Browsing publications by Professor James Burdess

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Zhongxu Hu
Dr Barry Gallacher
Professor James Burdess
Stephen Bowles
Dr Harry Grigg
et al.
A systematic approach for precision electrostatic mode tuning of a MEMS gyroscope2014
Dr Zhongxu Hu
Dr Barry Gallacher
Professor James Burdess
A digital signal processing-based control system for a micro-electromechanical systems vibrating gyroscope with parametric amplification and force rebalance control2013
Richard Burnett
Dr Alun Harris
Dr Pedro Ortiz
Dr John Hedley
Professor James Burdess
et al.
Electronic Detection Strategies for a MEMS-Based Biosensor2013
Dr Pedro Ortiz
Richard Burnett
Dr Neil Keegan
Jane Spoors
Dr John Hedley
et al.
Issues associated with scaling up production of a lab demonstrated MEMS mass sensor2012
Dr Zhongxu Hu
Dr Barry Gallacher
Professor James Burdess
Precision mode matching of MEMS gyroscope by feedback control2011
Dr Barry Gallacher
Professor James Burdess
A high-sensitivity resonant sensor realised through theexploitation of nonlinear dynamic behaviour2011
Dr Sunilkumar Rana
Ivano Gregoratto
Pedro Ortiz Bahamon
Dr Alun Harris
Professor James Burdess
et al.
Accurate Surface-to-Bulk Feature Alignment and Feature Size Preservation During Double-Sided Wafer Processing Using C4F8 Plasma Polymer for the Fabrication of Electrostatically Actuated Cantilever Devices2010
Dr Pedro Ortiz
Dr Neil Keegan
Jane Spoors
Dr John Hedley
Dr Alun Harris
et al.
A Cancer Diagnostics Biosensor System Based on Micro- and Nano-technologies2009
Dr Sunilkumar Rana
Dr Pedro Ortiz
Dr Alun Harris
Professor James Burdess
Professor Calum McNeil
et al.
An electrostatically actuated cantilever device capable of accurately calibrating the cantilever on-chip for AFM-like applications2009
Dr Zhongxu Hu
Dr Barry Gallacher
Professor James Burdess
An experimental study of high gain parametric amplification in MEMS2009
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