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1-Jan-2017Fabrication and interfacial characteristics of surface modified Ag nanoparticle based conductive compositesWu, Y; Liao, LD; Pan, HC; He, L; Lin, CT; Tan, MC
1-Jan-2014A novel 16-channel wireless system for electroencephalography measurements with dry spring-loaded sensorsLiao, LD; Wu, SL; Liou, CH; Lu, SW; Chen, SA; Chen, SF; Ko, LW; Lin, CT
10-Nov-2011Quantification and recognition of parkinsonian gait from monocular video imaging using kernel-based principal component analysisChen, SW; Lin, SH; Liao, LD; Lai, HY; Pei, YC; Kuo, TS; Lin, CT; Chang, JY; Chen, YY; Lo, YC; Chen, SY; Wu, R; Tsang, S
9-Apr-2012Functional photoacoustic micro-imaging of rat cerebral hemodynamic response function in single vessels during forepaw electrical stimulationLiao, LD; Chen, YY; Lin, CT; Chang, JY; Li, ML
13-May-2012Biosensor technologies for augmented brain-computer interfaces in the next decadesLiao, LD; Lin, CT; McDowell, K; Wickenden, AE; Gramann, K; Jung, TP; Ko, LW; Chang, JY
1-Jan-2014Design, fabrication, and experimental validation of novel flexible silicon-based dry sensors for electroencephalography signal measurementsYu, YH; Lu, SW; Liao, LD; Lin, CT
5-May-2011Functional transcranial photoacoustic micro-imaging of mouse cerebrovascular cross-section and hemoglobin oxygenation changes during forepaw electrical stimulationLiao, LD; Chen, YY; Lin, CT; Chang, JY; Li, ML
21-Jul-2011A new design of the multi-channels mobile and wireless EEG systemLin, CT; Wang, WR; Wang, IJ; Liao, LD; Chen, SF; Tseng, K; Ko, LW
28-May-2013Functional photoacoustic micro-imaging of cerebral hemodynamic changes in single blood vessels after photo-induced brain strokeLiao, LD; Chen, YY; Lin, CT; Li, ML
14-Dec-2012Design of the multi-channel electroencephalography-based brain-computer interface with novel dry sensorsWu, SL; Liao, LD; Liou, CH; Chen, SA; Ko, LW; Chen, BW; Wang, PS; Chen, SF; Lin, CT
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