Department students win Best Paper at IEEE conference
INERTIAL 2019, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Sixth International Symposium on Inertial Sensors and Systems.Mechanical engineering graduate students Jun Yu and Keivan Asadi took home the award for Best Student Paper at
The two graduate researchers, advised by Hanna Cho, submitted their work titled “Frequency and Stabilization in a MEMS Oscillator with 1:2 Internal Resonance.” MEMS—short for mechanical resonances in microelectronmechanical systems—can be used in a variety of applications, from transportation technologies to biomedical functions.
“We successfully implemented 1:2 internal resonance in a MEMS resonator, which was demonstrated to reduce the frequency fluctuations of a resonator by over 30 times,” said Cho of the award-winning work.
“The improved frequency stability in a MEMS oscillator can eventually enhance the sensitivities of MEMS sensors and improve the timing resolution.”
The symposium was held at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club in Naples, Florida from April 1 - 5. Attending representatives included industry leaders and research institutions from across the globe.
The MEMS work was also recognized at the IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium & European Frequency and Time Forum. There, Yu was honored as a finalist for best paper.
by Jonathon Miles, department communications intern