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» [24 Aug 2016] » DART Lab Awarded a Humanitarian Innovation Fund Grant on Developing Autonomous Aerial Vehicles for Unexploded Ordnance Detection
» [27 Jan 2016] » DART Lab Awarded a Catalyst Foundation Supplementary Grant on Developing an Extremely Low Power RF Wake-up Front-end
» [01 Nov 2015] » DART Lab to Participate in DARPA N-Zero program
» [16 Jun 2015] » James Chen awarded IEEE MTT-S Undergraduate Fellowship

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Radio-Frequency Micro-ElectroMechanical Systems (RF-MEMS) is a promising technology that aims to revolutionize RF system designs. RF-MEMS devices either serve to significantly improve existing system performance or promise to enable new system architectures. Being highly interdisciplinary in nature, RF-MEMS technology requires an understanding of (at least) mechanical, electrical and thermal engineering. This course focuses on the modeling, design, fabrication, and characterization of RF-MEMS while trying to provide a thorough introduction to the technology with an emphasis on how it will benefit the design of adaptive RF/microwave wireless systems. This course will be open to both graduate and undergraduate students.

After successfully completing the course, the students are expected to be able to