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BPN390: Fluid microlens for MEMS

Project ID BPN390
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Start Date Thu 2007-Feb-01 21:08:05
Last Updated Mon 2007-Jul-30 13:12:37
Abstract Tunable micro-lenses have been the focus of many studies recently. However, due to the inert complexity of the fluid-solid interaction, arraying has yet to be achieved. This project focuses on creating an efficient fabrication process with new design and materials. These improvements make the new design readily applicable to collimators and Shack-Harmon Sensors. Furthermore, we will study performance of various lens liquids, more specifically ones that will increase the working temperature range. We will then characterize the new lens liquids and hydrophobic layer under various working environment. In short, this project will make the liquid lens concept more commercially realistic.
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IAB Research Area NanoPlasmonics, Microphotonics & Imaging
Researcher(s) George Chao-chih Hsu
Advisor(s) Richard S. Muller
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