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.
Victor Tseng will defend his dissertation entitled "Integrated passives and resonant inductive coupling as a displacement sensing mechanism for large piston/rotation micromirrors" at 03:00pm on Wednesday, December 10th in NRF 115 (the conference room in the NRF lobby). Refreshments will be provided.
Can Duan will defend her proposal entitled "Planar and Integrated MEMS Micromirrors Based Endoscopic OCT Imaging" at 1:00 pm on Monday, Nov. 24 in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Shancy Augustine will defend her dissertation titled "Development of low power fluidic control techniques for Lab-on-a-chip devices" at 3:00 pm on Friday, November 21 in NRF 115. Refreshments will be provided.
David Mills will defend his dissertation "A sapphire MEMS-based optical shear stress sensor for high-temperature applications" at 11:00 am on Monday, November 10 in Larsen 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Tiffany Reagan will defend her dissertation proposal entitled "A flush-mount MEMS piezoelectric microphone with through-silicon-vias for aeroacoustic flight testing applications" at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, October 22 in LAR 234. Refreshments will be provided.
Per Export Administration Regulations, which apply to the content of the proposal defense (ECCN 9E991), no persons from a sanctioned or embagoed entity is permitted to attend. This includes citizens of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria.
Prof. David Arnold is promoted to the rank of Full Professor, effective August 16. Promotion and tenure are important milestones in faculty careers, and are awarded based on contributions to UF, the engineering profession, and the society at large. IMG extends its warmest congratulations!
For his research contributions in the field of multiphase flow and enhanced heat and mass transfer in micro structures.
Congratualtions to Abdolreza Fazeli for receiving the Best Poster Award at this year's ASME International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels for his poster titled "Hierarchical Biphilic Micro/Nanostructures for Altering the Dynamics of Critical Heat Flux (CHF)".
It was the support from industry and government partners, our MIST faculty, and students that made this new venture possible.-- Toshi Nishida, MIST Center Director
|Exploration of ceramic dielectrics for microscale dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators|
|Characterization and demonstration of a floating element MEMS shear stress sensor for flow control applications|
|Microscale Magnetic Patterning Of Hard Magnetic Films Using Microfabricated Magnetizing Masks|
|Fabrication of magnetic microstructures by in situ crosslinking of magnetically assembled nanoparticles|
|Power management for small scale systems|