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Flexible electronics: materials and applications

vol. 11 of the book series: Electronic Materials: Science & Technology







Activity-based advertising: techniques and challenges

Pervasive Advertising 2009

11 May 2009








CoScribe: integrating paper with digital documents for collaborative learning

IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies

July 2009


Wafer level packaging with soldered stress engineered micro-springs

IEEE Transactions on Advanced Packaging

May 2009



Collaborative paper-based annotation of lecture slides

Educational Technology & Society Journal

April 2009


Inside events in progress

Imperfective Form and Imperfective Meaning, Yale University

10 April 2009


Enzymatic assays for fragment-based screening using enthalpy arrays

Drug Discovery Chemistry: Fragment-based Techniques

6 April 2009












Cases of online learning communities in a large enterprise

Social Mediating Technologies Workshop at CHI 2009

4 April 2009




TBL-improved non-deterministic segmentation and POS tagging for a Chinese parser

12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics

30 March 2009





Beyond the logical form of action sentences

Tenth Semantics Fest 2009

13 March 2009


Holding on and letting go: facts, counterfactuals and before

Tenth Semantics Fest 2009

13 March 2009


Transient drain current of polymer transistors

Journal of Applied Physics

11 March 2009


Extended paths

Spatial Relations: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

7 March 2009



Isolines: efficient spatio-temporal data aggregation in sensor networks

Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing

March 2009




Web-based inference detection [video]

watch video online

February 2009


Carbon-neutral liquid fuel from sunlight, air, and water

Gordon Research Conference on Renewable Energy: Solar Fuels

1 February 2009





Silver-clad nitride semiconductor laser diode

Applied Physics Letters

26 January 2009






Low cost large scale water filtration

Sustainable Urban Development Workshop

9 January 2009



Defect identification in large area electronic backplanes

IEEE Journal of Display Technology

January 2009


Situation modeling layer

Computers in the Human Interaction Loop (book), edited by Alex Waibel, Rainer Stiefelhagen



Learning situation models in a smart home

IEEE Transaction on Systems, Man, Cybernetics; special issue on Human-Centered Computing

February 2009


Television is dead. Long live television!

Afterword in Social Interactive Television



Self-stabilization in amorphous silicon circuits

IEEE Electron Device Letters

January 2009



Human evaluation of a German surface realisation ranker

12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association of Computational Linguistics

1 January 2009


Integrating renewable energy into the power grid (presentation only)

Sustainable Urban Management Workshop (NASA Ames Research Center)

1 January 2009



Non-interactive key establishment in wireless mesh networks

Security in Wireless Mesh Networks



The work of the work order: document practice in face-to-face service encounters

Organization, Interaction and Practice

31 December 2008




Whatever: free choice and uncertainty

Talk at Stanford University, 2008 December 18

18 December 2008


Cross-media linking and tagging support for learning groups

2008 IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia

December 2008


Turning a laboratory concept into a field-ready prototype

10 December 2008

The U.S. Army had achieved the ability to detect bioagents in lab fluids -- but doing so in dispersed water samples in the field involved greater challenges.






The interplay of materials in printed electronics

MRS Fall 2008 Meeting

1 December 2008








Computing textual inferences

Invited talk at Georgetown University

31 October 2008


Detecting reviewer bias through Web-based association mining

WICOW 2008: Workshop on Information Credibility on the Web

30 October 2008


Free relatives with -ever: free choice and uncertainty

University of Maryland, invited talk

30 October 2008



Capacity of wireless ad-hoc networks under multipacket transmission and reception

42nd Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers

26 October 2008


A closer look at the physical and protocol models for wireless ad hoc networks with multi-packet reception

42nd Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers

26 October 2008


Reflectivity of disordered silicon nanowires

Applied Physics Letters

21 October 2008


Entity-based collaboration tools for intelligence analysis

IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology

19 October 2008





A unified information criterion for evaluating probe and test selection

International Conference on Prognostics and Health Management

6 October 2008


Indium incorporation on c-plane and m-plane InGaN surfaces

International Workshop on Nitride Semiconductors; 2008 October

6 October 2008


Model-based diagnosis

Tutorial at PHM08

6 October 2008


Standardizing research methods for prognostics

International Conference on Prognostics and Health Management 2008

6 October 2008


Testable commitments

ACM StorageSS 2008

1 October 2008





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