Microsystems

From The Bottom Up

The fabrication and characterization of devices and systems on the small scale can lead to new structures, sensors, and actuators that transform our lives – from improving the functionality of our portable electronics, to keeping us safe in (and perhaps helping us drive) our automobiles, to more efficient energy use in buildings, to medical implants that can save our lives. At the Singh Center, a broad range of technical tools and an equally diverse range of human expertise come together to study how systems at the smallest scales operate and how they can be improved.

Microsystems Faculty

Mark Allen

Electrical and Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Igor Bargatin

Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Robert Carpick

Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Ivan Dmochowski

Chemistry

School of Arts and Sciences

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David Issadore

Bioengineering, Electrical and Systems Engineering

School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Jorge Santiago-Aviles

Electrical and Systems Engineering

School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Kevin Turner

Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

School of Engineering and Applied Science

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A.T. Charlie Johnson

Physics

School of Arts and Sciences

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