I have worked extensively in materials and methods for microfabrication, and microfabricated devices. Major past areas include glass-on-silicon integrated optics, rare-earth doped glasses for integrated optical amplifiers, self-assembly techniques for 3D microstructures, surface plasmon microscopy, and RF and optical MEMS devices. My current interests are primarily in energy harvesting, particularly for applications in wireless sensors, and sensor networks for smart environments.
If you would like to get in touch about potential graduate studies in these areas, please email me (copying to firstname.lastname@example.org). You can find more information about applying, and financial support, at:
Research Student Supervision
Denisov,A, Stepper Microactuators Driven by Ultrasonic Power Transfer
HE,CAIRAN, Electrostatic Micro Energy Harvester with Rolling Mass
PU,SUANHUI, A Micromachined Zipping Variable Capacitor
Toh,T, A Gravitational Torque Energy Harvesting System for Rotational Motion