Transcript: Feedthrough Cancellation Open Loop Characterisation 10 micron thick DC bias with AC signal Components: Transimpedance amplifier Feedthrough cancellation stage Bandpass filter Comparator Actuation & Sensing Principles Oscillator Circuit Implementation Actuation 1-port 2-port Differential drive Sensing Capacitive Piezoresitive Deviation = ±3 Hz Results Nodes = blue Antinodes = red Project Stages Filter-based Gravimetric Method (EU) Implement oscillator on one PCB Test with airborne particulates Adsorption Desorption Thermal compensation Functionalisation for specificity Results Results Detecting particulates with a portable MEMS resonator Electroacoustic Biosensors Combining Circuit Stages AQEG, “Particulate Matter in the UK: Summary”, Defra, London, 2005 C. Stanger, “DEFRA Report: Intercomparison between the TEOM analyser and the European reference sampler for the determination of PM10 concentrations”, Ref: CS/AQ/AD102099, University of Birmingham, 2004 P. S. Waggoner, H. G. Craighead, “Micro- and Nanomechanical Sensors for Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Detection”, Lab Chip, 2007, 7:1238–1255 A. T.-H. Lin, J. E.-Y. Lee, J. Yan, A. A. Seshia, “Methods for enhanced electrical transduction and characterization of micromechanical resonators”, Sensors and Actuators A, 2010, 158:263-272 Y.-W. Lin, S. Lee, S.-S. Li, Y. Xie, Z. Ren, C. T.-C. Nguyen, “Series-Resonant VHF Micromechanical Resonator Reference Oscillators”, IEEE J. Solid-State Circuits, 2004, 39:2477-2491 Open Loop Testing By Ben Kirby Supervised by Dr Ashwin Seshia and Abhinav Prasad SE Future Work Remove the effect of parasitic capacitance Differential piezoresistive sensing Device Topology Comparator Requirements: Loop gain > 1 Loop phase = multiple 360 deg Phase drop at resonance > 90 deg References MEMS Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator Bandpass Filter Tapered Element Oscillating Microbalance (UK) WG Motivation Resonator Sensitivity = 3 Hz/ng Circuit Design
Transcript: The history of Easter When did Easter start? when did Easter start? The first Christians, Jewish and Gentile, were certainly aware of the Hebrew calendar. Jewish Christians, the first to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, timed the observance in relation to Passover. Direct evidence for a more fully formed Christian festival of Pascha (Easter) begins to appear in the mid-2nd century. How did it start? How did it start? The first Christians, Jewish and Gentile, were certainly aware of the Hebrew calendar. Jewish Christians, the first to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, timed the observance in relation to Passover. How has it evolved? How has it evolved? While millions of Christians around the world celebrate the Easter holidays, its date has been a matter of contention since it began. By the second century, it was accepted as a celebration of disciples and other believers. How do different countries celebrate it ? How do different countries celebrate it? Place your logo here Easter in the Netherlands is known as Pasen in Dutch. The occasion is more of a festive and family oriented day in the Netherlands. The Easter celebrations are marked by the carnival that is held before the Lent season. The main highlights of the carnival are dances, parades and masquerade balls. Go through the article to know more about the traditions and celebrations of Easter in Holland. What are some of your traditions? What are some of your traditions? One of the traditions me and my family do is that we go to church and then after church we go out to eat with family and friends. Favorite Easter memories? Favorite Easter memories ? One of my favorite Easter memories is when we had a family get together and my sister and i and our cousins we were playing and cracking eggs on our heads. Favorite Tradition? favorite tradition? My favorite tradition is when my family and i make cascarones. My favorite Easter food is macaroni and cheese? Favorite Easter food? Favorite Easter food?
Transcript: This is one thing that happens at Easter. Most christians celebrate Easter as the day of Jesus Christ's reserection,which is written in the new testemeMagdalane nt of the christian bible.According to the gospel of John in the new testement, Mary came to the tomb where Jesus was burried and found it empty.An angel had told her "Jesus has risen." christians gather together for a sunrise service.This service takes place on a hill side so everyone can see the sun rise.Some christians take part in an Easter vigil,lighting a new fire outside the church early on Sunday morning. Here is an image related to Easter. Easter is a time where people gather as a family to see that the Easter Bunny has come and they have recieved chocolate eggs,bunnys and some times chicks. What happens at Easter? What is Easter? The paschal candle,decorated with studs to celebrate christ's wound's,may be lit from the fire and carried into the church where it is used to lite the candles of the worshipers.The Easter Eucharist is a particularly joyful service. People some times even dress their child as a bunny. what happens at Easter? Easter Sunday is in fact Sunday the 27th of March. who celebrates Easter? Easter!
Transcript: Our presentation was about the two origins of Easter, the Easter Bunny, and Easter Eggs. Easter Egg By: Ra'Lexus Jones & Kayla Timberlake It also became commonly known in the 19th century. The Easter egg symbolized life for the Romans, Persians, and Egyptians back in the 1500's. Conclusion The Pagan origin of Easter :) Hope you enjoy!!! The Easter Bunny The Easter Bunny is known to lay, decorate, and hide Easter eggs. The Christian origin of Easter Easter !!!! There are many origins you hear about Easter but, one big one you hear, if you go to church, is that Jesus Christ died for our sins on the cross because the whole world was so evil and then he rose 3 days later. It is an tradition that every single year on the White House lawn, there would be a great big Easter Egg hunt. The Pagan Origin of Easter One origin of Easter is of an ancient Queen named Semiramis who married a man named Nimrod and had a son. After Nimrod died, Semiramis told many people that he was a God and that Tammuz, their son, was a reborn Nimrod. The people actually believed this outrageous lie and worshipped Tammuz and Semiramis herself as a Goddess. Later, the people called Semiramis Ishtar, Ashtur, and Easter.
Transcript: Favorite Family Memory Family photos Food Egg hunt Easter basket filled with candy Church more church By Akarsha Davis Egg Hunt Easter Presentation The Golden Egg!! An egg hunt is organized in the late afternoon for all age groups. Easter Morning Grandparents House What Easter Means To Me!
Transcript: Easter & Lent Presentation Lent Ends on Holy Thursday, three days before Easter In Roman Catholicism the Easter celebration consists of the lighting of the paschal candle, a service of lessons, called prophecies, followed by a blessing and mass Easter is the Main Holiday celebration of Christians. The Easter Holiday celebrates the ressurection of Jesus Christ It takes place from Holy Thursday to the Sunday that comes after. Lent Video Lent is spiritual preparation for the celebration of Easter. Easter Easter (cont.) Lent Begins on Ash Wednesday, which is a holy day where Christians from all around go to get ashes and blessings from their church. Easter means "seven Day Feast" in Latin. It also is derived from the goddess Eostre The End Lent (cont.) Lent also represents the forty days in which Jesus spent wandering the desert fasting. Lent Begins with Ash Wednesday and lasts for forty days.
Transcript: Easter Presentation When did Easter start? Easter started on Sunday, April 12, 2020. The day people celebrate Jesus Christ. How did it start? For Christians, Easter is associated with the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ approximately 2,000 years ago. How has it evolved? The naming of the celebration as “Easter” seems to go back to the name of a pre-Christian goddess in England, Eostre, who was celebrated at beginning of spring. The only reference to this goddess comes from the writings of the Venerable Bede, a British monk who lived in the late seventh and early eighth century. How do different countries celebrate it? In Europe, Easter is celebrated by lighting giant bonfires on hilltops and in churchyards on Easter Eve while in England it is celebrated through the exchange of Easter Eggs and other gifts like clothes, chocolates or holidays packages. Easter bonnets or baskets are also made that have fillings like daffodils in them. What are some of your traditions? Some of my traditions for Easter are finding Easter eggs or cracking Cascarones and that is really it. Favorite Easter memory My favorite Easter memory is when I found money in my egg hunt and then I lost it then somebody got mad at me because it was $20. Favorite Tradition My favorite tradition is when we have a Easter egg hunt and find one egg that has money it it. Favorite Easter Food My favorite Easter food is eating Turkey and some type of Pasta my grandma makes and its really good but we don't eat that much for Easter.
Transcript: Choir Arrangements for Worship Songs All The Earth Will Sing Your Praises This Blood-Prestonwood Open with Choir song Hosanna-Kirk Franklin End on a High Note Lead Me to The Cross Christ is Risen-Matt Maher Hymn-Christ The Lord has Risen Today Youth Human Video Take Me to The King-Tamela Mann Song by Guest Soloist Choir will have a seat and take a short break Thou, Oh Lord 2014 Easter Presentation Lead by a youth worship team member, as well as the youth doing a human video to this song. At this time, the youth will prepare for their human video, which will also be accompanied by the choir. Horn Arrangement Some Deeper Choir Arrangements Jesus Messiah-Chris Tomlin
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