The Interdisciplinary Microsystems Group (IMG) is a college-wide multi-departmental education and research program of the College of Engineering at the University of Florida.
1st speaker : Mayur Ghatage
Power Insensitive Silicon Crystal cut for Amplitude Stable Frequency Synthesis
2nd speaker : Paul Chojecki
Improvement of Ferroelectric RAM performance through stress engineering
Glen Walters will defend his proposal entitled "Scaling and Design of Thin Film Ferroelectric Hafnium Oxide for Memory and Logic Devices" at 3pm on Monday, December 12th in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Dr. Z. Hugh Fan from the Interdisciplinary Microsystem Group (IMG) was elected as an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow for 2016. He's among the 5 newly named 2016 AAAS Fellows at the University of Florida. Dr. Fan was awarded for his distinguished establishment in Microfluidics, particularly for platform development and biomedical applications. IMG extends its warmest congratulations!
1st speaker : Casey Barnard
Development of an aerodynamic wall shear stress measurement system
2nd speaker : Seahee Hwangbo
An EMI Emmune GPS Array Antenna for UAV & Drone Application
John Rogers will defend his dissertation entitled "A Passive Wireless MEMS Dynamic Pressure Sensor for Harsh Environments" at 11:00 AM on Monday, November 21st in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Rob Carroll will defend his dissertation entitled "Microfabricated Magneto-Mechanical Oscillator Device for Tuning and Characterization of Bandgap Response Behaviors" at 9am on Thursday, November 17th in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Speaker 1: Nnenna Lindsay and Cherie Oertel (Counseling and Wellness Center)
Living a Balanced Lifestyle
Speaker 2: Xiaoyang Zhang (Dr. Xie’s Group)
A Wide-angle Immersed MEMS Mirror and Its Application in Optical Coherence Tomography
Abstract: This talk introduces a MEMS mirror that can perform large angular scanning in a liquid. Wide-angle OCT imaging results with this submerged MEMS mirror will also be presented.
Xiaoyang Zhang will defend his dissertation entitled "Robust Electrothermally Actuated Scanner for Fiberoptic Endoscopic Imaging and Wide-angle Optics" at 12:45 pm on Tudesday, November 8th in NRF 115 (conference room). Refreshments will be provided.
Seahee Hwangbo, a current IMG member, has received the 2016 IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society (AP-S) Doctoral Research Fellowship Award. The IEEE AP-S awards up to 10 PhD fellowships each year to encourage students to pursue a career in the area of Electromagnetics. The awards are intended to support students involved in project work directed by a faculty member at their institution who is a member of the IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society. The title of her research is: "Millimeter-wave Wireless Interconnects for Intra-/Inter chip Communications using Through Glass Via (TGV) Disc-loaded Antennas in 3D-IC" under the supervision of Dr. Y.K. Yoon.
The award selection is based on creativity and quality of the proposed
project, discussion of the technical interests and skills of the student.
IMG has developed a new graduate certificate program in "Microsystem Technology."
Certificate Description: The Microsystem Technology certificate prepares students for the complex, interdisciplinary development of microsystem technologies such as microactuators, microsensors, microfluidic devices, micropower systems, microoptical devices, and other microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
Requirements for Admission: A bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a regionally accredited institution. Students must be registered in a graduate degree program in the College of Engineering and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Requirements for Completion: Students must complete the following courses (9 credits total) with a grade of B or higher:
2. Any two of the following:
To register for the certificate, apply here: http://admissions.ufl.edu/start.html (scroll down to the "Certificate" section and follow the prompts). After completing the program requirements, you will earn a printed certificate, and a notation will be made on your UF transcript. For more information, email Dr. Arnold (darnold [at] ufl [dot] edu)
|Investigation of magnetic microdiscs for bacterial pathogen detection|
|A large range micro-XZ-stage with monolithic integration of electrothermal bimorph actuators and electrostatic comb drives|
|An Optical Coherence Tomography Endoscopic Probe Based on a Tilted MEMS Mirror|
|SPIE ProceedingsElectro-thermal MEMS fiber scanner for endoscopic optical coherence tomography (Conference Presentation)|
|A tri-modal miniature probe for in vivo imaging|