This thesis has two areas of focus: the application of the dynamic similarity principle in microelectromechancial systems (MEMS) and nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) and the study of anomalous phase noise (APN) in MEMS and NEMS. In the first portion of the thesis, we employ the dynamic similarity principle to predict the quality factor due to gas damping in MEMS and NEMS. In the second portion of the thesis, we provide a theoretical framework for sources of phase noise in MEMS and NEMS and describe the measurements that we made to quantify the temperature dependence of anomalous phase noise in silicon doubly clamped beams.
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MEMS, Sensors, Acoustics and the Cochlea - Robert …
However, RF-MEMS switches have been mostly demonstrated as standalone processes and have started to be used as commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) devices recently.
"Microelectromechanical (MEMS) VLSI structures for …
Dr. Hsu teaches dynamics, engineering analysis, senior design projects, and microsystems design, manufacture and packaging. His research interest is in the application of thermomechanics in MEMS design and packaging, and nano scale engineering. He has published 5 books and edited 2 others in finite element methods, CAD, and MEMS as well as over 120 technical papers through peer review systems. He has served as a department Chair in both Canada and USA for 12 years. He was invited to deliver keynote speeches on miniaturization technologies, i.e. micro and nano technologies and micromechatronics at numerous international conferences and symposia in USA and abroad.
Pull-in of an RF MEMS Switch - COMSOL Multiphysics
Robert D. White, Peter Lewis, and Brian Smith "Packaging of MEMSfor Aerodynamic Measurements" in the 43rd iMAPS New England Symposiumand Expo, Boxborough, MA, May 3, 2016. Invited talk.
"MEMS microphone design." by James Sliepenbeek
Micro- and Nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) sensors andactuators, microfabrication processes and materials, and computationalmodeling of micro-electromechanical systems. These interests aredirected towards device development and engineering science in micro-and nano-technology, with an emphasis on acoustic sensing, wind tunnelinstrumentation, dynamic systems, and robotic systems.
PhD in Mechanical Engineering - Washington University …
Dr Chen-Kuei Chung received his B.E. and Ph.D. degrees of Materials from National TsingHua University, Taiwan, in 1989 and 1994 respectively. From 1994 to 2002, he worked inIndustrial Technology Research Institute for further technology research and developmentincluding the process development and integration of MEMS technologies and keycomponents such as inkjet printhead, IR sensor array and biochip. He joined the Departmentof Mechanical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University (ME/NCKU) in August, 2002,was promoted to Associate Professor in 2005, and then to full Professor in 2009. He haspublished more than 125 Int’l Journal Papers, 5 book chapters and more than 100 Int’lConference Papers and holds more than 35 patents granted. Dr. Chung’s research interests aremicro-nano material science and engineering, and fabrication, characterization and processintegration of MEMS/NEMS devices for sensor, actuator and LIGA application, especially inthe advanced hybrid pulse anodization, characterization and application.