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ECE Graduate Students Win MEMS Alliance Award

ECE Graduate Students Win MEMS Alliance Award

ECE graduate students have won a MEMS Alliance best poster award for their work on “Indium Phosphide Based Optical Waveguide MEMS for Communications and Sensing.” The project authors were Marcel W. Pruessner, Kuldeep Amarnath, Madhumita Datta, S. Kanakaraju, and Associate Professor Reza Ghodssi (ECE/ISR).

The MEMS Alliance is a group of companies, universities, and government laboratories in the Washington, DC metropolitan area whose mission is to network expertise, capabilities, and research to facilitate the development of new applications and commercialization of miniaturization technologies.

April 20, 2005


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