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					Small Size, Big Impact – Exploring
  the Potentials of Micro/Nano
           Technologies


                Xingguo Xiong




    Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering,
    University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT 06604
                 All About Me
Ø Xingguo Xiong, Ph.D, Associate Professor
  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
ØEducation Background:
ü B.S. in Physics, Wuhan University, China: 1994
ü Ph.D in Electrical Engineering, Shanghai Institute of
Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Sciences of
Academy: 1999
ü Ph.D in Computer Engineering, University of Cincinnati, OH,
USA: 2005
Ø Research Areas:
ü MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems)
ü Nanotechnology
ü Low Power VLSI Design and VLSI Testing
               All About Me
ØCourses Offered:
ü EE 446: MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems)
ü BME/EE 547: BioMEMS (BioMicroelectromechanical
Systems)
ü EE 451: Nanotechnology
ü EE 548: Low Power VLSI Circuit Design
ü EE 549: VLSI Testing
ü EE 458: Analog VLSI
ü EE 404: Digital VLSI
ü EE 448: Microelectronic Fabrication
ü EE 447: Semiconductor
ü ……
                   What is MEMS?
q Go light, go fast, go small
q Size does matter: SMALL, SMALLER, SMALLEST

           VLSI                             MEMS




   Intel Core i7-980X Processor
                                    MEMS Digital Micromirror Device
1.17 billion transistors in 248 mm2
                    What is MEMS?
q MEMS: Micro Electro Mechanical Systems

q Definition: systems in micro scale (10-6~10-3 m) that combine
  electrical and mechanical components and are fabricated using
  semiconductor fabrication techniques.

q MEMS integrates functions of sensing, actuation, computation,
  control, communication, power, etc.

q Typical MEMS devices: MEMS pressure sensor, accelerometer,
  microgyroscope, micromotor, resonator, valve, gear,
  micromirror, optical switch, microneedle, RF capacitor, lab-on-
  chip, etc.

q NEMS: Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (10-9~10-6 m).
                   MEMS at a Glance




(a). MEMS mirror assembly             (b). MEMS micromotor




(c). Deflection of laser light   (d). Mites crawl on MEMS gears
      MEMS photos/videos (http://www.sandia.gov/)
Commercial MEMS Product Examples




 ADXL accelerometer (Analog Devices)     Digital Micromirror Device(DMD) (TI)




“LambdaRouter” optical switch (Lucent)    GeneChip DNA chip (Affymetrix)
                       Why MEMS?
q Advantages of MEMS:
  üLow cost
  üSmall size, low weight, high resolution
  üLow energy consumption, high efficiency
  üMulti-function, intelligentized

q MEMS applications:
  üAutomobile industry
  üMedical health care
  üAerospace
  üConsumer products
  üRF telecommunications
  üOther areas
                     Nanotechnology
q Nanotechnology: a field of applied science and technology
  whose unifying theme is the understanding and control of
  matter on the atomic and molecular scale, normally 1 to 100
  nanometers, and the fabrication of devices within that size
  range.
q Nanotechnology is a general-purpose technology which will
  have significant impact on almost all industries and all areas
  of society. It can offer better built, longer lasting, cleanser,
  safer and smarter products for home, communications,
  medicine, transportation, agriculture and many other fields.
From DOE
      Nanorobots: Medicine of the Future
Ø Nanorobots are bringing revolutionary changes to the way
how we diagnose and treat diseases…




 Nanorobot delivering            Nanorobots killing
 medicine to red blood           cancer/tumor cells
 cell
    Low Power VLSI Design and VLSI
                      Testing
Ø Modern VLSI may contain billions of transistors
Ø Power density is approaching that in a nuclear reactor: low
power VLSI design is a must, especially for portable electronics.
Ø VLSI Testing: How to quickly and thoroughly test a modern
VLSI chip with billions of transistors?
   Ongoing Research Projects
ØResearch Projects: MEMS Piezoelectric Micropump for
Micro Drug Delivery Systems




                                               ANSYS FEM simulation of the first
                                               vibration mode of the micropump,
                                               resonant frequency: f0=0.634kHz

- Alarbi Elhashmi, Salah Al-Zghoul, Xingguo Xiong, "Design and Simulation of a MEMS
Piezoelectric Micropump”, poster in 2011 ASEE (The American Society for Engineering
Education) Northeast Section Conference, April 29-30, 2011, Hartford, CT.
   Ongoing Research Projects
Ø Research Project: Carbon Nanotube based Breath Acetone
Sensor for Non-invasive Diabetes Diagnosis
ü Ultra-high sensitivity
ü Non-invasive diabetes Diagnosis: no pain, no infection
    Ongoing Research Projects
Ø Nanoelectronics Research Project: Design and Simulation of
an 4-bit Multiplier in Quantum-dot Cellular Automata (QCA)




QCA cell representing digital “0” and
“1” states




                                        Layout design of 4-bit QCA multiplier in
QCA Majority Gate: M(a, b, c) = ab +    QCADesigner software
bc + ca.
   Ongoing Research Projects
Ø Research Project: Design and Simulation of an 8-bit Low
Power Full Adder based on Reversible Gate Technology




 PSPICE schematic design of 1   PSPICE power simulation for 8-bit full
 -bit reversible full adder     adder based on reversible gate technology
   Interested? Contact me!

Ø If you are interested in doing a research with me,
you are welcome to send me an email, give me a call,
or just stop by my office…

 Contact: Xingguo Xiong
 Ph.D, Associate Professor,
 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
 University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT 06604
 Office: Tech 140
 Email: xxiong@bridgeport.edu
 Tel: 203-576-4760

				
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