Micro-nano Systems for biotechnology, nanotechnology, and energy harvesting
In this laboratory, microelectromechanical system (MEMS) design, fabrication, and its application to nano and bio technologies, as well as vibrational energy harvesters, are investigated. Research on nano-scale science and engineering using MEMS devices covers the electro-mechano-thermal characterization of nano-contacts in transmission electron microscopes (TEMs) for in-situ atomic level observations of shapes and dimensions. MEMS tweezers have been developed for capturing, handling, and characterizing DNA, as well as other linear molecules.
Micro-nano mechatronics, Bio MEMS