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Dr Linzi Dodd

Senior Lecturer

Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

Dr Linzi E. Dodd is a Senior Lecturer in MPEE, having joined in October 2017. She completed her Master’s degree in General Engineering specialising in Electronics in 2009 at Durham University and achieved her PhD in Microsystems Technology at Durham in 2014. Linzi’s research interests include Microsystems Technology, the Internet of Things, Embroidered Electronics and applications of the Leidenfrost effect.

Linzi Dodd

Campus Address

Ellison Building E104
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Dr Linzi E. Dodd is a Senior Lecturer in MPEE, having joined in October 2017. She completed her Master’s degree in General Engineering specialising in Electronics in 2009 at Durham University and achieved her PhD in Microsystems Technology at Durham in 2014. Linzi’s research interests include Microsystems Technology, the Internet of Things, Embroidered Electronics and applications of the Leidenfrost effect.

Key Publications

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  • A rapid and controllable acoustothermal microheater using thin film surface acoustic waves, Wang, Y., Zhang, Q., Tao, R., Chen, D., Xie, J., Torun, H., Dodd, L., Luo, J., Fu, C., Vernon, J., Canyelles-Pericas, P., Binns, R., Fu, R. 1 Feb 2021, In: Sensors and Actuators A: Physical
  • Flexible/Bendable Acoustofluidics Based on Thin Film Surface Acoustic Waves on Thin Aluminum Sheets, Wang, Y., Zhang, Q., Tao, R., Xie, J., Canyelles-Pericas, P., Torun, H., Reboud, J., McHale, G., Dodd, L., Yang, X., Luo, J., Wu, Q., Fu, R. 14 Apr 2021, In: ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
  • Jewelry and clothing: transforming from decoration to information, Dodd, L., Torun, H., Wood, D. 2021, Digital Health, Amsterdam, Academic Press
  • Embroidered Rectangular Split-Ring Resonators for the Characterization of Dielectric Materials, Zahertar, S., Laurin, E., Dodd, L., Torun, H. 1 Mar 2020, In: IEEE Sensors Journal
  • Integrating microfluidics and biosensing on a single flexible acoustic device using hybrid modes, Tao, R., Reboud, J., Torun, H., McHale, G., Dodd, L., Wu, Q., Yang, X., Tao, K., Luo, J., Todryk, S., Fu, Y. 7 Mar 2020, In: Lab on a Chip
  • Planar Selective Leidenfrost Propulsion Without Physically Structured Substrates or Walls, Dodd, L., Agrawal, P., Geraldi, N., Xu, B., Wells, G., Martin, J., Newton, M., McHale, G., Wood, D. 24 Aug 2020, In: Applied Physics Letters
  • Conduction mechanisms in metal/self-assembled monolayer/metal junction, Etor, D., Dodd, L., Balocco, C., Wood, D. 26 Jun 2019, In: Micro and Nano Letters
  • Double-sided slippery liquid-infused porous materials using conformable mesh, Geraldi, N., Guan, J., Dodd, L., Maiello, P., Xu, B., Wood, D., Newton, M., Wells, G., McHale, G. 16 Sep 2019, In: Scientific Reports
  • Embroidered rectangular split-ring resonators for material characterisation, Zahertar, S., Dodd, L., Torun, H. 8 Aug 2019, 2019 IEEE International Conference on Flexible and Printable Sensors and Systems (FLEPS), Piscataway, IEEE
  • Low friction self-centering droplet propulsion and transport using a Leidenfrost herringbone-ratchet structure, Dodd, L., Agrawal, P., Parnell, M., Geraldi, N., Xu, B., Wells, G., Stuart-Cole, S., Newton, M., McHale, G., Wood, D. 27 Mar 2019, In: Physical Review Applied

PGR Supervision

  • Katie McConville Using Embroidered Electronics and Flexible Substrates to create wearable Energy Harvesters Start Date: 01/10/2020
  • Matthew Parnell Controlling droplet propulsion and mobility using the Leidenfrost effect Start Date: 01/10/2018

Qualifications

  • Engineering PhD July 01 2014
  • Engineering MEng July 01 2009
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy FHEA 2018
  • Member (TMIET / MIET) Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) 2009


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