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Praveen Sekhar
Praveen Sekhar
Washington State University Vancouver
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Carbon fiber doped thermosetting elastomer for flexible sensors: physical properties and microfabrication
A Khosla, S Shah, MDNI Shiblee, SH Mir, LA Nagahara, T Thundat, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 12313, 2018
2912018
Flexible antennas: A review
SG Kirtania, AW Elger, MR Hasan, A Wisniewska, K Sekhar, T Karacolak, ...
Micromachines 11 (9), 847, 2020
1722020
Au@ Cu 2 O core–shell nanoparticles as chemiresistors for gas sensor applications: effect of potential barrier modulation on the sensing performance
P Rai, R Khan, S Raj, SM Majhi, KK Park, YT Yu, IH Lee, PK Sekhar
Nanoscale 6 (1), 581-588, 2014
1642014
Titanium dioxide-supported non-precious metal oxygen reduction electrocatalyst
G Wu, MA Nelson, NH Mack, S Ma, P Sekhar, FH Garzon, P Zelenay
Chemical communications 46 (40), 7489-7491, 2010
1632010
Application of commercial automotive sensor manufacturing methods for NOx/NH3 mixed potential sensors for on-board emissions control
PK Sekhar, EL Brosha, R Mukundan, W Li, MA Nelson, P Palanisamy, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 144 (1), 112-119, 2010
1302010
A CPW-fed flexible UWB antenna for IoT applications
TK Saha, TN Knaus, A Khosla, PK Sekhar
Microsystem Technologies 28 (1), 5-11, 2022
912022
Chemical sensors for environmental monitoring and homeland security
PK Sekhar, EL Brosha, R Mukundan, F Garzon
The Electrochemical Society Interface 19 (4), 35, 2010
912010
Multi-walled carbon nanotubes decorated with silver nanoparticles for acetone gas sensing at room temperature
SJ Young, YH Liu, ZD Lin, K Ahmed, MDNI Shiblee, S Romanuik, ...
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 167 (16), 167519, 2020
902020
Ionic liquid-mediated sol–gel coatings for capillary microextraction
AM Shearrow, GA Harris, L Fang, PK Sekhar, LT Nguyen, EB Turner, ...
Journal of Chromatography A 1216 (29), 5449-5458, 2009
812009
Ion implantation based selective synthesis of silica nanowires on silicon wafers
DK Sood, PK Sekhar, S Bhansali
Applied Physics Letters 88 (14), 2006
762006
Selective growth of silica nanowires in silicon catalysed by Pt thin film
PK Sekhar, SN Sambandam, DK Sood, S Bhansali
Nanotechnology 17 (18), 4606, 2006
752006
Towards wearable sensor platforms for the electrochemical detection of cortisol
M Sekar, R Sriramprabha, PK Sekhar, S Bhansali, N Ponpandian, ...
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 167 (6), 067508, 2020
642020
Progressive measurement and monitoring for multi-resolution data in surface manufacturing considering spatial and cross correlations
S Suriano, H Wang, C Shao, SJ Hu, P Sekhar
Iie Transactions 47 (10), 1033-1052, 2015
592015
Development and testing of an electrochemical methane sensor
PK Sekhar, J Kysar, EL Brosha, CR Kreller
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 228, 162-167, 2016
562016
An electrochemical ammonia sensor on paper substrate
PK Sekhar, JS Kysar
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 164 (4), B113, 2017
542017
Trace detection and discrimination of explosives using electrochemical potentiometric gas sensors
PK Sekhar, EL Brosha, R Mukundan, KL Linker, C Brusseau, FH Garzon
Journal of hazardous materials 190 (1-3), 125-132, 2011
522011
Development and testing of a miniaturized hydrogen safety sensor prototype
PK Sekhar, EL Brosha, R Mukundan, MA Nelson, TL Williamson, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 148 (2), 469-477, 2010
502010
A compact monopole antenna for ultra‐wideband applications
TK Saha, C Goodbody, T Karacolak, PK Sekhar
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 61 (1), 182-186, 2019
492019
Voltammetric detection of cancer biomarkers exemplified by interleukin-10 and osteopontin with silica nanowires
NS Ramgir, A Zajac, PK Sekhar, LT Lee, TA Zhukov, S Bhansali
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (37), 13981-13987, 2007
452007
CPW-fed flexible ultra-wideband antenna for IoT applications
SG Kirtania, BA Younes, AR Hossain, T Karacolak, PK Sekhar
Micromachines 12 (4), 453, 2021
442021
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