Data and power conversion using Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)

Data and power conversion using Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)

Internship Description

In this project, the interns will work with senior PhD students on a new circuit design paradigm for ultra low power IoT and biomedical applications. This new design approach is based on MEMS and NEMS, which can offer superior switching properties, in terms of energy consumption, compared to the mainstream CMOS technology. As such, these micro/nanoswitches are ideal for digital and interface circuit design applications, as well as on-chip energy conversion.
This project includes a range of theoretical and experimental topics, from modelling these novel devices, to simulation of simple and complex circuits, and finally, system integration and hybrid CMOS-MEMS fabrication and characterization.

Faculty Name

Hossein Fariborzi

Field of Study

‚ÄčElectrical Engineering, Microelectronics, MEMS