GARY FEDDER THESIS

GARY FEDDER THESIS

A core general direction in my research group is design, fabrication, and testing of microdevices that are made thorugh integration with conventional foundry CMOS processes, which enable on-chip electrostatically actuated microstructures, capacitive and piezoresistive sensors, and polysilicon thermal heaters. Active projects include MEMS system modeling and design methodologies, accelerometers and gyroscopes for motion sensing, an electrothermal microcooler system, ultra-compliant neural probes, piezoelectric energy scavenging for implantable pressure sensors, nonlinear parametric microresonators, and self-healing RF microresonator oscillators and filters. More Members Linda Peteanu. The Pittsburgh Quantum Institute was established in to help unify and promote research in quantum science and engineering in the Pittsburgh area. Linda Peteanu received her B. Challenges include system design, process integration, and physical modeling including environmental effects. PQI members have faculty appointments from Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, and the University of Pittsburgh in physics, chemistry, and engineering disciplines.

A core general direction in my research group is design, fabrication, and testing of microdevices that are made thorugh integration with conventional foundry CMOS processes, which enable on-chip electrostatically actuated microstructures, capacitive and piezoresistive sensors, and polysilicon thermal heaters. Hrvoje Petek received his B. Active projects include MEMS system modeling and design methodologies, accelerometers and gyroscopes for motion sensing, an electrothermal microcooler system, ultra-compliant neural probes, piezoelectric energy scavenging for implantable pressure sensors, nonlinear parametric microresonators, and self-healing RF microresonator oscillators and filters. He is also a member of the American Association of Physics Teachers and has worked and published with numerous undergraduate students throughout his career. Integrated MEMS technology is becoming pervasive in embedded systems and is continually evolving to be relevant in new applications. Challenges include system design, process integration, and physical modeling including environmental effects. About PQI The Pittsburgh Quantum Institute was established in to help unify and promote research in quantum science and engineering in the Pittsburgh area.

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Gary Fedder

Fabrication of the batch-fabricated electromechanical devices and the development of related processes leverage the enormous investment in mature Very-Large-Scale Integrated VLSI circuit manufacturing. More Members Linda Peteanu.

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About PQI The Pittsburgh Quantum Institute was established in to help unify and promote research in quantum science and engineering in the Pittsburgh area.

Integrated MEMS technology is becoming pervasive in embedded systems and is continually evolving to be relevant in new applications. Finally, he joined the Department of Physics of the University of Pittsburgh in PQI members have faculty appointments from Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, and the University of Pittsburgh in physics, chemistry, and engineering disciplines.

Hrvoje Petek received his B. Linda Peteanu received her B. A core general direction in my research group is design, fabrication, and testing of microdevices that are made thorugh integration with conventional foundry CMOS processes, which enable on-chip electrostatically actuated microstructures, capacitive and piezoresistive sensors, and polysilicon thermal heaters.

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Gary Fedder | Pittsburgh Quantum Institute

Benefits of this approach include much lower manufacturing cost, greater miniaturization, greater integration, and in many cases higher performance than can be achieved with conventional methods used to build systems requiring sensors and actuators. The Pittsburgh Quantum Institute was established in to help unify and promote research in quantum science and engineering in the Pittsburgh area.

Ted is a long-time member of several societies such as the American Physical Society, the Optical Society of America, and the Society of Physics Students—although now as a faculty member.

Challenges include system design, process integration, and physical modeling including environmental effects. Active projects include MEMS system modeling and design methodologies, accelerometers and gyroscopes for motion sensing, an electrothermal microcooler yhesis, ultra-compliant neural probes, piezoelectric energy scavenging for implantable pressure sensors, nonlinear parametric microresonators, and self-healing RF microresonator oscillators and filters.

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