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Micro-Nano Systems

The Micro/nanosystems Area in the Sibley School is a community of researchers unified by their investigations of novel physics associated with small dimension (for example at the interfaces between surfaces and continua or between classical and quantum physics) and generation of micro- and nanosystems to solve engineering problems. Much of this work is enabled by micro- and nanofabrication and micro and nanocharacterization. The area is inherently interdisciplinary.

 

Research Area Faculty

  Name Department Contact
cta2.jpg Avedisian, C. Thomas
Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 193 Grumman Hall
607 592-7915
de54.jpg Erickson, David Carl
Sibley College Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 369 Upson Hall
607 255-4861
cjh275.jpg Hernandez, Christopher J.
Associate Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Biomedical Engineering 355 Upson Hall
607 255-5129
bk88.jpg Kirby, Brian J.
Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 377 Kimball Hall
ms2682.jpg Silberstein, Meredith
Assistant Professor, Mills Family Faculty Fellow
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 281 Kimball Hall
607 255-5063
as2833.jpg Singh, Ankur
Assistant Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 389 Kimball Hall
607 255-2194
atz2.jpg Zehnder, Alan Taylor
Professor
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 409 Upson Hall
607 255-9181