degree in Civil Engineering and the M.S. degree in Applied
Mechanics from the
National Taiwan University
in 2001 and 2003, respectively.
Professor Tsung-Tsong Wu's
my research was devoted to RF MEMS, acoustic wave
materials, and SAW filters in the
Ultrasonics Lab. My
research mainly focused on the numerical simulations,
designs, and MEMS fabrications of SAW filters using
slanted fingers interdigital transducers (SFIT)
semi-infinite piezoelectric substrate and the
layered piezoelectric medium.
Driven by my strong interests in MEMS technologies, I
joined the Advanced Technology Center of the
as a MEMS R&D engineer. My
colleagues and I worked on micro-fluidics technology, CMOS-MEMS integration, and post-CMOS
fabrication. I was
very proud that our first CMOS-compatible MEMS
an inkjet print head using twin
was commercialized in 2005. Currently, I am working
toward the Ph.D. degree
in Mechanical Engineering at the
University of California at Berkeley.
I am also a graduate student researcher in the
Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center (BSAC)
Berkeley Micromechanical Analysis
and Design Group (BMAD) at the same time.
Professor Albert P. Pisano's
my research interests focus upon acoustic wave devices,
piezoelectric RF N/MEMS resonators and filters, and CMOS-compatible
on Nov. 30, 2013.