IMG Ph.D. student Sai Pranesh Amirisetti was named the Best Teaching Assistant award for 2021-22 by the ECE Graduate Student Organization. Sai is a TA for the Semiconductor Fabrication Lab, where students learn microfabrication techniques and fabricate a diode and MEMS devices.
News and events of David Arnold's Research Group
For over thirty years, the Hawaiian bobtail squid Euprymna scolopes has served as a model to understand the influences of beneficial bacteria on animal development and elucidate the molecular mechanisms of specificity during the establishment and maintenance of environmentally transmitted symbioses.
We are developing ultra-compact antennas, where the antenna size is much smaller than the electromagnetic wavelength.
Pervasive wireless connectivity is a must for today’s interconnected world. Many MHz-GHz communication systems require antennas with physical sizes that can be much larger than the entire size of the system. It is difficult to achieve good antenna performance if the size of the antenna is less than 1/10ththe electromagnetic wavelength (e.g. minimum of 3 cm at 1 GHz)
Connor Smith will defend his dissertation titled: "Magnetic 0-3 Nanocomposites for Power, Stretchable/Flexible, and Radio-Frequency Applications" on June 18th at 10:00am.
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