Dr. Arnold's Research group specializes in:
- Micro/nanostructured magnetic materials
- Magnetic microsystems and electromechanical transducers
- Biomedical applications of magnetic systems
- Compact (<100 W) power/energy systems (wireless power, energy harvesting, interface circuits)
This diverse group of researchers and students are participating in projects involving the fabrication of new magnetic nanocomposite materials on semiconductor substrates, using magnetic microdiscs for capture and detection of bacteria (e.g. E. coli), inventing new wireless charging systems for wearables/implantables, and developing compact ULF/ELF radio transmitters for localization, imaging, and more.