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.
Daniel Blood will defend his dissertation "Simulation, Part Path Correction, and Automated Process Parameter Selection for Ultrashort Pulsed Laser Micromachining of Sapphire" on Friday, June 27 in Larsen 234 at 1:00. Refreshments and drinks will be provided, and all are encouraged to attend.
Cheolbok Kim will defend his dissertation, entitled “Integrated Microwave Antennas and Passive Filters Uisng 3D Microfabrication and Metamaterial Architectures” at 10 am on Tuesday, Mune 17th in NEB 589. Refreshments will be provided.
Victor Tseng will defend his dissertation proposal, entitled "Integrated passives and resonant inductive coupling as a position sensing mechanism for large displacement/rotation micromirrors" at 02:00pm on Monday, April 14th in LAR 234.
Refreshments will be provided.
Aneesh Koka will defend his dissertation, entitled “Dynamic Response Analysis of Piezoelectric Nanowire Arrays Based Nanoelectromechanical Systems” at 1 pm on Monday, March 24th in LAR 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Aneesh Koka and Dr. Henry A. Sodano have won the ASME Best Paper Award in Material Systems for their research article on "High-sensitivity Accelerometer Composed of Ultra-long Barium Titanate Nanowire Arrays" that was published in Nature Communications. The ASME Aerospace Division presents two awards annually: Best Paper in Structures and Best Paper in Material Systems selected from all journal articles published in 2013. Aneesh and Dr. Sodano's published article was chosen as the best paper in material systems for the year 2013.
IMG will present six papers at the upcoming Hilton Head Workshop in June 2014 (www.hh2014.org):
Sheng-Po Fang, a PhD student in Dr. YK Yoon's group, has been selected by the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society and Florida Society for Microscopy as the 2014 recipient of the Grand Prize in Materials Processing Student Poster Award. This annual award is used to recognize students who meet exemplary academic achievement and contributions to the community.
Camilo Velez Cuervo won 1st place in the BME Research Photogrpahy Contest for his submission titled "Nano van Gogh". The optical microscope image shows Fe-Co nanoparticles that self-assembled into an interesting fractal-type pattern.
Daniel Blood will defend his dissertation proposal "Simulation, Part Path Correction, and Automated Process Parameter Selection for Ultrashort Pulsed Laser Micro-Machining of Sapphire" on Thursday, January 16 in MAE-B 210 at 1:00. Refreshments and drinks will be provided, and all are encouraged to attend.
|Technology development for short-period magnetic undulators|
|Increased multilayer fabrication and RF characterization of a high density stacked MIM capacitor based on selective etching|
|Microscale Magnetic Patterning Of Hard Magnetic Films Using Microfabricated Magnetizing Masks|
|Collection of magnetic particles from synovial fluid using Nd-Fe-B micromagnets|
|Imprinting of fine-scale magnetic patterns in electroplated hard magnetic films using magnetic foil masks|