AlN MEMS Resonator with integrated Nano-Hot-Plate for temperature controlled operation
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).
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.
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!
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