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Chen Yang, PostDoc 2016

Advanced MEMS Development Group
Advisor: Prof. Lin
(781) 937-2425
hyaloid08@gmail.com
Research Interests: MEMS motion sensors, RF passive devices, High-frequency magnetism
Job Interests: Industrial R&D

BIOGRAPHY
Chen Yang received the PhD degree from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2008, in Microelectronics. He is currently a Assistant Project Scientist at the Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center, University of California, Berkeley. His research interests include MEMS sensors, RF devices, magnetic material and devices. Dr. Yang received the IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) Early Career Award in 2010.

3D Printed Microsensors [BPN799]
The three-dimensional (3D) additive printing process has shown great advantages in the field of rapid prototyping, and huge potentials in customized products due to its flexibility in geometrical designs and manufacturing. The goal of this project is to develop 3D printed, novel microsensors for various areas including RF communications, medical and biologic applications. One of the key research targets is to develop the formation technique of multiple materials and therefore realize functional structures.


Current Active Projects:
BPN799
 

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