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:
IMG faculty member, Dr. Z. Hugh Fan, saw his group make a big showing at the MicroTAS 2019 Conference in Basel, Switzerland! His students Pablo Dopico, Carlos Manzanas, and Karim Yousry are presenting their work there this week. Nice job!
Check out the conference here: https://www.microtas2019.org/
IMG makes a big splash at NanoDay 2019 held in the UF Nanoscale Research Facility! Many IMG members have participated in the event by submitting research posters, and IMG professor Dr. Jack Judy was one of the main organizers. See more info about the event here: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/nimet/events/nanoday2019/
IMG Member Keisha Castillo-Torres attended the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration in Orlando, FL this past week. GHC is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists, and she was nominated to participate through their Community Cohorts pathway program.
For more info, follow this link: https://ghc.anitab.org/2019-attend/
Congratulations to Mayur Ghatge for being selected as the finalist for 'Outstanding Paper Award' in Oral category at The 20th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems (TRANSDUCERS 2019). He was selected for the demonstration of thinnest ever reported transducer based on 10nm ferroelectric Hafnium Zirconium Oxide film.
UF and IMG were represented at the SPIE Photonic West 2019 in February 2019 in San Francisco, California.
A fiber scanner based on a robust Cu/W bimorph electrothermal MEMS stage (Oral)
Liang Zhou, Zhi Li, Mengyue Liang, Yanping Chen, Xiaoyang Zhang, and Huikai Xie
University of Florida
Development of an electrothermal MEMS mirror based two-photon microscopy probe (Poster)
UF and IMG will be represented at the upcoming IEEE MEMS 2019 in January 2019 in Seoul, South Korea.
A 10nm-THICK HAFNIUM ZIRCONIUM OXIDE PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSDUCER FOR EXTREME MINIATURIZATION OF INTEGRATED SENSORS AND ACTUATORS
Mayur Ghatge, Glen Walters, Toshikazu Nishida, Roozbeh Tabrizian
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL., USA.
UF and IMG were represented at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics SciTech Forum and Exposition in January 2019 in San Diego, California.
Development of a Two-Dimensional Wall Shear Stress Sensor for Wind Tunnel Applications (Oral)
B. Freidkes, D. Mills, C. Keane, L. Ukeiley, and M. Sheplak
University of Florida, Interdisciplinary Consulting Corporation, Sandia National Laboratories
A High-Temperature Optical Sapphire Pressure Sensor for Harsh Environments (Oral)
H. Zhou, D. Mills, A. Vera, A. Garraud, W. Oates, and M. Sheplak
University of Florida, Interdisciplinary Consulting Corporation, Florida State University