"Turning an academic invention into a reality is our biggest challenge"
My name is Piers Tremlett and the I am the coordinator of the ZeroAMP project. My engineering specialism is packaging design and manufacturing engineering. I work at Microchip Technologies, Caldicot, which is near to Bristol, in the UK. However, I live 35 km to the north, in a rural region called the Forest of Dean, which has turned out to be good for living through a pandemic!Read more
The SPIE Photonics West 2021, the world’s largest photonics technologies event, is approaching (6-11 March 2021).
During this online conference, Gaehun Jo, PhD student at KTH involved in ZeroAMP, will give an oral presentation entitled "Optical and Electrical Feedthroughs for Wafer-Level Vacuum Sealed Silicon Photonic MEMS Packages".
A conference proceedings paper will be published right after the meeting!
The 34th IEEE International Conference on MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) will be held virtually on 25-29 January 2021. The IEEE MEMS Conference series has evolved into the most prestigious annual meeting reporting research results on every aspect of microsystems technology. The conference thrives on the rapid proliferation MEMS technology that largely stems from the commitment and success of the microsystems research community as well as a bustling industrial community.
Dr. Dinesh Pamunuwa, Elliott Worsey, Dr. Mukesh Kulsreshath and Qi Tang (UNIVBRIS) will be glad to attend this online conference, and present some features on the devices used in ZeroAMP, via an Open Poster and Flash Presentation entitled "Stiction-based non-volatile memory for harsh environments".
We are happy to welcome Dr. Mukesh Kulsreshath and Qi Tang who joined recently the team of the University of Bristol to contribute to the ZeroAMP project!
Dr. Mukesh Kulsreshath, a senior Research Associate with expertise in fabrication, is involved in the development of non-volatile memory (NVM) cells, where one-time programmable (OTP) memory and reprogrammable memory are targeted.
Qi Tang is a PhD student involved in the modelling, design and simulation of energy efficient circuit architectures for the NVM and FPGA demonstrators.