Douglas A. Christensen
Department of Electrical Engineering
Office : 4512 Merrill Engineering Building
Phone : (801) 581-7859
Fax: (801) 581-5281
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, 1967, University of Utah
M.S., Electrical Engineering, 1963, Stanford University
B.S., Electrical Engineering, 1962, Brigham Young University
Fiberoptic and guided wave sensors, especially those applicable to
biomedical sensing, such as
fluorescent immunosensors; numerical modeling of optical devices using
time-domain techniques; and ultrasound bioinstrumentation.
- D. A. Christensen, "Thermometry" in Encyclopedia of Medical
Devices and Instrumentation, John G. Webster, ed., New York, Wiley,
1988 (invited chapter).
- C. H. Durney and D. A. Christensen, "Hyperthermia for cancer
therapy," Biological Effects and Medical Applications of
Electromagnetic Fields, O. P. Gandhi, ed., New York, Prentice-Hall,
1990, pp. 438-477.
- D. Decker-Dunn, D. A. Christensen, W. Mackie, J. Fox, and
G. M. Vincent, "Optothermal mathematical model and experimental
studies for laser irradiation of arteries in the presence of blood
flow," Applied Optics, vol. 28, no. 12, pp. 2263-2272, June 1989.
- J. D. Andrade, J. N. Lin, V. Hlady, J. Herron, D. A. Christensen,
and J. Kopecek, "Immunosensors: remaining problems in the development
of remote, continuous, multi-channel devices," Biosensors, R. B. Buck,
et al., eds., New York: Dekker, 1990, pp. 219-240.
- D. Decker-Dunn, D. A. Christensen, and G. M. Vincent, "Multifiber
gradient-index lens laser angioplasty probe," Lasers in Surgery and
Medicine, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 85-93, 1990.
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