A joint paper by Professor John Batchelor of the School of Engineering and Digital Arts (EDA) together with Dr Simon Holder, School of Physical Sciences (SPS), Dr Campbell Gourlay, School of Biosciences, Aaron Hillier, joint PhD student (EDA and SPS) and Viktorija Makrovaite, joint PhD student (EDA and Biosciences) has been recognised as being one of the 25 most downloaded Sensors Journal papers in the month of June 2019.
The paper, entitled A Passive UHF RFID Dielectric Sensor for Aqueous Electrolytes (IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 19, No. 14, July 2019), arose through Professor Batchelor’s EPSRC fellowship in Manufacturing the Future. It describes how to use battery free RFID tags to detect the salt content of liquids and the technology can be used to sense contamination in water.
It is exciting to note that included in this count are all Sensors Journal papers published since the Journal’s foundation, about 7,599 papers in total, and that last year, 871,566 Sensors Journal papers were downloaded from IEEE Xplore. You can view the latest Top 50 papers at: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/topAccessedArticles.jsp?punumber=7361