Dynamics of MEMS for mechanical computing


Project Description

The dynamic behavior of micro-electromechanical systems MEMS devices will be simulated to achieve logic functions such as OR, AND gates. The project will require building a model for MEMS resonator and running computer simulations to help in the design of these resonators; so that they are eventually fabricated and tested. The project requires basic programming skills, which are commonly mastered at the undergrad level of engineering. ​​​
Program - Mechanical Engineering
Division - Physical Sciences and Engineering
Field of Study - ​Mechanical engineering​

About the

Mohammad Younis

Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Mohammad Younis
​Professor Younis works on the interface between nonlinear dynamics and vibrations and Micro and Nano systems. His research focus is on the utilization of the knowledge gained from understanding the exceptional mechanical and motion aspects of micro and Nano structures to design, optimize and invent MEMS and NEMS devices of distinctive characteristics and superior performance. Applications range from sensing and actuation for inertia and chemical applications, energy harvesting, health and safety gadgets, and smart switches and devices.