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Nishida, T., and S. Thompson, "Oxide field and thickness dependence of trap generation in 9-30 nm dry and dry/wet/dry oxides", Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 69, pp. 3986-3994, DEC, 1991.
Nishida, T., "Wireless Implantable Recording Electrodes (FWIRE) for Brain Machine Interfaces", IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 2007 (ISCAS 2007), pp. 2084 , May, 2007.
Nishida, T., "BiMOS and SMOSC structures for MOS parameter measurement", Solid-State Electronics, vol. 35, pp. 357-369, MAR, 1992.
Nishida, T., R. Dieme, M. Sheplak, and G. Bosman, "Noise Modeling and Characterization of Piezoresistive Transducers", Proceedings of ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Paper IMECE2006-15392, November, 2006.
Nishida, T., R. Matsukawa, K. Masaki, Z. Dubinsky, and I. Karube, "A method for screening potential antioxidant activity", J. Biotechnology, vol. 51, pp. 149-155, DEC, 1996.
Nishida, T., J. Lin, K. Ngo, F. Ren, D. Norton, S. J. Pearton, L. Cattafesta, M. Sheplak, J. Jun, A. Kasyap V.S., et al., "Wireless Hydrogen Sensor Self-powered Using Ambient Vibration and Light", Proceedings of ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Paper IMECE2006-14644, November, 2006.
Martin, D., "Design, fabrication, and characterization of a MEMS dual-backplate capacitive microphone", Deparment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, vol. Ph.D., Gainesville, University of Florida, pp. 250, 2007.
Nishida, T., "TSensors Vision: Enabling Sustainable Solutions for the Global Environment through Novel Sensing", MEMS & Sensors Executive Congress, 2016.
Nishida, T., and C-T. Sah, "A physically based mobility model for MOSFET numerical simulation", IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 310-320, FEB, 1987.
Nishida, T., "Mission Innovation: The Driver for Global Pollution Monitoring Node Today, Tomorrow and in 2025", Commercialization of Micro, Nano, and Emerging Technologies, 2016.