His main research concerns Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Voltage, Integrated circuit and Neuroscience. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transistor, Electronic circuit, Synchronous circuit and Phase-locked loop. Richard B. Brown works mostly in the field of Voltage, limiting it down to concerns involving Potentiostat and, occasionally, System on a chip, Interface and Low voltage.
His Integrated circuit study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Semiconductor device fabrication, Wafer, Screen printing and Microelectronics. Many of his research projects under Neuroscience are closely connected to Motor cortex with Motor cortex, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study in Microcontroller is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Capacitive sensing, Ceramic and Parallel computing.
His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Embedded system and Electronic circuit. While the research belongs to areas of Electronic engineering, Richard B. Brown spends his time largely on the problem of Low-power electronics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Energy consumption. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Optoelectronics and Electrical engineering.
In his study, Microcontroller is strongly linked to Microsystem, which falls under the umbrella field of CMOS. As part of his studies on Electronic circuit, Richard B. Brown frequently links adjacent subjects like Very-large-scale integration. His Microprocessor study incorporates themes from Clock rate and Electronic design automation.
Richard B. Brown focuses on Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Embedded system and Biomedical engineering. Richard B. Brown works in the field of Electronic engineering, namely Jitter. His CMOS study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transmitter, Integrated circuit and Slew rate.
The Embedded system study combines topics in areas such as Wireless, Computer hardware, Scratchpad memory, Power consumption and Process scaling. His research in Process scaling intersects with topics in Leakage energy, Leakage power and Parallel computing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Electricity generation, Instruction set, Datapath, Address space and Program counter in addition to Low-power electronics.
Richard B. Brown mostly deals with Electronic engineering, Electrocorticography, Electrical engineering, Motor cortex and Biomedical engineering. His research in Electronic engineering is mostly concerned with Process corners. His Electrocorticography research includes elements of Neurophysiology, Local field potential, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision.
His research related to Negative-bias temperature instability, Slew rate, PMOS logic, Threshold voltage and CMOS might be considered part of Electrical engineering. The concepts of his Biomedical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Working electrode, Polydimethylsiloxane and Nitric oxide. As part of one scientific family, Richard B. Brown deals mainly with the area of Biasing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Electronic circuit, and often Integrated circuit design.
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MiBench: A free, commercially representative embedded benchmark suite
M.R. Guthaus;J.S. Ringenberg;D. Ernst;T.M. Austin.
ieee international symposium on workload characterization (2001)
Clinical aspects of X-linked hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
Angus John Clarke;D. I. Phillips;R. Brown;Peter Stanley Harper.
Archives of Disease in Childhood (1987)
Decoding spoken words using local field potentials recorded from the cortical surface
Spencer Kellis;Kai Miller;Kyle Thomson;Richard Brown.
Journal of Neural Engineering (2010)
Electrochemical performance, biocompatibility, and adhesion of new polymer matrices for solid-state ion sensors.
Geun Sig Cha;Dong Liu;M. E. Meyerhoff;H. C. Cantor.
Analytical Chemistry (1991)
Integrated circuit for a chemical-selective sensor with voltage output
Richard B. Brown.
Congestion driven quadratic placement
Phiroze N. Parakh;Richard B. Brown;Karem A. Sakallah.
design automation conference (1998)
A mixed-signal sensor interface microinstrument
Keith L. Kraver;Matthew R. Guthaus;Timothy D. Strong;Peter L. Bird.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2001)
Chemical sensors with integrated electronics.
Segyeong Joo;Richard B. Brown.
Chemical Reviews (2008)
Design tradeoffs for software-managed TLBs
David Nagle;Richard Uhlig;Tim Stanley;Stuart Sechrest.
international symposium on computer architecture (1993)
Resonant clocking using distributed parasitic capacitance
A.J. Drake;K.J. Nowka;T.Y. Nguyen;J.L. Burns.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2004)
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