ELECTRONIC SKIN RESEARCH PAPERS
Electronic skin replaces volunteer experiments
ABSTRACT –Neutral electrodes (grounding plates used in electrosurgical operations) were tested with thermo cameras in volunteers experiments. These experiments are difficult to perform and expensive. A new test device swaroTEST with a measuring board electronic
An Electronic Second Skin
PERSPECTIVES for germ cell development, and the sex of the germ cells must match that of the soma for proper gametogenesis to occur (2). A key question facing researchers is how the germ line coordinates signals from the soma with its own sex chromosome constitution
Skin bioimpedance-electronic views of malignancies
ABSTRACT Previous studies show significant EBI differences between normal healthy skin and various skin lesions. Subsequent reports indicate that multifrequency EBI can be used to differentiate between basal cell carcinoma and benign nevi with clinically relevant
Management of skin toxicities of anti-EGFR agents in patients with pancreatic cancer and other GI tumors by using electronic communication: effective and
Summary Erlotinib has been FDA approved to be used in combination with gemcitabine as the first line treatment in advanced pancreatic cancer patients. Skin rash has been documented as one of the commonest adverse reactions in patients receiving erlotinib
The initial experience of electronic brachytherapy for the treatment of non-melanoma skincancer
ABSTRACT Background: Millions of people are diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSC) worldwide each year. While surgical approaches are the standard treatment, some patients are appropriate candidates for radiation therapy for NMSC. High dose rate (HDR)
Background of electronic measurement on skin
In this paper, we have discussed several critical problems of electronic measurements on acupuncture system such as the size, shape, location and stability of acu-points and acu- meridians; the violent fluctuation of the measurement data; the holographic phenomena
ELECTRONIC SKIN-THE SENSE OF TOUCH
ABSTRACT This paper focuses on the Electronic skin (E-Skin) to build a skin work similar to that of the human skin and also it is embedded with several sensations or the sense of touch acting on the skin. This skin is already being stitched together. It consists of millions of
A large-area, flexible pressure sensor matrix with organic field-effect transistors for artificial skin applications
Despite this fact, relatively little progress has been made in the field of pressure recognition compared to the areas of sight and voice recognition, mainly because good artificial electronic skin with a large area and mechanical flexibility is not yet available.
Chemical and engineering approaches to enable organic field-effect transistors for electronic skin applications
Skin is the body's largest organ and is responsible for the transduction of a vast amount of information. This conformable material simultaneously collects signals from external stimuli that translate into information such as pressure, pain, and temperature. The development
Nanowire active-matrix circuitry for low-voltage macroscale artificial skin
Parallel arrays of inorganic nanowires have now been integrated into a flexible pressure-sensor array on a macroscopic scale. The sensor array operates at low voltage and acts as an artificial electronic skin, sensing pressure profiles with high spatial resolution.
Fully elastic interconnects on nanopatterned elastomeric substrates
IEEEABSTRACT Elastically stretchable metal interconnects are re- quired for electronic skin.
Distributed sensor networks as sensate skin
ABSTRACT We have designed and constructed a hardware test bed to explore the application of a dense, multi-modal, peer- twpeer sensor network as an electronic skin; a sen- sate lining that covers an object to sense, process, and coarsely classify local stimuli.
Conformable, flexible, large-area networks of pressure and thermal sensors with organic transistor active matrixes
Thus, it will be possible in the near future to make an electronic skin that has functions that human skin lacks by integrating various sensors not only for pressure and temperature, but also for light, humidity, strain, sound, or ultrasonic.
Stretchable interconnects for elastic electronic surfaces
Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. He is developing technology for flexible large-area electronics, electrotextiles, and elastic electronic skin. His research is focused on: i) flexible backplanes
Flexible electronics: Within touch of artificial skin
a, Illustration of the passive and active layers of the nanowire-based electronic skin. The development of an electronic skin is critical to the realization of artificial intelligence that comes into direct contact with humans, and to biomedical applications such as prosthetic skin.
Highly sensitive flexible pressure sensors with microstructured rubber dielectric layers
Flexible organic electronics could eventually be used to create electronic skin. The development of an electronic skin is critical to the realization of artificial intelligence that comes into direct contact with humans, and to biomedical applications such as prosthetic skin.
A curvy, stretchy future for electronics
Examples range from ultrathin, conformable health-monitoring tapes that seamlessly mount on the skin, electronic skin, to advanced imaging devices that use hemispherical detector layouts, electronic eyeball cameras. In these and other systems, mechanical design will be
Sensate media-multimodal electronic skins as dense sensor networks
capabilities of human skin. Lumelsky et al  strongly assert that the development of such electronic skin will spur theoretical advancements in a wide variety of fields, producing a research stimulus that ' will be comparable
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