Now showing items 1-6 of 6

  • 2D simulator for eddy current field filters 

    Liakou, F.; Dimitropoulos, P.; Stamoulis, G. (2011)
    Hall devices are magnetic field current sensors based on the Hall effect. A bias current is applied via contacts through the Hall plates which are placed along magnetic field. High frequency components affect the Hall ...
  • Design considerations for application of SiPMs in nuclear imaging 

    Efthimiou, N.; Argyropoulos, G.; Georgiou, M.; Fysikopoulos, E.; David, S.; Loudos, G.; Panayiotakis, G. (2010)
    Silicon Photomultiplier (SiPM) detectors are attractive candidates for the replacement of Photomultipliers in nuclear imaging. They are compact, provide high gain with low Vbias and have fast response. In addition, SiPMs ...
  • Galvanomagnetic effects "Sensors based on hall effect" 

    Petousis, V. N.; Dimitropoulos, P. D. (2009)
    The Hall effect is the generation of a transverse electromotive force in a sample carrying an electric current and exposed to perpendicular magnetic field. Depending on the sample geometry, this electromotive force may ...
  • General development of a new hall effect sensor 

    Petoussis, V. N.; Dimitropoulos, P. D.; Stamoulis, G. (2011)
    Silicon Hall plates show an offset of a few millitesla. A large portion of this offset is caused by mechanical stress in the device. The offset can be reduced with a factor 103 to 105 when the spinning - current principle ...
  • Introducing a new hall effect sensor - Novel dynamic offset reduction method 

    Petoussis, V. N.; Dimitropoulos, P.; Stamoulis, G.; Houstis, E. (2011)
    Silicon Hall plates show an offset of a few millitesla. A large portion of this offset is caused by mechanical stress in the device. The offset can be reduced when the spinning-current principle is applied. In this paper ...
  • Multiplying magnetic hyperthermia response by nanoparticle assembling 

    Serantes, D.; Simeonidis, K.; Angelakeris, M.; Chubykalo-Fesenko, O.; Marciello, M.; Del Puerto Morales, M.; Baldomir, D.; Martinez-Boubeta, C. (2014)
    The oriented attachment of magnetic nanoparticles is recognized as an important pathway in the magnetic-hyperthermia cancer treatment roadmap, thus, understanding the physical origin of their enhanced heating properties ...