As unconventional as it may sound, at Dynamic Microsystems Lab we are most passionate about “secrets of the universe!” We think, dream, and live in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration (especially at small scales). We utilize our collective intellectual capacities to extend the application of hybrid integrated micro-systems to new areas of technology such as RF, biomedical, wireless sensing, etc.
Our expertise in the design and fabrication of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) combined with that of our collaborators in other fields of science such as nano-materials and biology allows great potential for achieving our overall goal. These collaborative efforts aim to introduce novel solutions for complex technical problems of industries which depend on microsystems for their future transformative products.
Our lab is located in room 401 of Harris Engineering Center (HEC) at UCF-Orlando. Here, we have easy access to state-of-the-art cleanroom facilities and multiple conventional labs. If you are as passionate as we are about the secrets of the universe we challenge you to join us at DML. Thank you for visiting our webpage.
- Our Work in MEMS 21Congrats to Hakha, his work on “LN-Si Acoustoelectric isolators with more than 30 dB isolation” […]
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- Hakha Wins Best PaperCongratulations to Hakha for his paper that was recently chosen as the Electron Device Letter’s […]
- We Have Some New Members!Jennyfer Vivas Gomez, Garett Goodale and Luke Minks have joined DML as new graduate students […]