IMG Member Ladan Jiracek recently presented at the Society for Neuroscience Conference in San Diego, California! He presented his work, “Tissue-Engineered Electronic Nerve Interfaces (TEENI): Improved Design, Fabrication, and Packaging Using Aggressive In Vitro Reliability Testing”. Thank you for representing IMG so well!
Congratulations to Morteza Alipanahrostami and Minh-Chau Le for representing Dr. Hugh Fan’s Lab at the 2022 ASME IMECE conference in Columbus, Ohio (Oct. 30-Nov. 3)! Morteza presented his paper titled: “Integration of Minivalves with RNA Amplification Device for Simultaneous Detection of SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza Viruses”. Minh-Chau presented her paper on “Microfluidic Devices for Isolating and Releasing Disseminated Tumor Cells in Bone Marrow.” Go Gators!
IMG PhD student, Faysal Hakim, received the Best Paper Award (runner up) at Hilton Head Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Workshop (Hilton Head 2022).
The award-winning paper is titled “X-Band Ferroelectric-on-Si Fin Bulk Acoustic Resonators with f.Q of 0.8*1013.”
Congratulations to Faysal Hakim on receiving this prestigious award, and for representing IMG well.
IMG will have a strong presence at this year's Hilton Head Workshop 2022: A Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Workshop from June 5th to June 9th.
If you find yourself at the workshop, please try to stop by their works. A big congratulations to all the authors below!
- X-BAND FERROELECTRIC-ON-SI FIN BULK ACOUSTIC RESONATORS (FOS-FINBAR) WITH f.Q OF 0.8×1013
- Faysal Hakim and Roozbeh Tabrizian
Dicheng Mo, IMG PhD student and a member of Tabrizian group, is selected as a finalist for the 'Student Best Paper' competition at the 2022 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium (IFCS), to be held in Paris this month. Dicheng, along with his co-authors Shaurya Dabas and Sushant Rassay, is demonstrating the first intrinsically configurable bulk acoustic wave resonator and filter with dual-frequency operation at 7 and 14 GHz. Congratulations to Dicheng and the co-authors, and best wishes for the competition.
IMG will be represented this month at the IEEE IFCS 2022.
A 7 GHz – 13.4 GHz Complementary-Switchable Thickness-Extensional Bulk Acoustic Resonator Using Laminated Ferroelectric Sc0.28Al0.72N
Dicheng Mo, Shaurya Dabas, Sushant Rassay, Roozbeh Tabrizian
Intrinsically Tunable Laminated Ferroelectric Sc0.28Al0.72N Extensional Resonator Based on Local Polarization Switching
Shaurya Dabas, Dicheng Mo, Sushant Rassay, Roozbeh Tabrizian
IMG members will be making a great showing at IEEE ISAF 2021 this year! Kartik Sondhi (advised by Dr. Nishida and Dr. Fan), and Troy Tharpe, Sushant Rassay, and Shaurya Dabas (all advised by Dr. Tabrizian) have had papers accepted to present at the virtual conference this May! Congratulations!
IMG will be represented this week at the IEEE IFCS / ISAF 2020.
Thickness Scaling of Ferroelectricity In Reactively Sputtered Sc0.22Al0.78N (Invited Talk); Roozbeh Tabrizian, University of Florida, United States
Al0.7Sc0.3N Acoustically Coupled Filters with Large Bandwidth and Frequency Tunability; Sushant Rassay, Faysal Hakim, Roozbeh Tabrizian, University of Florida, United States
Congratulations to the students and researchers from IMG who were accepted to present at the 33rd IEEE MEMS 2020 Conference in Vancouver, Canada! IEEE MEMS is one of the largest conferences for MEMS experts to converge at. Overall, 11 papers from IMG were accepted out of 800+ abstracts submitted worldwide, as seen below:
Dr. David Arnold’s Group: