Woosol Lee will present his dissertation defense on March 10th 8:30 AM, the topic will be "High efficiency wireless power transfer using advanced metamaterial and metaconductor"
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I will be presenting my PhD. Dissertation Defense titled "Scandium-Aluminum-Nitride Nano-Electro-Mechanical Transducers for Integrated Ferroelectric Devices" tomorrow and I invite everyone to attend it via Zoom:- https://ufl.zoom.us/j/96506642182?pwd=aEhvSGc3MHB0YmlUTVMxOUFDMkJhZz09
Date : 8th December 2022
Time : 10am to 12pm
For several decades implantable bioelectronic neural interfaces have provided significant health benefits for patients suffering from various neurological diseases, deficits, or injuries. As the channel counts have increased, often so to do the therapeutic benefits of neuromodulation-based therapy. However, the lack of development of implantable connector technology for high-channel-count implants is limiting their successful development and translation to clinical trials. Existing commercial implant connector technology is limited to low channel counts (8 ch/lead).
Carlos will defend his Ph.D. dissertation titled "Miniaturized Platforms for on-site Pathogen Detection using Paper-Based Nucleic Acid Extraction and Isothermal Amplification" this Tuesday (10/18/2022) at 1 PM.
Please join us on zoom to support Carlos at his dissertation defense.
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2022
Time: 1:00 PM
Paul Chojecki will give his defense titled: "Ferroelectric Capacitors: End-of-life Compact Modeling with Performance and Reliability Emphasis"
Aftab Bhanvadia will defend his dissertation titled: "Development of additive microfabrication processes using stereolithography for functional devices".
Pablo Dopico will defend his dissertation titled: "Isolation of Circulating Tumor Cells using Microfluidics and the Analysis of Tumor DNA during Cancer Therapy" on Thursday, October 21st at 1:00 PM.
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Brett Freidkes will defend his dissertation titled: "The Design and Characterization of a MEMS-Based Dual-Axis Wall Shear Stress Sensor" on Wednesday, August 25th at 2:00 PM.
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Sara Mills will defend her dissertation titled: "Fabrication of thick and stable magnetic nanoparticle films via electrophoretic deposition for power component applications" on July 14th at 1:00pm.
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