Dr. David Arnold has joined the editorial board of the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, a leading journal in the field of MEMS/microsystem technology. More information about this journal can be found here.
international center as recipients of the UF International Student Academic Award. The award highlights outstanding contributions of international students at the University of Florida in an effort to promote and foster exemplary academic achievement and service to UF diverse community. Kim and , current members, have been selected by the
For more information please visit http://www.ufic.ufl.edu/iss/UFdepAwards.html
Congratulations Cheolbok and Xiaoyu.
Dr. Henry Sodano Awarded the American Society for Composites 2012 Young Composites Researcher Award.
The Young Composites Researcher Award is given to a member of the
composites community who early in their career has made a significant
impact on the science and technology of composite materials through a
sustained research effort.
Congratulations to Xiaoyu Cheng on receiving the IEEE Antenna and Propagation Soceity (AP-S) Doctoral Research Award! The IEEE AP-S awards up to ten 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 AP-S. The title of his research is: "A Foldable Biomedical Telemetry Platform Based on Flexible Substrates." The award selection is based on creativity and quality of the proposed project, discussion of the technical interests and skills of the student as well as the recommendation letter.
Congratulations to Zak Kaufman for being selected as a Goldwater Scholar! The Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship is awarded to approximately 300 college sophomores and juniors across the nation. Universities are only allowed to nominate four undergraduate students to compete for the final scholarship. This makes it the most prestigious award for undergraduate students in the fields of science and engineering. The scholarship is awarded based on the nominee's field of study, career objectives, and the potential for the student to make a significant contribution to his or her field.
The Materials Science Division of the Army Research Office has selected Prof. Henry Sodano's proposal titled "Photoresponsive Polymers for Autonomous Structural Materials with Controlled Toughening and Healing" to be awarded $640,000 (11/2011 - 10/2015). Congratulations Prof. Sodano!
DARPA Microsystems Technology Office has selected Dr. Saeed Moghaddam's proposal entitled "Thermohydraulic and Material Characterization of Nanostructured Wicks" to receive $0.8M in research funding. Congratulations, Dr. Moghaddam!
Dr. Matt Williams, a recent graduate of IMG, has been selected by the UF College of Engineering as the 2011-2012 recipient of the Attribute of Gator Engineering Graduate Student Award for Integrity. As a recipient of this award, Matt is recognized for being "honest, ethical, willing to work for achievements (persistent, hard-working, determined), and impelled toward right action." Congratulations, Matt!
Shuo Cheng has been selected by the UF College of Engineering as the 2011-2012 recipient of the Attribute of Gator Engineering Graduate Student Award for Professional Excellence. He was selected based the criteria of being "technically competent, skilled in management and planning, problem-solving, and scientifically insightful." Shuo will be recognized by Dean Abernathy in an awards ceremony in August.
|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|