MEMS, BioMEMS, and MEMS For Energy: Processes, Materials, and Devices II (MN-TuM)
Tuesday, Oct 22 2019 8:00AM, Room A214
Moderated by: Robert Davis, Brigham Young University; Zenghui Wang, Case Western Reserve University
Abstracts (Use Expand/Collapse icon in first column to see/hide details)
SchedulePaper #Invited TalkTitle
8:00 AMMN-TuM-1Near-Zero Power Integrated Microsystems for the IoT
8:40 AMMN-TuM-3Development of Inorganic Metal Salt Inks for Printable Sensor Applications
9:00 AMMN-TuM-4Void-Free Copper Electrodeposition in Full Wafer Thickness Through-Silicon Vias with 10:1 Aspect Ratios
9:20 AMMN-TuM-5Ion-Conducting Materials and Devices for Cold Atom Microsystems
9:40 AMMN-TuM-6Determining the Material Properties of Carbon Nanotube Structures Through Cantilever Resonances
11:00 AMMN-TuM-10Nanoporous Titanium Nitride Electrodes for Biosensing
11:20 AMMN-TuM-11Toward a Simple Process for Fabricating Multi-channel Neural Probes on Optical Fiber Substrates
11:40 AMMN-TuM-12A Low-Temperature Packaging Process for Mechanically-Adaptive Neural Interfaces for Microfluidic-Aided Drug Delivery
12:00 PMMN-TuM-13Vascular Graft Pressure-Flow Monitoring Using Nanocomposite Carbon Black/PDMS Based Strain Sensors
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