Index of Authors

Simões, E.W.

Computational Two-Dimensional Finite-Element Analysis of Flow Behavior Inside Microfluidic Amplifiers

Numerical Analysis of a Microfluidic Oscillator Flowmeter Operating with Gases or Liquids

Simoes, E.W.

The Numerical Simulation of a Substractive Process for the Fabrication of 3-D Low Temperature Co-Fired Ceramics Packaging Structures and Devices: Jet Vapor Etching

The Numerical Simulation of a Substractive Process for the Fabrication of 3-D Low Temperature Co-Fired Ceramics Packaging Structures and Devices: Jet Vapor Etching

Simon, D.

Nano cellulose crystallites: optical, photonic and electro-magnetic properties

Nano Crystalline Cellulosic Nematic monocrystals optical properties

Nano Crystalline Cellulose – Optical and Structural Properties by Molecular Dynamic Simulations

Photonic crystals with nanocelulose

Smectic structure of Nano Crystalline Cellulose Established by Large-Scale Parallel Molecular Dynamic Simulations

Simon, S.

A Novel Battery Architecture Based on Superhydrophobic Nanostructured Materials

Simonato, J-P

Innovative Gas Sensors for Sub-ppm Detection of Organophosphorus Nerve Agents by Chemically Functionalized Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistors

Simonato, J.-P.

Highly Flexible Transparent Thin Film Heaters based on Metallic Nanowires

Electrical Nerve Agents Sensors Based on Chemically Functionalized Nanomaterials

Simonato, J.P.

Record resistivity for in-situ grown horizontal carbon nanotubes interconnects

Simonsen, J.

DNA/Cellulose hybrid nanomaterials

Simpson, M.L.

Controlled Synthesis and Directed Assembly of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofibers for Functional Nanoscale Devices

Carbon Nanofiber-Based Electrode Interface to Microbial Biofilms

Nanoelectronic Devices Constructed Using Individual Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofibers

Electron Sources for Massively Parallel Electron Beam Lithography System using Single Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofiber Cathodes

Fabrication of Nanopipes using Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofiber Templates and their Properties