Peter and Evelyn Fuss Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Schlumberger Professor of Engineering
Arthur F. Thurnau Professor
This 13 cubic millimeter device contains a highly-precise master clock and six sensors that together could act as a navigation device with GPS fails. [read more]
This millimeter-scale vibration energy harvester powers wireless sensor networks better than similar devices on the market. [read more]
24-stage peristaltic microscale rough pump can be mass produced at low cost, enabling integration of the device with a variety of consumer-based microelectronic devices. [read more]
Tal Nagourney is studying for his PhD in electrical engineering. He enjoys high level research, and currently works on creating resonators for a MEMS gyroscope system. He does so with an innovative blowtorch moulding process.These will be used as part of a navigation system that works without GPS. After he graduates, Tal plans to continue researching new MEMS technology.
Khalil Najafi and Tzeno Galchev explain how scavenging energy from the environment works. More information