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Novel High-Performance CVD Coatings for Machining Applications

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Determination of temperature dependent parameters of zero-phonon line in photo-luminescence spectrum of silicon-vacancy centre in CVD diamond thin films

optoelectronic transitions in single crystal CVD diamond”, Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter: An Institute of Physics Journal, vol. 25, No. 27, 2013, pp. 275801. [4] M. Marton, M. Mikolášek, J. Bruncko, I. Novotný, T. Ižák, M. Vojs, H. Kozak, M. Varga, A. Artemenko, and A. Kromka,” Fabrication and Characterization of N-Type Zinc Oxide/P-Type Boron Doped Diamond Heterojunction”, Journal of Electrical Engineering, vol. 66, No. 5, 2015,. [5] T. D. Merson, S. Castelletto, I. Aharonovich, A. Turbic, T. J. Kilpatrick and A. M. Turnley

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Influence of substrate material on spectral properties and thermal quenching of photoluminescence of silicon vacancy colour centres in diamond thin films

-Vacancy Defects”, Advanced Materials vol. 21, no. 7 (2009), pp. 808-812. [7] R. J. Narayan, R. D. Boehm and A. V. Sumant, “Medical applications of diamond particles & surfaces”, Materials Today vol. 14, no. 4 (2011), pp. 154-163. [8] L. Yang, L. Zhang, T. J. Webster, “ and Nanobiomaterials,”Nanobiomaterials: State of the Art and Future Trends”, Advanced Engineering Materials vol. 13, no. 6 (2011), pp. B197-B217. [9] K. Iakoubovskii and G. J. Adriaenssens, “Optical detection of defect centers CVD diamond”, Diamond and Related Materials vol. 9, no. 7

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Graphene growth by transfer-free chemical vapour deposition on a cobalt layer

. 8, no. 2, 2009, pp. 135-138. [4] M. Othman, R. Ritikos, S. M. Hafiz, N. Khanis, N. A. Rashid and S. A. Rahman, ”Low-Temperature Plasma-Enhanced Che- mical Vapour Deposition of Transfer-Free Graphene Thin Films” Materials Letters vol. 158, 2015, pp. 436-438. [5] T. Kato and R. Hatakeyama, ”Direct Growth of Doping -Den- sity-Controlled Hexagonal Graphene on SiO2 Substrate by Rapid-Heating Plasma CVD”, ASC Nano, vol. 6, no. 10, 2012, pp. 8508-8515. [6] T. H. Bointon, M. D. Barnes, S. Russo and M. F. Craciun, ”High

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Graphene prepared on SiC by chemical vapor deposition process at low temperature

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Graphene preparation by the method of chemical vapour deposition on SiC substrates is described. Despite very low growth temperature (1080 °C) and with use of methane atmosphere, carbon layers in the form of multi-layer graphene were prepared. Graphene quality was verified by means of available analytical methods: Raman spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Van der Paw method.

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Statistical feature embedding for heart sound classification

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Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is considered as one of the principal causes of death in the world. Over recent years, this field of study has attracted researchers’ attention to investigate heart sounds’ patterns for disease diagnostics. In this study, an approach is proposed for normal/abnormal heart sound classification on the Physionet challenge 2016 dataset. For the first time, a fixed length feature vector; called i-vector; is extracted from each heart sound using Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficient (MFCC) features. Afterwards, Principal Component Analysis (PCA) transform and Variational Autoencoder (VAE) are applied on the i-vector to achieve dimension reduction. Eventually, the reduced size vector is fed to Gaussian Mixture Models (GMMs) and Support Vector Machine (SVM) for classification purpose. Experimental results demonstrate the proposed method could achieve a performance improvement of 16% based on Modified Accuracy (MAcc) compared with the baseline system on the Physionet2016 dataset.

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Dispersion of chromia films (eskolaite) in UV-VIS

. Gesheva, “Characterization of CVD Chromium Oxide Thin Films”, Phys. Stat. Sol. A , vol. 184(2), pp. 507–513, 2001. [15] T. Ivanova, K. Gesheva, A. Cziraki, A. Szekeres and E. Vlaikova, “Structural transformations and their relation to the optoelectronic properties of chromium oxide thin films”, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. , vol. 113, 012030, 2008. [16] M. Julkarnain, J. Hossain, K. S. Sharif, and K. A. Khan, “Optical properties of thermally evaporated Cr 2 O 3 thin films”, Can. J. Chem. Engineering & Technology , vol. 3(4), pp. 81–85, 2012. [17] Y. Guo, S

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Study on the Use of Aerogel on the Surface of Basalt Fabric

Publishing Series in Textiles, 189, Elsevier, Amsterdam. [16] Miśkiewicz, P., Frydrych, I., Cichocka, A., Pawlak, W. (2017). Considerations on applying selected techniques of CVD and PVD processes for modifying basalt fabrics used for protective gloves. In: Frydrych, I., Bartkowiak, G., Pawłowa, M. (Eds.), Innovations in protective and e-textiles in balance with comfort and ecology, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, p. 120-130. [17] Miśkiewicz, P. (2018). Selected personal protective equipment for applications in a hot work environment. World Scientific News

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Quartz Crystal Micro–Balance Gas Sensor with Ink–Jet Printed Nano–Diamond Sensitive Layer

and Related Materials 20 No. 5-6 (2011), 621–640. [5] CHEN, Y. C.—TZENG, Y.—CHENG, A. J.—DEAN, R.—PARK, M.—WILAMOWSKI, B. M. : Inkjet Printing of Nanodiamond Suspensions in Ethylene Glycol for CVD Growth of Patterned Diamond Structures and Practical Applications, Diamond and Related Materials 18 No. 2-3 (2009), 146–150. [6] VARGA, M.—LAPOSA, A.—KULHA, P.—KROUTIL, J.—HUSAK, M.—KROMKA, A. : Quartz Crystal Microbalance Gas Sensor with Nanocrystalline Diamond Sensitive Layer, Physica Status Solidi (B) Basic Research 252 No. 11 (2015), 2591

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Modification of Surface of Basalt Fabric on Protecting Against High Temperatures by the Method of Magnetron Sputtering

Coatings Technology, Vol. 204, Issues 21–22, pp, 3662-3667. [10] Dobrzański, L.A.. (2009). Shaping the structure and properties of the surfaces of engineering and biomedical materials. (In Polish)Copyright by L.A. Dobrzański, Gliwice, 2009. [11] Miśkiewicz, P., Frydrych, I., Cichocka, A., Pawlak, W. (2017) Considerations on applying selected techniques of CVD and PVD processes for modifying basalt fabrics used for protective gloves. Monograph Innovations in protective and e- textiles in balance with comfort and ecology, Łódź, Publisher Lodz University of

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