Philip Feng Research Group
Congratulations to UF ECE and IMG Ph.D.
The cover of Applied Physics Letters' first issue of 2022 features the work of IMG members Dr. Jaesung Lee and Prof. Philip Feng and their collaborator. In the article, “Design of strongly nonlinear graphene nanoelectromechanical systems in quantum regime,” the authors show that atomically thin nonlinear nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) can offer sufficient anharmonicity for quantum NEMS to behave like artificial atoms, thus feasible to enable qubit devices with much smaller footprints than today’s qubit hardware.
The recent article titled, "Resolving Mechanical Properties and Morphology Evolution of Free-Standing Ferroelectric Hf0.5Zr0.5O2" targets the accurate extraction of Young's modulus, built-in stress, and crystal morphology change upon release of hafnia-zirconia thin films. Hafnia-zirconia is uniquely positioned to revolutionize nanoscale transducers, allowing for nanomechanical sensors and actuators to be monolithically integrated within CMOS.
Haoran Wang will defend his dissertation entitled "Development of piezoelectric micromachined ultrasonic transducers (pMUTs) for endoscopic photoacoustic imaging applications" at 12:00 pm on March 23rd.
Zoom link: https://ufl.zoom.us/j/3296998262
Meeting ID: 329 699 8262
Liang Zhou will defend his dissertation entitled "Electrothermal MEMS Scanning Mirrors and Lenses with Large Range and High Robustness for Two-Photon Microscopy" at 03:00 pm on Wednesday, August 12th.
Meeting ID: 738 029 4173
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: