5 Papers Accepted for Transducers 2019

The 4 papers have been accepted for presentation at Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems (Transducers 2019) to be held in Berlin, Germany on June 23-27, 2019.

  1. Y. Yu and M. Rinaldi, “Chip Scale Micro-acoustic Radio Frequency Gyrator”
  2. B. Herrera, F. Pop, C. Cassella and M. Rinaldi, “AlN PMUT-Based Ultrasonic Power Transfer Links for Implantable Electronics”
  3. F. Pop, B. Herrera, W. Zhu, M. Assylbekova, C. Cassella, N. McGruer, and M. Rinaldi, “Zero-Power Acoustic Wake-up Receiver Based on DMUT Transmitter, PMUT Arrays Receivers and MEMS Switches for Intrabody Links”
  4. S. D. Calisgan, S. Kang, V. Rajaram, Z. Qian, M. Rinaldi, “Threshold-triggered MEMS-CMOS Infrared Resonant Detector with Near-Zero Standby Power Consumption”
  5. G. Chen and M. Rinaldi, “Super High Frequency Lateral-Field Excited Aluminum Nitride Cross-sectional Lame Mode Resonators”

Congratulations!

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Outstanding Paper Award at MEMS 2019

The paper S. Kang, Z. Qian, V. Rajaram, S D Calisgan and M. Rinaldi “Chip-scale MEMS-CMOS Multispectral Infrared Chemical Sensor”, has been honored as a winner of the Outstanding Paper Award at the 32nd IEEE Internatioanl Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS 2019) held on January 27 – 31 in Seoul, Korea.

Congratulations!

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3 Paper Accepted for IFCS-EFTF 2019

The 3 papers have been accepted for presentation at IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium and European Frequency and Time Forum (IFCS-EFTF) to be held in Orlando, Florida on April 14-18, 2019.

  1. G. Chen and M. Rinaldi, “High-Q X-Band Aluminum Nitride Combined Overtone Resonators”
    (Finalist in the Best Student Paper Competition)
  2. F. Pop, B. Herrera, C. Cassella and M. Rinaldi, “pMUT-based Real-Time (RT) Acoustic Discovery Architecture (ADA) for Intrabody Networks (IN)” (Finalist in the Best Student Paper Competition)
  3. M. Pirro, C. Cassella, G. Michetti and M. Rinaldi “Low loss non reciprocal filter for miniaturized RF-front-end platforms” (Finalist in the Best Student Paper Competition)

Congratulations!



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Our Project Awarded the Resilience Solutions Grant

Our project “Battery-less Infrared Sensor Tags for Reliable Occupancy Sensing (BISTROS)” has been selected for the Resilience Solutions Grant Award 
in Northeastern’s GapFund360 program sponsored by the Global Resilience Institute. GapFund360 is a new funding program at Northeastern University (NU) overseen by the Center for Research Innovation (CRI) will help faculty researchers bridge the gap between promising lab results and commercially viable prototypes.

Congratulations!

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Ryan Sungho Kang passed his MS Thesis Defense!

Ryan Sungho Kang successfully defended his MS Thesis entitled “Ultra-narrowband Metamaterial Absorbers for Multispectral Infrared Microsystems” on Dec 6th 2018.

Congratulations and good luck with the continuation of the PhD program!

Committee Members and Defendant: (from left to right) Prof. Matteo Rinaldi, MS Thesis Defendant Ryan Sungho Kang, Prof.  Yongmin Liu and Prof. Cristian Cassella

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