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52.  I.Pandey, J.D. Tiwari, H.Furukawa, A.Khosla, and P.K.Sekhar, “Flexible Prussian blue/Carbon dots nanocomposite modified exfoliated graphite paper based sensor for simultaneous monitoring of hypertension and Parkinson disease”, Microsystem Technologies, 2019.
51.  M.A.Riheen, T.K.Saha and P.K.Sekhar, “Inkjet Printing on PET Substrate”, The Journal of Electrochemical Society, 166, B3039 (2019).
50.  T.K.Saha, T.N.Knaus, and P.K.Sekhar, “A CPW-Fed Flexible UWB Antenna for IoT Applications”, Microsystem Technologies, 2018.
49.  I.Pandey, J.D.Tiwari, and P.K.Sekhar, “Flexible copper incorporated carbon nanofibers activated carbon cloth based anodes for sodium ion batteries”, Microsystem Technologies, 2018.
48.  T.K.Saha, C.Goodbody, T.Karacolak, and P.K.Sekhar, “A Compact Monopole Antenna for Ultra Wideband Applications”, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, 2018.
47.  R.Mukundan, A.Khosla, P.K.Sekhar, P.Hesketh, C.Henry, and L.Magnanin, “Preface- JES Focus Issue on Ubiquitous Sensors and Systems for IoT”, The Journal of Electrochemical Society, 165, Y9 (2018).
46.  T.K.Saha, T.N.Knaus, A.Khosla and P.K.Sekhar, “Investigation of printing properties on Paper Substrate”, The Journal of Electrochemical Society, 165, B3163 (2018).
45.  I.Pandey, J.D.Tiwari, and P.K.Sekhar, “Metal incorporated polymeric nanodots based electrode material for fluorescent supercapacitors”, The Journal of Electrochemical Society, 165, B3035 (2018).
44.  P.Bhadra, M.Shahjahan, P.Patel, E.Bhattacharya, A.Chadha, and P.K.Sekhar “Immobilizing Siderophores on Solid Surfaces for Bacterial Detection”, The Journal of Electrochemical Society, 165, B3017 (2018).
43.  S.Shah, MD.N.S.Shiblee, S.H.Mir, L.Nagahara, T.Thundat, P.K.Sekhar, M.Kawakami, H.Furukawa and A.Khosla, Carbon fiber doped thermosetting elastomer for flexible sensors:  physical properties and microfabrication”, Scientific Reports, 8, 12313 (2018).
42.  I.Pandey, A.Khosla, and P.K.Sekhar, “Electrochemically synthesized new class of molecularly imprinted poly-rhodamine b nanodots for the detection of nutritional anaemia biomarker-bovine haemoglobin in salt-sick cattle”, Microsystem Technologies, (2018).
41.  S.Shah, MD.N.S.Shiblee, S.H.Mir, L.Nagahara, T.Thundat, P.K.Sekhar, M.Kawakami, H.Furukawa and A.Khosla, “Hybrid micromolding of silver micro fiber doped electrically conductive elastomeric composite polymer for flexible sensors and electronic devices, Microsystem Technologies, (2017).
40.  P.K.Sekhar, Z.Moore, S.Aravamudhan, and A.Khosla, “A New Low Temperature Mixed Potential Hydrocarbon and NOx Sensor”, Journal of Sensors, 17, 2759 (2017). (Invited)
39.  F.L.Wignes, C.Glascoe, G.Makar, T.Karacolak, and P.K.Sekhar, “A paper based 2‐element antenna for WLAN MIMO applications fabricated using inkjet technology”, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, 59, 2785 (2017).
38.  P.K.Sekhar and J.Kysar, “An Electrochemical Ammonia Sensor on Paper Substrate”, Journal of Electrochemical Society, 164, B113 (2017).
37.  J.Kysar, F.Wignes, and P.K.Sekhar, “Growth Mechanism of Vanadium (II) Oxide Nanowires”, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 16, 3 (2016).
36.  P.K.Sekhar, J.Kysar, C.R.Kreller, and E.L.Brosha, “Development and Testing of an Electrochemical Methane Sensor”, Sensors and Actuators B, 228, 162 (2016).
35.  P.K.Sekhar and F.Wignes, “Trace Detection of Research Department Explosive (RDX) using Electrochemical Gas Sensor”, Sensors and Actuators B, 227, 185 (2016).
34.  J. Kysar, and P.K.Sekhar, “Facile Synthesis of Vanadium Oxide Nanowires”, Applied Nanoscience, 1-6 (2015).
33.  P.K.Sekhar, J.Zhou, H.Wang, and E.R.Hamblin, “Trace detection of Pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN) using Electrochemical Gas Sensors”, Journal of Sensors, 2014, 1-6, 2014.
32.  P.K.Sekhar and E.L.Brosha, “Trace detection of 2, 4, 6-Trinitritoluene using electrochemical gas sensors”, IEEE Sensors, 3, 1624 (2015).
31.  S. Suriano, H. Wang, S.J. Hu, and P.K.Sekhar, “Progressive Measurement and Monitoring for Multi-resolution Data Considering Spatial and Cross-correlation”, IIE Transactions on Quality and Reliability, 47, 1033 (2015). (Best Paper Award)
30.  P.K.Sekhar, J.Zhou, M.Post, L.Woo, W.Buttner, W.Penrose, R.Mukundan, C.R.Kreller, R.Glass, E.L.Brosha and F.H.Garzon, “Independent testing and validation of hydrogen prototype sensors, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39, 4657(2014).
29.  P.K.Sekhar and K.Subramaniyam, “Detection of Harmful Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylenes (BTEX) Vapors using Electrochemical Gas Sensors”, ECS Electrochemistry Letters, 3, B1 (2014).
28.  J.Tsitron, C.R.Kreller, P.K.Sekhar, R.Mukundan, F.H.Garzon, E.L.Brosha and A. Morozov, “Bayesian decoding of the ammonia response of a zirconia based mixed-potential sensor in the presence of hydrocarbon interference”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 192, 283 (2014).
27.  P.Rai, R.Khan, S.Raj, S.M.Majhi, Y-T, Yu, J-H Lee and P.K.Sekhar, “Au@Cu2O core-shell nanoparticles as chemiresistor for gas sensor applications: Effect of potential barrier modulation on sensing performance”, Nanoscale (I.F 6.23), 6, 581 (2014).
26.  P.K.Sekhar and K.Subramaniyam, “Electrical Characterization of a Mixed Potential Propylene Sensor”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 188, 367 (2013).
25.  P.K.Sekhar, R.Mukundan, E.Brosha and F.H.Garzon, “Effect of Perovskite Electrode Composition on Mixed Potential Sensor Response”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 183, 20 (2013).
24.  P.K.Sekhar, H.Mekonen, R.Mukundan, E.L.Brosha and F.H.Garzon, “Impedance Spectroscopy based Characterization of an Electrochemical Propylene Sensor”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 177, 111 (2013).
23.  P.K.Sekhar, E.L.Brosha, R.Mukundan, H.Mekonen, C.Kreller, B.Farber and F.H.Garzon, “Packaging and Testing of a Hydrogen Safety Sensor Prototype”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37, 14707 (2012).
22.  P.K.Sekhar, E.L.Brosha, R.Mukundan, K.L.Linker, C.Brusseau and F.H.Garzon, “Trace Detection and Discrimination of Explosives using Electrochemical Potentiometric Gas Sensors”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 190, 125 (2011).
21.  Q.Huang, L.Wang, T.Dasgupta, L.Zhu, P.K.Sekhar, and S.Bhansali, “Statistical Weight Kinetics Modeling for Silica Nanowires Growth Catalyzed by Pd Thin Film”, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, 8, 303 (2011).
20.  G.Wu, M.A.Nelson, N.H.Mack, S.Ma, P.K.Sekhar, F.H.Garzon, and P.Zelenay, “Titanium dioxide Supported Non-precious Metal Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalyst”, Chemical Communications, 46, 7489 (2010).  (Declared as ‘Hot Article’)
19.  P.K.Sekhar, E.L.Brosha, R.Mukundan and F.H.Garzon, “Chemical sensors for environmental monitoring and homeland security”, Invited, ECS Interface, Winter Edition, 2010.
18.  P.K.Sekhar, E.L.Brosha, R.Mukundan, M.A.Nelson, and F.H.Garzon, “Effect of YSZ Sintering Temperature on Mixed Potential Sensor Performance”, Solid State Ionics, 181, 947 (2010).
17.  P.K.Sekhar, E.L.Brosha, R. Mukundan, T. L. Williamson, M.A.Nelson and F.H.Garzon, “Development and Testing of a Hydrogen Safety Sensor Prototype”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 148, 469 (2010).
16.  P.K.Sekhar and S.Bhansali, “Manufacturing Aspects of Oxide Nanowires”, Materials Letters, 64, 729 (2010).
15.  P.K.Sekhar, E.L.Brosha, R.Mukundan, W.Li, M.A.Nelson, P.Palanisamy, and F.H.Garzon, “Application of Commercial Automotive Sensor Manufacturing Methods for NOx/NH3 Mixed Potential Sensors for On-Board Emissions Control”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 144, 112 (2010).
14.  S.Krishnan, P.K.Sekhar, R.Joshi and S.Bhansali, “Nanocrystalline Palladium Thin Films for Hydrogen Sensor Applications”, Sensor Letters, 7, 31 (2009).
13.  M-S.Kim, P.K.Sekhar, S.Bhansali and J.P. Harmon, “A Spectrum Analysis of Dielectric Properties of Novel PU Composites using Silica Nanowires”, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 9, 5776 (2009).
12.  A.M.Shearrow, G.A. Harris, L.Fang, P.K.Sekhar, L.T.Nyguyen, E.B.Turner, A.Malik, and S.Bhansali, “Ionic Liquid-Mediated Sol-Gel Coatings for Capillary Microextraction”, Journal of Chromatography A, 1216, 5449 (2009).
11.  P.K. Sekhar, N.S. Ramgir and S. Bhansali, “Metal-Decorated Silica Nanowires: An Active Surface-Enhanced Raman Substrate for Cancer Biomarker Detection”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C: Letters, 112, 1729 (2008).
10.  P.K.Sekhar, R.G. Elliman, A.R. Wilkinson, and S. Bhansali, “Enriched Er Emission from Nanoengineered Si Surface”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C: Letters, 112, 20109 (2008).
9.  P.K.Sekhar, N.S. Ramgir, R.K.Joshi and S. Bhansali, “Selective Growth of Silica Nanowires using Au Catalyst for Optical Recognition of Interleukin-10”, Nanotechnology, 19, 245502 (2008).
8.  R.G. Elliman, A.R. Wilkinson, P.K.Sekhar and S. Bhansali, “Optical emission from erbium-doped silica nanowires”, Journal of Applied Physics, 103, 104304 (2008).
7.  R.G. Elliman, A.R. Wilkinson, T. Kim, P.K.Sekhar and S. Bhansali, “Ion beam synthesis and doping of photonic nanostructures”, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, 266, 1362 (2008).
6.  N.S. Ramgir, A. Zajac, P.K. Sekhar, L.H. Lee, T.A. Zhukov and S. Bhansali, “Voltammetric Detection of Cancer Biomarkers Exemplified by Interleukin-10 and Osteopontin with Silica Nanowires”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C: Letters, 111, 13981(2007).
5.  N.S. Ramgir, P.K. Sekhar, A. Zajac, L.H. Lee, T.A.Zhukov and S.Bhansali, “Ultrasensitive Voltammetric Detection of IL-10, a Lung Cancer Biomarker, in Serum Using SiO2 Nanowires Template”, Sensor Letters, 5, 1 (2007).
4.  P.K.Sekhar, A.Sine and S.Bhansali, “Effect of Varying Process Parameters on the Performance of Pd doped Nanostructured Porous-Si Hydrogen Sensor”, Sensors and Actuators B, 127, 74 (2007).
3.  P.K.Sekhar, S.N. Sambandam, D.K.Sood and S.Bhansali, “Selective Growth of Silica Nanowires Using Pt Thin Film”, Nanotechnology, 17, 1 (2006).
2.  D.K.Sood, P.K.Sekhar, and S.Bhansali, “Ion Implantation Based Selective Synthesis of Silica Nanowires on Silicon Wafers”, Applied Physics Letters, 88, 143110 (2006).
1.  P.K.Sekhar, S.Akella and S.Bhansali, “A Reliable Low Loss Flexural Plate Wave Device Through Enhanced Properties of Sol-Gel PZT (52/48) Thin Film,” Sensors and Actuators: A, 132, 376 (2006).