Program

Outstanding Student Paper Award Winners

Program Outstanding Student Paper Award Winners

Outstanding Student Paper Award Winners

  • MAXIMIZING PERCOLATION EFFECT USING SUB-100 NM NANO-VALLEY FOR HIGH
    RMANCE WEARABLE TRANSPARENT PRESSURE SENSOR

    Jae-Young Yoo, Min-Ho Seo, Jae-Shin Lee, Kwang-Wook Choi, Min-Seung Jo, Hyeon-Joo Song,
    and Jun-Bo Yoon

    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), KOREA

  • CHIP-SCALE MEMS-CMOS MULTISPECTRAL INFRARED CHEMICAL SENSOR

    Sungho Kang, Zhenyun Qian, Vageeswar Rajaram, Sila Deniz Calisgan, and Matteo Rinaldi

    Northeastern University, USA

  • RAPID MULTI-MATERIAL DIRECT LASER WRITING

    Andrew C. Lamont, Michael A. Restaino, and Ryan D. Sochol

    University of Maryland, USA


Outstanding Student Paper Award Finalists

  • DESIGN OF THE FIRST SUB-MILLIGRAM FLAPPING WING AERIAL VEHICLE

    Palak Bhushan and Claire J. Tomlin

    University of California, Berkeley, USA

  • SIDE-VIEW RAMAN MICROENDOSCOPE WITH MICRO STEPPING MOTOR AND ITS EX-VIVO TEST FOR REAL-TIME CANCER DETECTION

    Sayed Mohammad Hashem Jayhooni1, Michael Short2, Babak Assadsangabi1, Haishan Zeng2, and Kenichi Takahata1

    1University of British Columbia, CANADA and
    2BC Cancer Agency Research Centre, CANADA

  • PHYSICAL CLEANING TECHNOLOGY FOR SEMICONDUCTOR CHIPS USING ARRAYS OF ACOUSTICALLY OSCILLATING BUBBLES

    Daegeun Kim, Deasung Jang, Yuna Park, and Sang Kug Chung

    Myongji University, KOREA

  • ACOUSTIC DROPLET EJECTION BY LAMB WAVE TRANSDUCER ARRAY

    Yuan Ning, Hongxiang Zhang, Menglun Zhang, Buohua Liu, Xuexin Duan, and Wei Pang

    Tianjin University, CHINA

  • DEMONSTRATION OF THE FIRST SELF-SEALING AEROSOL SPRAY NOZZLE FOR MEDICAL DRUG DELIVERY

    Torben Sebastian Last, Göran Stemme, and Niclas Roxhed

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN

  • A SELF-POWERED PHYSICAL SENSOR USING GENETICALLY ENGINEERED SPIDER SILK PROTEINS

    Yujia Zhang1,2, Tiger H. Tao1,2, and Zhitao Zhou1

    1Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA and
    2University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA

  • MAXIMIZING PERCOLATION EFFECT USING SUB-100 NM NANO-VALLEY FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE WEARABLE TRANSPARENT PRESSURE SENSOR

    Jae-Young Yoo, Min-Ho Seo, Jae-Shin Lee, Kwang-Wook Choi, Min-Seung Jo, Hyeon-Joo Song, and Jun-Bo Yoon

    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), KOREA

  • SELF-ASSEMBLED NANOCHAMBER ARRAYS FOR IN-SITU TEM OBSERVATION OF LIQUID-PHASE SAMPLES

    Kitaek Lim1, Yuna Bae2,3, Kihwan Kim1, Sungho Jeon1, Byunghyo Kim2,3, Jungwon Park2,3, and Won Chul Lee1

    1Hanyang University, KOREA, 2Seoul National University, KOREA, and
    3Institute for Basic Science, KOREA

  • TOWARDS DIGITALLY ADDRESSABLE DELAY SYNTHESIS: GHZ LOW-LOSS ACOUSTIC DELAY ELEMENTS FROM 20 NS TO 900 NS

    Ruochen Lu, Tomas Manzaneque, Yansong Yang, Ming-Huang Li, and Songbin Gong

    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

  • CHIP-SCALE MEMS-CMOS MULTISPECTRAL INFRARED CHEMICAL SENSOR

    Sungho Kang, Zhenyun Qian, Vageeswar Rajaram, Sila Deniz Calisgan, and Matteo Rinaldi

    Northeastern University, USA

  • STATISTICS-BASED GAS SENSOR

    Shakir-ul Haque Khan, Aishwaryadev Banerjee, Samuel Broadbent, Ashrafuzzaman Bulbul, Michelle Camilla Simmons, Kyeong Heon Kim, Carlos H. Mastrangelo, Ryan Looper, and Hanseup Kim

    University of Utah, USA

  • WIDELY TUNABLE 20-NM-GAP RUTHENIUM METAL SQUARE-PLATE RESONATOR

    Alper Ozgurluk, Kieran Peleaux, and Clark T.-C. Nguyen

    University of California, Berkeley, USA

  • A MONOLITHIC FINGERPRINT-LIKE TACTILE SENSOR ARRAY REALIZING HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGING OF SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED TACTILE INFORMATION

    Kazuki Watatani, Kyohei Terao, Fusao Shimokawa, and Hidekuni Takao

    Kagawa University, JAPAN

  • REALIZATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF A NEPENTHES-INSPIRED MICROSTRUCTURE EMPLOYING PR SACRIFICIAL LAYER TECHNOLOGY

    Wenxi Sun1, Longjun Tang2, Wen Hong1, Bin Yang1, and Jingquan Liu1

    1Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CHINA and
    2 MicroPort NeuroTech Co., Ltd., CHINA

  • RAPID MULTI-MATERIAL DIRECT LASER WRITING

    Andrew C. Lamont, Michael A. Restaino, and Ryan D. Sochol

    University of Maryland, USA

  • WAFER-SCALE TRANSFER OF GRAPHENE BY ADHESIVE WAFER BONDING

    Arne Quellmalz1, Xiaojing Wang1, Stefan Wagner2, Max Lemme2,3, Kristinn B. Gylfason1, Niclas Roxhed1, Göran Stemme1, and Frank Niklaus1

    1KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN,
    2AMO GmbH, Advanced Microelectronic Center Aachen (AMICA), GERMANY, and 3RWTH Aachen University, GERMANY

  • WATER LITHOGRAPHY: FROM PROGRAMMABLE PRINTING TO FUNCTIONAL PATTERNING

    Zhen Liu1,2, Zhitao Zhou1, Keyin Liu1, and Tiger H. Tao1,3

    1Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA,
    2Shanghai Normal University, CHINA, and 3University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA

  • MOLECULAR LENGTH BASED TARGET IDENTIFICATION USING A NANO-GAP SENSOR

    Shakir-ul Haque Khan, Aishwaryadev Banerjee, Samuel Broadbent, Prattay Deepta Kairy, Kyeong Heon Kim, Carlos H. Mastrangelo, Ryan Looper, and Hanseup Kim

    University of Utah, USA