Tactile Devices Trialed on Stroke Patients19th November 2010
'Phase 3' of the human evaluation of the haptic devices that we have been developing is now complete.
Sarah Cunningham evaluating the tactile devices on a participant with stroke.
The human evaluation section of this project had four phases; phases 1, 2 and 4 testing the devices on normal subjects, with phase 3 testing on partipicants with stroke.
The information and feedback that we have received from these trials has been invaluable in influencing the design of the devices, and has uncovered a wealth of information on the sensory perception of people following stroke.
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Energy Harvesting Book Chapter30th June 2010
My book chapter on "Wireless Devices and Sensor Networks," that I co-authored with Dr Alex Weddell and Dr Nick Harris has just been published! The book, titled "Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Systems", is published by Artech House, and edited by Professor Neil White and Dr Steve Beeby. The majority of my chapter is (at least currently) available to read on Google Books.
The chapters of the book are:
Wireless Devices and Sensor Networks
Photovoltaic Energy Harvesting
Elsevier Journal Paper "Highly Downloaded"8th October 2013
Today we were notified that our paper 'The impact of agricultural activities on water quality: A case for collaborative catchment-scale management using integrated wireless sensor networks' is the 12th most downloaded article in the Elsevier Journal on Computers and Electronics in Agriculture over the previous 90 days.
Edit: as of October 2013, the paper has received 482 views.
Edit: as of December 2013, the paper has received 791 views, and is the 16th most downloaded article in the Elsev... [more]