Nanotechnology & NEMS/MEMS

Nano- and micro-electromechanical systems (NEMS/MEMS) are useful for applications ranging from chemical sensors and relays to logic devices. Examples include:

  • The design of MEMS accelerometers, gyroscopes, electrostatic actuators, and microresonators;
  • Interfacial engineering for NEMS/MEMS;
  • Biosensors, magnetic biochips, in vitro diagnostics, cell sorting, magnetic nanoparticles, spin electronic materials and sensors, magnetic inductive heads, and magnetic integrated inductors and transformers;
  • Flexible substrates for electronics, sensors, and energy conversion platforms;
  • Nanofabrication and nanopatterning technologies, including self-assembly for device fabrication.

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Jennifer Widom

Jennifer Widom Professor

Gates 435 (9040)
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Siroker, Marianne Administrator

Gates 435 (9040)
723-0872
siroker@cs.stanford.edu

H.-S. Philip Wong

H.-S. Philip Wong Professor

Allen 312X (4075)
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Barrera, Fely Administrator

Allen 332X (4075)
723-1349
fely@ee.stanford.edu

S. Simon Wong

S. Simon Wong Professor

Allen 203 (4070)
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Xu, Mei Administrator

Allen 203 (4070)
650-498-0591
meixu@stanford.edu

Mary Wootters

Mary Wootters Assistant Professor

Gates 468 (9045)

Harris, Ruth Administrator

Gates 495 (9045)
723-1658
rharris3@stanford.edu

Howard Zebker

Howard Zebker Professor

Pkd 334 (9515)
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Niu, Helen Administrator

Packard 310 (9515)
723-8121
helen.niu@stanford.edu

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