Poster Session: Friday, March 30, 4:30–6:30 p.m.

Note: We have divided the poster session into two hour-long segments. Posters will be available for viewing during the entire two-hour period; however, researchers will be staffing their posters only during one of the two hours. The staffing schedule is below.

Researchers available from 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Metamaterials and Metasurfaces for Flexible Ultra-Thin Directional Apertures
Mohammod Ali
University of South Carolina
CAREER: Nonlinear Carbon Nanotube and Nanowire Morphologies for Unique Nanoelectronics
Prabhakar Bandaru
University of California, San Diego
CAREER: Microrobot Legs for Fast Locomotion over Rough Terrain
Sarah Bergbreiter
University of Maryland
A Solder-Based Self Assembly Process to Form 3D Structures
Susan Burkett
University of Alabama
CAREER: Sensors, signal processing and memory using magneto-acoustic interactions
Pallavi Dhagat
Oregon State University
CAREER: InP-based Micro-electro-mechanical Systems (MEMS) for Optical Microsystems
Reza Ghodssi
University of Maryland
Research at the Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS2)
Yogesh Gianchandani
University of Michigan
CAREER: Spin Effects from Optoelectronics to Renewable Energy Science in Organic Molecular Systems
Bin Hu
University of Tennessee
Piezoelectric Phononic Lattice Surface Acoustic Wave Devices on Silicon and Sapphire for Ultra-High Frequency Filters and Biomedical Sensor Applications
Agis Iliadis
University of Maryland
CAREER: Electro-assisted Transport of DNA or Other Molecules Across Cell Membranes
Brian Jensen
Brigham Young University
Microfluidic sensors and liquid microlenses
Hongrui Jiang
University of Wisconsin
CAREER: A Novel Approach for Controlled Fabrication of Micro-Gated Carbon Nanotube Field Emitter Arrays and Their Electrical Property Characterizations
Jun Jiao
Portland State University
Direct Matrix Solutions of Linear Complexity for the Modeling and Simulation of Next-Generation Integrated Circuits and Systems
Dan Jiao
Purdue University
CAREER:Three Dimensional Nano-Optical Elements \(3DNOES\): An integrated approach to research and education
Eric Johnson
Clemson University
Self Focusing Acoustic Transducers
Eun Sok Kim
University of Southern California
Use of mesoscale fluidic devices and familiar optoelectronic devices for medical and biological applications
Chang-Soo Kim
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Researchers available from 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Ultrasensitive III-V Nitride Piezoresistive Microcantilevers for Sensing Applications
Goutam Koley
University of South Carolina
High Performance Nanowire FETs and Non-Volatile Memory
Qiliang Li
George Mason University
Semiconductor Nanoelectronic and Nanophotonic Devices: towards controllability and manufacturability
Xiuling Li
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Exploring Nanowires: from fundamentals to device applications
Jia Lu
Washington University
Magnetization Measurements of Variable Composition CoFe Alloys with a Scanning Hall Probe Microscope
Boris Nadgorny
Wayne State University
Orbital controlled nanowire field effect transistor
Ranjit Pati
Michigan Technological University
Real Time Testbed for Smart Grid Systems
Vittal Rao
Texas Tech University
From metals to memory
Taher Saif
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Actuators for Ant-Sized Robots
Elisabeth Smela
University of Maryland
CAREER: Nanoelectrochemical Systems on CMOS
Sameer Sonkusale
Tufts University
Magnetic, Gravimetric, and Biosensing using Micromachined Quartz Resonators
Srinivas Tadigadapa
Pennsylvania State University
CAREER: A System for Extracellular Recording from Patterned Neuronal Networks with Sensing Applications
Svetlana Tatic-Lucic
Lehigh University
Flagellar Motor Based Microfluidic Devices for Sensing and Actuation
Steve Tung
University of Arkansas
Nonlinear Enhancement of Sensing Technologies
Kimberly Turner
University of California, Santa Barbara
Semiconductor Micro/Nano Devices for Biomolecular Sensing
Peng Xiong
Florida State University
A Microfabricated Neural Electrode Array Technology for Long-Term Implant Applications
Christian Zorman
Case Western University