Microsystems and Microelectronics
Exhibit Code: ENG-201
Zone: Engineering Park
Location: Engineering Hall (ENG/017) - Hallway
Time: All Day
Tiny is relative. In this exhibit, the tiny sensors have dimensions of just a few hundreds of micrometers (the diameter of a human hair) but can sense many type of physical properties such as pressure, acceleration, humidity, temperature, and light. Such sensors are used in automobiles, cell phones, rockets and people. Explore with us these tiny sensors and see how they are integrated into microsystems. Learn about microelectronics, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), energy harvesting and wireless sensor systems.
Ivan Puchades, Dan Smith, Nicholas Liotta, Luis Gan, Chen Chen, Lynn Fuller, Erin Sullivan