NNIN/C @ Michigan Webinar: Solving for Micro and Macro-scale Electrostatic Configurations using Robin Hood SolverSubmitted by Parameshwaran P... on Thu, 2013-03-07 18:25.
The NNIN/C at the University of Michigan will be hosting a presentation on “Solving for Micro and Macro-scale Electrostatic Configurations using Robin Hood Solver.”, which will be broadcast live as a web based seminar.
Topic: Solving for Micro and Macro-scale Electrostatic Configurations using Robin Hood Solver.
Date: March 14th, 2013
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT.
Toni Drabik, Sales Director at Artes Calculi Ltd.
Hrvoje Abraham, CEO, Artes Calculi Ltd.
The NNIN/C at the University of Michigan will be hosting a presentation on ”System Level Analysis & Simulation for MEMS”, which will be broadcast live as a web based seminar.
The Webinar will be webcast live from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT on 31st October, 2012.
The NNIN at the University of Michigan will be hosting a presentation on
” MEMS Virtual Prototyping for Debugging Your Process Flow.”, which
will be broadcast live as a web based seminar.
The Webinar will be webcast live from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT on 25th September, 2012.
The NNIN at the University of Michigan will be hosting a presentation on
” Anisotropic Etch Simulator for MEMS”, which will be broadcast live as
a web based seminar.
The Webinar will be webcast live from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT on 29th August, 2012.
CAD Tools for Co-simulation and Modelling of MEMS Devices, Associated Electronics and Packaging-Part TwoSubmitted by BShiari on Thu, 2012-04-19 14:39.
Date: April 24, 2012; Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm (EDT)
IntelliSuite was the first MEMS-specific CAD tool and has been under
development for over 20 years. In this free webinar, understand how this
industry-standard software can help MEMS designers, process engineers,
and professors save time and costs in the development cycle, share their
designs with others, and teach students about MEMS. The webinar will
cover: process development using virtual fabrication tools, etch recipe
development using process simulators, design rule checking and
cross-sectioning tools for MEMS layout, design exploration and
optimization using behavioral and parametric modeling, recent
developments in automated meshing algorithms, discussion of coupled
FEM-BEM solvers for MEMS multiphysics analysis, linking MEMS models to
ASME IMECE 2012: Symposium on Quality and Reliability of Electronic/Photonic Packaging, MEMS, and NEMSSubmitted by Frank W. DelRio on Tue, 2012-02-14 19:44.
We are currently soliciting abstracts for the 2012 ASME IMECE conference on November 9-15, 2012 in Houston, TX. The symposium is entitled Quality and Reliability of Electronic/Photonic Packaging, MEMS, and NEMS and is part of the Micro- and Nano- Systems Engineering and Packaging Track.
The call-for-papers for the symposium is as follows:
We are currently soliciting abstracts for the 2012 ASME IMECE conference on November 9-15, 2012 in Houston, TX. The symposium is entitled Tribology of Thin Films and Small-Scale Structures and is part of the Mechanics of Solids, Structures and Fluids Track.
I am looking for a postdoctoral position. I have expeience in finite element modeling and laboratory measurements of ultrasonic waves in ferroelectric and piezoelectric plates, piezoelectric transducers and actuators, MEMs. Also worked in the field of computational electromagnetics. Please look at the attached resume.
I would like to bring your attention to the contest on "Modeling and Simulation of Nano/Microsystems" at the University of Michigan. This is an international competition.
Energy harvesting is the process of converting energy that will otherwise be dissipated into the ambient environment, into useful energy to do work. I shall focus this discussion on motion-based energy harvesting. Motion-based energy harvesting is the process of converting dissipated mechanical energy into electrical energy. Sources of mechanical energy include the ocean waves, wind, human motion, vehicular traffic, and vibrations in buildings and bridges. This source of energy is ubiquitous and pervasive, and yet, it is one of the least developed energy harvesting technology.
Welcome to the January 2010 issue! In the issue of May 2007 , Prof. Xiaodong Li outlined the existing experimental methods for mechanical characterization of 1D nanostructures. In this issue, I will discuss along the same line but focus on experimental methods enabled by microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
The Lurie Nanofabrication Facility (LNF) is the University of Michigan site of the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) and is hiring a new domain expert in computation and modeling.
Develop and coordinate computational modeling and simulation capabilities for users of the LNF. Focus on capabilities related to MEMS/NEMS, including micro and nano fluidics devices and structures.
Support the needs of LNF community in terms of computational modeling and simulation of MEMS/NEMS devices and structures covering multiple domains involving mechanical, thermal, fluidic, and electronic signals.
Symmetry breaking, snap-through, and pull-in instabilities under dynamic loading of microelectromechanical shallow archesSubmitted by kaushik das on Fri, 2009-08-07 14:06.
Arch-shaped microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) have been used as mechanical memories, micro-relays, micro-valves, optical switches, and digital micro-mirrors. A bi-stable structure, such as an arch, is characterized by a multivalued load deflection curve. Here we study the symmetry breaking, the snap-through instability, and the pull-in instability of a bi-stable arch shaped MEMS under static and dynamic electric loads.<!--break--> Unlike a mechanical load, the electric load is a nonlinear function of the a priori unknown deformed shape of the arch.
Held in Seattle, Wa/ Feb 2010
I am a Mechanical Engineer with a Masters from Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. I have been working in various fields of Mechanical Engineering: Product development of forging components and in software development of hyper-elastic finite element software development.
I want to steer my career in to research and am looking for a PhD Position in and around the fields : FEM, Continuum mechanics, MEMS/NEMS. I have good educational credentials complemented by a sound industry exposure. And I have a GRE score of 1340 (Quant: 800; Verbal: 540) and have a sound development experience.Please let me know if you find my profile interesting for your requirement in the mentioned fields.
Measurements of near-ultimate strength for multiwalled carbon nanotubes and irradiation-induced crosslinking improvementsSubmitted by Horacio Espinosa on Fri, 2008-08-15 01:23.
For more than 15 years, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been the flagship material of nanotechnology. Researchers have conceived applications for nanotubes ranging from microelectronic devices to cancer therapy. Their atomic structure should, in theory, give them mechanical and electrical properties far superior to most common materials.
The Industry's First Commercially Available Off-The-Shelf MEMS Microhotplate For Chemical Sensors ApplicationsSubmitted by Mo Kebaili on Mon, 2008-06-23 16:53.
Laguna Beach, CA June 23, 2008 -- Kebaili Corporation a leading California based high-tech company in MEMS and nanotechnology, announced today the release of the KMHP-100 Series, the industry’s first commercially available off-the-shelf MEMS microhotplates for researchers and scientists in innovative chemical sensor research and development applications.
Adelaide, Australia, August 24 - 29, 2008
Final Announcement and Call for Papers