Phononic Sensors and Actuators Lab

IMG Members Will Be Presenting 11 Papers at the 33rd IEEE MEMS 2020 Conference in Vancouver, Canada!

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 Member Mayur Ghatge Publishes Research in Nature Electronics

Soon to graduate PhD member of IMG and Dr. Tabrizian’s research group, Mayur Ghatge, recently published a great paper in Nature Electronics titled, “An Ultrathin Integrated Nanoelectromechanical Transducer Based on Hafnium Zirconium Oxide.” Awesome work Mayur!

Check out his paper here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41928-019-0305-3

Mayur Ghatge selected finalist for the Outstanding Paper Award-Oral at Transducers 2019, Berlin

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.

IMG @ IEEE MEMS 2019

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.

 

IMG 2018 Kick-Off Meeting

Congratulations to all of this year's IMG Award recipients, and a special thanks to all those who have contributed to our group. This year's kick-off meeting focused on the future of our group, and making it evident that "our most valuable asset is you". Let us continue working as a team and setting a precedent for research groups all around. 

The IMG Awards recognize outstanding achievements and contributions of student members in our organization. The research award honors the exceptional academic impact the students have made in their field, and the service award acknowledges the hard work the students have put into improving and maintaining the quality of IMG.

  •  Xiao Jiang won the IMG Excellence in Research.
  •  Nicolas Garraud and Richard Rode won the IMG Excellence in Service.

2017 IMG Annual Report

The IMG faculty are pleased to release the IMG annual report for the calendar year 2017. This document is a record of the group activities, achievements and finances for the previous year. You are encouraged to refer to this document if needed.

The 2017 IMG Annual Report can be downloaded here.