Our research is focused on synthesis and applications of the MEMS/NEMS technology. We seek to create novel micro- and nano-scale devices with advanced functionalities through biomimetics and bioinspired design paradigms. We also exploit micro/nano technology to study fundamental mechanisms in physical and biological systems at small scales. The ultimate goal of our research is to enable new advanced applications of MEMS/NEMS in biomedical, nanomanufacturing and other areas.
The multidisciplinary research in the lab may be grouped under the following three thrust areas:
News and Events
Corey presents at EMBC2014
August 28, 2014
Corey presented a poster/paper at the IEEE EMBC 2014 conference in Chicago.
The lab moves to a new location
July 15, 2014
We finally completed the lab move to a new room after several months of updating the new lab space.
Ashwin joins the Lab
February 15, 2014
Ashwin Raghunathan joined the lab to pursue a PhD degree. Welcome Ashwin!
Gözde wins the Litvin Award
August 16, 2013
Gözde Tanil receives the Litvin Honor Award. She joins the lab. Welcome and congrats Gozde!