Mohammad H. Zarifi
Mohammad H. Zarifi
Associate Professor, Principal’s Research Chair, University of British Columbia
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Noncontact and nonintrusive microwave-microfluidic flow sensor for energy and biomedical engineering
MH Zarifi, H Sadabadi, SH Hejazi, M Daneshmand, A Sanati-Nezhad
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
A microwave ring resonator sensor for early detection of breaches in pipeline coatings
MH Zarifi, S Deif, M Abdolrazzaghi, B Chen, D Ramsawak, M Amyotte, ...
IEEE Transactions on industrial electronics 65 (2), 1626-1635, 2017
Sensitive, real-time and non-intrusive detection of concentration and growth of pathogenic bacteria using microfluidic-microwave ring resonator biosensor
R Narang, S Mohammadi, MM Ashani, H Sadabadi, H Hejazi, MH Zarifi, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
Microwave ring resonator-based non-contact interface sensor for oil sands applications
MH Zarifi, M Rahimi, M Daneshmand, T Thundat
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 224, 632-639, 2016
Detection of volatile organic compounds using microwave sensors
MH Zarifi, A Sohrabi, P Mojir Shaibani, M Daneshmand, T Thundat
IEEE Sensors, 2014
High resolution microwave microstrip resonator for sensing applications
MH Zarifi, T Thundat, M Daneshmand
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 233, 224-230, 2015
Selective microwave sensors exploiting the interaction of analytes with trap states in TiO2 nanotube arrays
MH Zarifi, S Farsinezhad, M Abdolrazzaghi, M Daneshmand, K Shankar
Nanoscale 8 (14), 7466-7473, 2016
Liquid sensing using active feedback assisted planar microwave resonator
MH Zarifi, S Farsinezhad, K Shankar, M Daneshmand
IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters 25 (9), 621-623, 2015
3-D printing microfluidic channels with embedded planar microwave resonators for RFID and liquid detection
BD Wiltshire, MH Zarifi
IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters 29 (1), 65-67, 2018
Wireless passive RFID sensor for pipeline integrity monitoring
MH Zarifi, S Deif, M Daneshmand
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 261, 24-29, 2017
A non-contact microwave sensor for monitoring the interaction of zeolite 13X with CO2 and CH4 in gaseous streams
MH Zarifi, P Shariaty, Z Hashisho, M Daneshmand
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 238, 1240-1247, 2017
Liquid sensing in aquatic environment using high quality planar microwave resonator
MH Zarifi, M Daneshmand
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 225, 517-521, 2016
Microbead-assisted high resolution microwave planar ring resonator for organic-vapor sensing
MH Zarifi, M Fayaz, J Goldthorp, M Abdolrazzaghi, Z Hashisho, ...
Applied Physics Letters, 2015
Sensitivity enhancement in planar microwave active-resonator using metal organic framework for CO2 detection
MH Zarifi, A Gholidoust, M Abdolrazzaghi, P Shariaty, Z Hashisho, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 255, 1561-1568, 2018
A label-free, non-intrusive, and rapid monitoring of bacterial growth on solid medium using microwave biosensor
S Mohammadi, AV Nadaraja, K Luckasavitch, MC Jain, DJ Roberts, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems 14 (1), 2-11, 2019
Time-resolved microwave photoconductivity (TRMC) using planar microwave resonators: Application to the study of long-lived charge pairs in photoexcited titania nanotube arrays
MH Zarifi, A Mohammadpour, S Farsinezhad, BD Wiltshire, M Nosrati, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (25), 14358-14365, 2015
Passive split ring resonator tag configuration for RFID-based wireless permittivity sensing
BD Wiltshire, T Zarifi, MH Zarifi
IEEE Sensors Journal 20 (4), 1904-1911, 2019
Wide dynamic range microwave planar coupled ring resonator for sensing applications
MH Zarifi, M Daneshmand
Applied Physics Letters 108 (23), 232906, 2016
Sensitivity enhancement of split ring resonator based liquid sensors
M Abdolrazzaghi, MH Zarifi, M Daneshmand
2016 IEEE SENSORS, 1-3, 2016
Monitoring solid particle deposition in lossy medium using planar resonator sensor
MH Zarifi, M Daneshmand
IEEE Sensors Journal 17 (23), 7981-7989, 2017
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