His primary scientific interests are in Electrical engineering, Biosensor, Wearable computer, Electronic engineering and Transmitter. Electrical engineering connects with themes related to Low-power electronics in his study. Patrick P. Mercier interconnects Signal and Biomedical engineering in the investigation of issues within Biosensor.
His work carried out in the field of Wearable computer brings together such families of science as Computer hardware and Electronics. His research in Electronic engineering is mostly focused on CMOS. His Transmitter study incorporates themes from Analogue electronics, Impedance matching, Chipset and Inductance.
His primary areas of study are Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Voltage, Wireless and CMOS. His study in Capacitor, Transmitter, Inductor, Converters and Switched capacitor falls under the purview of Electrical engineering. In his study, Rectifier is inextricably linked to Electromagnetic coil, which falls within the broad field of Electronic engineering.
The Voltage study combines topics in areas such as Generator, Envelope detector, Topology and Energy conversion efficiency. His Wireless study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computer hardware, Compensation and Transceiver. His CMOS research includes elements of Amplifier and Pulse shaping.
Patrick P. Mercier mainly focuses on Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Voltage-controlled oscillator, Phase-locked loop and Voltage. The concepts of his Electrical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Battery and Wireless. His Battery study combines topics in areas such as Converters and Wearable technology, Smartwatch, Wearable computer, Fitness Trackers.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radio frequency and Amplifier. His Electronic engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Frequency-shift keying, Interference and Sensitivity. He combines subjects such as Noise shaping and Topology with his study of Voltage-controlled oscillator.
His main research concerns Electrical engineering, Phase-locked loop, Voltage, Battery and Voltage-controlled oscillator. He merges many fields, such as Electrical engineering and Image response, in his writings. His studies deal with areas such as Sampling, Phase detector, Figure of merit and Electronic engineering, Bandwidth as well as Phase-locked loop.
Patrick P. Mercier has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Demodulation, Frequency-shift keying, Modulation and Spectral efficiency. His Battery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wearable technology, Smartwatch, Wearable computer, Fitness Trackers and Switched capacitor. His Voltage-controlled oscillator research incorporates themes from Resistor, Phase noise and NarrowBand IOT.
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A wearable chemical-electrophysiological hybrid biosensing system for real-time health and fitness monitoring
Somayeh Imani;Amay J. Bandodkar;A. M. Vinu Mohan;Rajan Kumar.
Nature Communications (2016)
Noninvasive Alcohol Monitoring Using a Wearable Tattoo-Based Iontophoretic-Biosensing System
Jayoung Kim;Itthipon Jeerapan;Somayeh Imani;Thomas N. Cho.
ACS Sensors (2016)
Wearable salivary uric acid mouthguard biosensor with integrated wireless electronics
Jayoung Kim;Somayeh Imani;William R. de Araujo;William R. de Araujo;Julian Warchall.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2015)
Non-invasive mouthguard biosensor for continuous salivary monitoring of metabolites.
Jayoung Kim;Gabriela Valdés-Ramírez;Amay J. Bandodkar;Wenzhao Jia.
Energy extraction from the biologic battery in the inner ear
Patrick P Mercier;Andrew C Lysaght;Andrew C Lysaght;Saurav Bandyopadhyay;Anantha P Chandrakasan.
Nature Biotechnology (2012)
Soft, stretchable, high power density electronic skin-based biofuel cells for scavenging energy from human sweat
Amay J. Bandodkar;Jung-Min You;Nam-Heon Kim;Yue Gu.
Energy and Environmental Science (2017)
A pulsed UWB receiver SoC for insect motion control
D.C. Daly;P.P. Mercier;M. Bhardwaj;A.L. Stone.
international solid-state circuits conference (2009)
Simultaneous Monitoring of Sweat and Interstitial Fluid Using a Single Wearable Biosensor Platform.
Jayoung Kim;Juliane R. Sempionatto;Somayeh Imani;Martin C. Hartel.
Advanced Science (2018)
An Energy-Efficient All-Digital UWB Transmitter Employing Dual Capacitively-Coupled Pulse-Shaping Drivers
P.P. Mercier;D.C. Daly;A.P. Chandrakasan.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2009)
23.2 A 1.1nW energy harvesting system with 544pW quiescent power for next-generation implants
Saurav Bandyopadhyay;Patrick P. Mercier;Andrew C. Lysaght;Konstantina M. Stankovic.
international solid-state circuits conference (2014)
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