IEEE MEMS 2013 Outstanding Paper Finalist

The paper Y. Hui, T. Nan, N. X. Sun and M. Rinaldi, MEMS Resonant Magnetic Field Sensor Based on an AlN/FeGaB Bilayer Nano-Plate Resonator, was nominated Outstanding Poster Paper at the IEEE MEMS 2013 conference, Taipei, Taiwan, 20-24 January 2013. Congratulations!

Hilton Head 2012 Workshop

Prof. Rinaldi attended Hilton Head 2012 Workshop to present his paper 970 MHz Ovenized Oscillator Based on an AlN MEMS Resonator with Monolithically Integrated Suspended Nano Hot Plate.

This is a picture of him and his colleague and student at the conference. From left to right: Prof. Nick McGruer (NEU), Marco Giovannini (UPenn), Dr. Chiara Zuniga (Qualcomm MEMS Technologies), Prof. Matteo Rinaldi (NEU), Yu Hui (NEU).

Our first group photo

This is the photo we took for ECE annual report.

From left to right: Prof. Matteo Rinaldi, Shahrokh Saeedi, Yu Hui, Raúl Vyas, Zhenyun Qian.

(Shahrokh left our group at the end of summer 2012.)

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10GHz Resonator

10 GHz AlN Nano Plate Resonator

Sensor Array

AlN Nano Plate Resonant Sensor Array and CMOS Electronic Readout


AlN Nano Plate Resonator with integrated Carbon Nanotube Forest

Matteo receives the DARPA Young Faculty Award

July 30th 2012, Matteo receives the DARPA Young Faculty Award in Arlington, VA.

From left to right: Dr. Thomas Lee Director of the DARPA Microsystems Technology Office (MTO), Dr. Matteo Rinaldi, Dr. William Casebeer DARPA YFA Program Manager.

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May 02

Paper accepted for publication in JMEMS

The paper Y. Hui, T. Nan, N. X. Sun, and M. Rinaldi, “High Resolution Magnetometer based on a High Frequency Magnetoelectric MEMS-CMOS Oscillator” has been accepted for publication in IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (JMEMS).


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Apr 13

Matteo receives the NSF CAREER award

Matteo has received the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation (NSF)!

The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission of their organizations. Such activities should build a firm foundation for a lifetime of leadership in integrating education and research.

The award comes with $400,000 in funding over a five-year period.


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Mar 10

Best Student Paper Finalists in IEEE IFCS 2014

The paper Y. Hui, T. Nan, N. Sun and M. Rinaldi Ultra-Sensitive Magnetic Field Sensor Based on a Low-Noise Magnetoelectric MEMS-CMOS Oscillator, the paper G. Hummel Y. Hui and M. Rinaldi Phase Change Material Programmable Vias for Switching and Reconfiguration of Aluminum Nitride Piezoelectric MEMS Resonators have been selected as finalists of the Best Student Paper in 2014 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium to be held on May 19-22, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan.


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Feb 27

Papers accepted for presentation in Hilton Head Workshop 2014

The paper G. Hummel, Y. Hui, Z. Qian and M. Rinaldi, Switchable Aluminum Nitride MEMS Resonator Using Phase Change Materials and the paper Y. Hui and M. Rinaldi, Pico-Watts Range Uncooled Infrared Detector Based on a Freestanding Piezoelectric Resonant Microplate with Nanoscale Metal Anchors both have been accepted for presentation at the 2014 Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Workshop (Hilton Head 2014), Hilton Head Island, 8-12 June 2014.


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