Aftab will defend his proposal, entitled: "Development of microstereolithography processes for large area microfabrication of multifunctional devices", on Monday, Oc. 7th, at 10:30am in NRF 115.
Longtime IMG member, Kartik Sondhi, is celebrating his recent paper titled “Characterization of Bending, Crease, Aging, and Immersion Effects on Flexible Screen-Printed Silver Traces” published in IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology! He has also been accepted to the IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara this coming November! Congratulations!
His paper: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8851266
The speaker for this week's seminar is the new IMG faulty memmber, Dr. Philip Feng, whose talk is on
Multimode Resonant MEMS in Liquid: from Microscale Chladni Patterns to Cancer Cell Cluster Analysis
The UF Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department chair, Dr. Scott Banks, traveled to Seattle this week to meet with Boeing engineers, including Patrick King and former UF IMG alumni Brandon Bertolucci, Dylan Alexander, Todd Schultz, and Ashley Jones (not pictured). IMG and the Gator Nation are everywhere!
The speakers for this week's seminar are:
11:55am - 12:20pm: James Fleetwood (Invited speaker - UF): Safety Simplified for IMG Researchers
12:20pm - 12:45pm: Dr. Chuck Hages (Invited speaker - UF): Developing next-generation semiconductors for energy research
1) Abstract: Curious about what safety concerns you are missing? Learn what resources HWCOE Safety has to offer and how Safety can work for you! From chemical safety to ergonomics HWCOE Safety has you covered.
IMG warmly welcomes its newest faculty member—Dr. Philip Feng! Dr. Feng and his research group focus primarily on emerging semiconductor devices and integrated systems, and he has received numerous awards including the prestigious NSF CAREER Award. We believe he will be a great addition to our community!
For more information on Dr. Feng and his group, follow this link: https://www.img.ufl.edu/people/philip-feng
Today, IMG hosted students from the University of Tokyo as they travel across the United States for an international workshop. We had the pleasure of sharing some of our work with these researchers and hearing about their exciting projects!
For this week seminar, we will have Dr, Sae Miller talking about "Research Overview & Thermo–Acoustic Combustion Instability"
This presentation contains two parts. The first includes an overview of the PI’s research program, students, and teaching. The second discusses combustion instability, which causes rocket and jet engine failure. We will examine important equations for combustion instability and combustion acoustics.
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.
Renuka Bowrothu will defend her proposal, entitled: "Energy Efficient Passives for 5G Applications" on Thursay, April 25th at 3:00pm in NRF 115. Light refreshments will be provided.