Guofeng Chen has passed his PhD Thesis Defense!

Guofeng Chen successfully defended his PhD Thesis entitled “Piezoelectric μ-Resonators for Low-Power and Low-Cost IoT Communication Nodes” on September 10th 2019.

Committee Members and Defendant: (from left to right) Prof. Marvin Onabajo, Prof. Matteo Rinaldi, PhD Thesis Defendant Guofeng Chen, and Prof. Tommaso Melodia (not in the picture)

Congratulations and good luck with your future in industry!

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One paper accepted at SENSORS 2019 (Montreal, Canada)

Sila Deniz Calisgan, Vageeswar Rajaram, Zhenyun Qian, Sungho Kang, Antea Risso, and Matteo Rinaldi, “Zero-Power Chemical Sensor Based on a Polymer/Metal Micromechanical Switch”

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Two papers accepted for oral presentation at IUS 2019 (Glasgow, UK)

1.   F. Pop, B. Herrera, C. Cassella, M. Rinaldi, “Novel Phased-Array Platform based on Directly Modulated Ultrasonic Transducers (dMUT)”, IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2019

2.   B. Herrera, F. Pop, C. Cassella, M. Rinaldi, “pMUT-Enabled Underwater Acoustic Source Localization System”, IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2019

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Our IR sensor technology receives TechConnect National Innovation Award

Our Zero-Power Infrared Digitizing Sensor has been selected as a 2019 TechConnect National Innovation Awardee. It will be featured at the TechConnect World Conference June 17-19, in Boston, MA, US.

The annual TechConnect Innovation Awards select leading early-stage innovations from around the world through an industry-review process of the top 15% of annually submitted technologies into the TechConnect World Conference.

Congratulations!

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5 Papers Accepted for Transducers 2019

The 5 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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