Our laboratory's research and education are centered around Microsystems (MEMS), Materials Science, and Nanotechnology to address engineering challenges at the mesoscopic scale. We are also investigating innovative detection methods and microdevices for nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), electron spin resonance (ESR), ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) spectroscopy and imaging on small samples.
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IEEE-NEMS 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand, 11-14 April 2019
Prof. Jürgen Brugger is invited to give a plenary talk entitled "Mild methods to Engineer Fragile Materials Micro and Nano Systems" in IEEE-NEMS 2019 conference
Microsystems Laboratory at Transducers 2019
Mohammad Mahdi Kiaee and Henry S.C. Yu, two Ph.D. students at LMIS1 are accepted to present their research works about inkjet-printing gas sensing and tunable tunneling nanogap electrodes in the conference Transducers 2019, Berlin, June 23rd-27th