MNL: Micro Nano Characterization Laboratory
Micro Nano Characterization Laboratory (MNL) deals with the design, modeling and experimental characterization of nanomechanical systems (NEMS), microelectromechanical (MEMS), micro-optomechanical systems (MOEMS), medical micro devices as well as analog and radio frequency (RF) microelectonic circuitries. Design capabilities of the laboratory include Finite-element based physical modeling, equivalent system modeling, integrated-circuit design and lumped element mechanical modeling. Experimental characterization efforts at MNL focus on the vibration-amplitude measurement, dynamic characterization of micro-systems, high-frequency distributed parameter modeling, fiber-optic transmission systems.
Photonics Integrated Medical Microsystems CAD for colonic polyps in CTC, Supine/Prone 3D Colon Registration Micro Opto Electro Mechanical Display Systems Design, fabrication and characterization of silicon and metal based two-dimensional displays for retinal scanning Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design LNA, mixer and RF front-end design of the CMOS receivers for medical applications Low Noise Amplifier Design for MRI Systems Ultra low noise mini-amplifiers for 1.5T and 3T MR Imaging Equipment Monolithic Integration of MEMS and Electronics Integration of CMOS devices with electrostatic MEMS, Polymer MEMS integrated displays Alternative Materials for Microsystems Polymer and metal based micromechanical structures