommunications, photonics, nanotechnology, and electronics. Graduate students, researchers, and professionals with a broad interest in various electrical engineering topics will find this series of great value.
Laser-Based Optical Detection of Explosives
MRI Physics, Image Reconstruction, and Analysis
Nano-Semiconductors Devices and Technology
Radiation Effects in Semiconductors
By Ahmet Tekin, Ahmed Emira
April 16, 2018
High Frequency Communication and Sensing: Traveling-Wave Techniques introduces novel traveling wave circuit techniques to boost the performance of high-speed circuits in standard low-cost production technologies, like complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS). A valuable resource for ...
By Marta Bagatin, Simone Gerardin
November 03, 2015
Ionizing Radiation Effects in Electronics: From Memories to Imagers delivers comprehensive coverage of the effects of ionizing radiation on state-of-the-art semiconductor devices. The book also offers valuable insight into modern radiation-hardening techniques. The text begins by providing ...
By Paul M. Pellegrino, Ellen L. Holthoff, Mikella E. Farrell
September 28, 2017
Laser-Based Optical Detection of Explosives offers a comprehensive review of past, present, and emerging laser-based methods for the detection of a variety of explosives. This book: Considers laser propagation safety and explains standard test material preparation for standoff optical-based ...
By Angshul Majumdar, Rabab Kreidieh Ward
October 28, 2015
The field of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has developed rapidly over the past decade, benefiting greatly from the newly developed framework of compressed sensing and its ability to drastically reduce MRI scan times. MRI: Physics, Image Reconstruction, and Analysis presents the latest research ...
By Thomas Noulis
October 23, 2015
Mixed-Signal Circuits offers a thoroughly modern treatment of integrated circuit design in the context of mixed-signal applications. Featuring chapters authored by leading experts from industry and academia, this book: Discusses signal integrity and large-scale simulation, verification, and ...
By Walter Karlen
September 12, 2014
Efficient mobile systems that allow for vital sign monitoring and disease diagnosis at the point of care can help combat issues such as rising healthcare costs, treatment delays in remote and resource-poor areas, and the global shortage of skilled medical personnel. Covering everything from sensors...
By Krzysztof Iniewski
March 29, 2017
With contributions from top international experts from both industry and academia, Nano-Semiconductors: Devices and Technology is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in future nanofabrication technologies. Taking into account the semiconductor industry’s transition from standard CMOS ...
By Krzysztof Iniewski
August 19, 2010
Space applications, nuclear physics, military operations, medical imaging, and especially electronics (modern silicon processing) are obvious fields in which radiation damage can have serious consequences, i.e., degradation of MOS devices and circuits. Zeroing in on vital aspects of this broad and ...
By Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon
October 28, 2015
During the last three decades, reconfigurable logic has been growing steadily and can now be found in many different fields. Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are one of the most famous architecture families of reconfigurable devices. FPGAs can be seen as arrays of logic units that can be ...
By Artur Balasinski
October 12, 2017
Because of the continuous evolution of integrated circuit manufacturing (ICM) and design for manufacturability (DfM), most books on the subject are obsolete before they even go to press. That’s why the field requires a reference that takes the focus off of numbers and concentrates more on larger ...
By Kevin Yallup, Laura Basiricò
August 22, 2018
Sensor technologies and applications are evolving rapidly driven by the demand for new sensors for monitoring and diagnostic purposes to enable improvements in human health and safety. Simultaneously, sensors are required to consume less power, be autonomous, cost less, and be connected by the ...
By Jeffrey L. Hilbert
November 16, 2015
An Industry Perspective on Key Tunable Technologies and Applications Tunable RF Components and Circuits: Applications in Mobile Handsets provides a technical introduction to the state of the art in tunable radio frequency (RF) components, circuits, and applications and discusses the foundational ...