Micro Instrumentation Laboratory, University of Utah

Instrumentation Laboratory

Director: Dr. A.
Bruno Frazier

Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Van Leer Building
Atlanta, GA 30332

Laboratory Overview

    The Micro Instrumentation Laboratory is an integrated set
of research and instructional laboratories dedicated to the development of
micro scale instrumentation systems. The Micro Instumentation Laboratory is
under the direction of Dr. A. Bruno Frazier. The laboratory consists of 5
processing / testing bays dedicated to different purposes. Currently, there are
between 15-20 students (graduate and undergraduate) working in the Micro
Instrumentation Research Laboratory. The students have a mixed technical background
including electrical engineering, bioengineering, biology, mechanical
engineering, materials science, and physics. The projects are as varied as the
students. In general, the research projects can be categorized as either bio
instrumentation or electronic instrumentation.

   The Micro Instrumentation Instructional Laboratory is
dedicated to the development of technical expertise in personnel interested in
micro scale systems. A one semester course series is offered as a technical
elective for upper level undergraduates with a variety of special topics
courses offered at the graduate level.
Additionally, there is an industrial educational component to the MIIL. Namely, the MEMS Bootcamp is an industrial
short course offered as a concentrated, hands-on, technical course for
practicing engineers and scientist interested in gaining skills in the theory
and practical aspects of MEMS, micro systems technology, and micromachining.

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