Tom G. Mackay — Book chapters


  1. A.C. Fisher, T.G. Mackay, G. Bernacca, M.M. Tolland and D. J. Wheatley, 'The development of a bioprosthetic heart valve in the university environment: a case study', in The Influence of New Technologies on Medical Practice, J.P. Paul, P. Rappelsberger and P.W. Schütz, editors, Wilhelm Maudrich, Vienna, Austria, pp.171-182, 1991.

  2. G.M. Bernacca, T.G. Mackay and D.J. Wheatley, 'In vitro calcification studies on bovine pericardial heart valves', in The Future of Heart Valve Bioprostheses, S. Gabbay and R.W.M. Frater, editors, Silent Partner Inc., Austin, TX, USA, pp.25-39, 1994.

  3. D.J. Wheatley, G.M. Bernacca and T.G. Mackay, 'In vitro calcification as a model for the clinical behaviour of prosthetic heart valves', in Advances in Anti-Calcific and Anti-Degenerative Treatments of Heart Valve Bioprostheses, S. Gabbay and D.J. Wheatley, editors, Silent Partner Inc., Austin, TX, USA, pp.139-155, 1997.

  4. T.G. Mackay and W.S. Weiglhofer, 'A review of homogenization studies for biaxial bianisotropic materials', in Advances in Electromagnetics of Complex Media and Metamaterials, S. Zouhdi, A. Sihvola and M. Arsalane, editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp.211-228, 2003.

  5. T.G. Mackay, 'Homogenization of linear and nonlinear complex composite materials', in Introduction to Complex Mediums for Optics and Electromagnetics, W.S. Weiglhofer and A. Lakhtakia, editors, SPIE Press, Bellingham, WA, USA, pp.317-345, 2003.

  6. T.G. Mackay and A. Lakhtakia, 'Anisotropy and bianisotropy', in Encyclopedia of RF and Microwave Engineering; Volume 1, K. Chang, editor, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, USA, pp.137-146, 2005.

  7. T.G. Mackay, 'Electromagnetic theory of materials', in Photonics, Volume 1: Fundamentals of Photonics and Physics, D.L. Andrews, editor, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, USA, pp.165-204, 2015.

  8. T.G. Mackay and A. Lakhtakia, 'Chiral sculptured thin films for optical sensing of analytes in fluids', in Nanomaterials for Water Management: Signal Amplification for Biosensing from Nanostructures, I. Abdulhalim and R.S. Marks, editors, Pan Stanford Publishing, Singapore, pp.201-220, 2015.


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