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Quantum nonlinear devices go green

Polycrystalline films of the non-toxic element bismuth exhibit a room-temperature surface nonlinear Hall effect, which could make devices based on topological quantum effects more practical.

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Pixel-correlated computing for detecting and tracking targets in dim lighting

An approach to dynamically control the photoresponsivity of pixels in a computational sensor based on local image gradients enables the precise and robust detection of edge features of targets in dim light conditions from a single image capture.

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Wafer-scale transfer of two-dimensional materials with UV tape

Tapes whose adhesive force is controlled by ultraviolet illumination can be used to cleanly transfer large-area graphene, molybdenum disulfide and other two-dimensional materials with a low thermal budget and using no organic solvents.

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Semantic segmentation of thermal defects in belt conveyor idlers using thermal image augmentation and U-Net-based convolutional neural networks

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Metamaterial-based passive analog processor for wireless vibration sensing

Real-time, low-cost, and wireless mechanical vibration monitoring is necessary for industrial, environmental, and biomedical applications. Here, Dajun Zhang and colleagues report a passive,ss metamaterial-based device which substantially improves the sensitivity of wireless vibration measurement methods when attached to vibrating surfaces.

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Graphene nanomechanical vibrations measured with a phase-coherent software-defined radio

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A new path for organic electrochemical transistors

An article in Nature Electronics presents how to use electron-beam lithography to obtain p- and n-type vertical organic electrochemical transistor matrix arrays and complementary logic circuits.

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A stress test for bioelectronics

Advances in wearable and ingestible electronics are rapidly expanding the health-monitoring capabilities of bioelectronic devices.

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Cubic marine robotics

Modular robotics offers design flexibility that could enable the scale-up of robotic systems for marine applications. We have developed simple repeating cubic modular components that can be assembled and reconfigured to create different types of underwater robots for marine applications, enabling them to navigate and perform tasks underwater with ease and efficiency.

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The road to net-zero emissions in IC manufacturing

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Atoms Under Pressure: The Dawn of Ultra-Efficient Computing Memory

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Abstract: In this paper, we present SonoSAMTrack - that combines a promptable foundational model for segmenting objects of interest on ultrasound images called SonoSAM, with a state-of-the art contour tracking model to propagate segmentations on 2D+t and 3D ultrasound datasets. Fine-tuned and tested exclusively on a rich, diverse set of objects from $\approx200$k ultrasound image-mask pairs, SonoSAM demonstrates state-of-the-art performance on 7 unseen ultrasound data-sets, outperforming competing methods by a significant margin. We also extend SonoSAM to 2-D +t applications and demonstrate superior performance making it a valuable tool for generating dense annotations and segmentation of anatomical structures in clinical workflows. Further, to increase practical utility of the work, we propose a two-step process of fine-tuning followed by knowledge distillation to a smaller footprint model without comprising the performance. We present detailed qualitative and quantitative comparisons of SonoSAM with state-of-the-art methods showcasing efficacy of the method. This is followed by demonstrating the reduction in number of clicks in a dense video annotation problem of adult cardiac ultrasound chamber segmentation using SonoSAMTrack.

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