Distinguished Lecture Series in Nano- & Micro-Systems, November 2006


Recorded presentations by guest speakers on the UTA campus are available as streaming videos. You will need a RealOne player and an Internet connection and computer capable of supporting a 256kbps sustained data rate to properly view the videos. Don't have the player? Get it here

Application of Amorphous Silicon Thin Films in Uncooled Infrared Detection Technology

A.J. Syllaios, Ph.D

L-3 Communications Infrared Products, Dallas, TX
November 14, 2006   3:30- 5:00 PM Nedderman Hall 105

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Nanoscale Phonon Engineering: From the Concept to Device Applications

Alexander Balandin, Ph.D.,

Professor, Electrical Engineering
University of California - Riverside, Riverside, CA
November 21, 2006   3:30 - 5:00 PM Nedderman Hall 105

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An Electrothermally Actuated MEMS Microengine Capable of Precise Bi-Directional Motion

Ed Kolesar, Ph.D. P.E., Professor,

Department of Engineering
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX
November 28, 2006 3:30 - 5:00 PM
Nedderman Hall 105

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Complementary Tunnel Transistors vs. Complementary CMOS: Lowering Transistor Power Dissipation

Alan Seabaugh, Ph.D., Professor,

Electrical Engineering
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
November 30, 2006 3:30 - 5:00 PM
Nedderman Hall 105

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RSVP to Cindy Bradfield at cynthia.bradfield@uta.edu or 817-272-1536.  This series is in conjunction with EE 5344 – Introduction to MEMS, which is offered by UTA.  Information about this course and microsensor activities at UTA can be obtained from Professor Z. Celik-Butler at zbutler@uta.edu.