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Albert H. Titus, Ph.D.

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Professor and Chair

Specialty/Research Focus

Analog VLSI Design, Silicon-based neuromorphic visual processing systems, Neural networks, Electronic routing and packaging design, Electron beam lithography, Sensors, Optoelectronics.

  1. C. S. Mullin, A. H. Titus, and K. Bhagavathula, " Low Power Glare Sensor,” U.S. Patent Number 7,586,079, September 8, 2009.
  2. D.P. Phinney and A.H. Titus, “A Method and Apparatus for Multiple Document Detection Using Ultrasonic Phase Shift and Amplitude,” U.S. Patent No. 6,511,064 B1, Jan 28, 2003.
  3. D.P. Phinney and A.H. Titus, “A Method and Apparatus for Correcting a Phase Shift Between a Transmitter and Receiver,” U.S. Patent No. 6,868,135, March 15, 2005.
  4. Sensor and Method of sensing Having an Energy source and Detector on the same Side of a Sensor Substance (Patent App. 10/957,254) (A.H. Titus, A.N. Cartwright, F.V. Bright) filed October 1, 2004.
  5. Detection Device and Method Using Modulated Energy, (Patent App. 10/948,062) (A.H. Titus and F.V. Bright) filed September 23, 2004.
  6. Temporally Addressable Detection Array (Patent App. 10/945,344) (A.H. Titus, A.N. Cartwright, F.V. Bright) filed September 20, 2004.
  7. CMOS ISFET Based pH Sensor (Provisional Patent App. 60/615,473) ( V. Chodavarapu, A.H. Titus, A.N. Cartwright,) filed October 1, 2004 .
  8. ISFET based Highly Selective Biochemical Sensors and Sensor Arrays, (Provisional patent App.) (A.N. Cartwright, F.V. Bright, R. Bukowski, V. Chodavarapu, A.H. Titus).