Microresonator for mass sensing

This project is focusing on development of capacitively-transduced high-Q micromechanical resonator with nanogap transducers for efficient generation of the second harmonic signals. Through employment of the nanogap capacitive transducers filled with atomic layer deposited (ALD) high-k dielectrics, the newly designed micromechanical resonators are anticipated to offer improved conversion efficiency (as compared to that of the best semiconductor diodes) for the generation of the second harmonics.

 

Latest Updates

July 31, 2012

Julio passed his Ph.D defense.

Congratulations, Dr.Dewdney.

July 20, 2012

Lab Moving

Lab moving from ENB 149 to IDRB building.

May, 2012

I-Tsang passed his Ph.D candidate defense.