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Public deliverables as per 12-09-2019

A comprehensive overview of the Phoenix Project deliverables as per 12-09-2019 and organized by Work Package.

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On the use of evolutionary algorithms for localization and mapping: Infrastructure monitoring in smart cities via miniaturized autonomous sensory agents

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Effects of environmental conditions on evolved robot morphologies and behavior

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Flexible soi-based piezoelectric micromachined ultrasound transducer (pmut) arrays

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Highly efficient piezoelectric micromachined ultrasound transducer (pmut) for underwater sensor networks

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Learning with Delayed Synaptic Plasticity

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Compact optimization algorithms with re-sampled inheritance

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A 0.1-nW–1- μ W Energy-Efficient All-Dynamic Versatile Capacitance-to-Digital Converter

This paper is an extended version of our previous conference paper entitled “A 0.1nW −1µW All-Dynamic Capacitance-to-Digital Converter with Power/Speed/Capacitance Scalability”. In this paper, detailed theoretical and circuit analysis of the proposed ultra-low power versatile capacitive-to-digital converter is provided. Besides, more measurement results have also been provided. To provide application examples, this chip is verified with a microelectromechanical (MEMS) pressure sensor and a MEMS accelerometer. It can measure environmental pressure consuming only 0.8 nW at a speed of 100 S/s, and measure acceleration using 1.4 nW at a speed of 200 S/s.

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