Shantanu Chakrabartty
Shantanu Chakrabartty
Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
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Sub-microwatt analog VLSI trainable pattern classifier
S Chakrabartty, G Cauwenberghs
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 42 (5), 1169-1179, 2007
An inkjet-printed PEDOT: PSS-based stretchable conductor for wearable health monitoring device applications
LW Lo, J Zhao, H Wan, Y Wang, S Chakrabartty, C Wang
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 13 (18), 21693-21702, 2021
A multichannel femtoampere-sensitivity potentiostat array for biosensing applications
A Gore, S Chakrabartty, S Pal, EC Alocilja
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers 53 (11), 2357-2363, 2006
Fundamental building blocks for molecular biowire based forward error-correcting biosensors
Y Liu, S Chakrabartty, EC Alocilja
Nanotechnology 18 (42), 424017, 2007
An overview of statistical pattern recognition techniques for speaker verification
A Fazel, S Chakrabartty
IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine 11 (2), 62-81, 2011
Calibration and characterization of self-powered floating-gate usage monitor with single electron per second operational limit
C Huang, N Lajnef, S Chakrabartty
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers 57 (3), 556-567, 2009
Smart pavement monitoring system
N Lajnef, K Chatti, S Chakrabartty, M Rhimi, P Sarkar
United States. Federal Highway Administration, 2013
A comprehensive review of self-powered sensors in civil infrastructure: State-of-the-art and future research trends
H Salehi, R Burgueño, S Chakrabartty, N Lajnef, AH Alavi
Engineering Structures 234, 111963, 2021
Infrastructural health monitoring using self-powered internet-of-things
K Aono, N Lajnef, F Faridazar, S Chakrabartty
2016 IEEE international symposium on circuits and systems (ISCAS), 2058-2061, 2016
Robust cephalometric landmark identification using support vector machines
S Chakrabartty, M Yagi, T Shibata, G Cauwenberghs
2003 International Conference on Multimedia and Expo. ICME'03. Proceedings …, 2003
An asynchronous analog self-powered CMOS sensor-data-logger with a 13.56 MHz RF programming interface
C Huang, S Chakrabartty
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 47 (2), 476-489, 2011
Self-powered sensor
S Chakrabartty
US Patent 7,757,565, 2010
A piezo-powered floating-gate sensor array for long-term fatigue monitoring in biomechanical implants
N Lajnef, NG Elvin, S Chakrabartty
IEEE transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 2 (3), 164-172, 2008
A soft sponge sensor for multimodal sensing and distinguishing of pressure, strain, and temperature
LW Lo, J Zhao, H Wan, Y Wang, S Chakrabartty, C Wang
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 14 (7), 9570-9578, 2022
Rail-to-rail, linear hot-electron injection programming of floating-gate voltage bias generators at 13-bit resolution
C Huang, P Sarkar, S Chakrabartty
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 46 (11), 2685-2692, 2011
Spike sorting with support vector machines
RJ Vogelstein, K Murari, PH Thakur, C Diehl, S Chakrabartty, ...
The 26th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine …, 2004
Monitoring of postoperative bone healing using smart trauma-fixation device with integrated self-powered piezo-floating-gate sensors
W Borchani, K Aono, N Lajnef, S Chakrabartty
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 63 (7), 1463-1472, 2015
Stretchable sponge electrodes for long-term and motion-artifact-tolerant recording of high-quality electrophysiologic signals
LW Lo, J Zhao, K Aono, W Li, Z Wen, S Pizzella, Y Wang, S Chakrabartty, ...
ACS nano 16 (8), 11792-11801, 2022
Explosive sensing with insect-based biorobots
D Saha, D Mehta, E Altan, R Chandak, M Traner, R Lo, P Gupta, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics: X 6, 100050, 2020
A new approach for damage detection in asphalt concrete pavements using battery-free wireless sensors with non-constant injection rates
H Hasni, AH Alavi, P Jiao, N Lajnef, K Chatti, K Aono, S Chakrabartty
Measurement 110, 217-229, 2017
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