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I agree, I think we'll be seeing an explosives growth in response to the use of Automotive and Medical and Industrial Applications Sensors ...

Good insights, nice presentation ...

From an eighth graders Civics Class ...

Lord Mister Ford:

LINK -->>  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXQf0JG8Uj8

 

       Lord, Mr. Ford, I wish that you could see, what your simple horseless carriage has become

       well it seems to me, your contribution to man

       to say the least got a little outta hand ...

       Well, Lord Mr. Ford, what have ya done?

DIABETES:

The same web sites have similar recommendations for Diabetes. adding the specifics of lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels ...

 

GLAUCOMA:

The Mayo Clinic goes on to say for Glaucoma ...

Several conditions may increase your risk of developing glaucoma, including diabetes, heart diseases, high blood pressure and hypothyroidism.

Link -->> http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/glaucoma/DS00283/DSECTION=risk-factors

You can help prevent many other types of heart disease by making the same lifestyle changes that can improve your heart disease, such as:

  • Quit smoking
  • Control other health conditions, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes
  • Exercise at least 30 minutes a day on most days of the week
  • Eat a diet that's low in salt and saturated fat
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Reduce and manage stress
  • Practice good hygiene
  •     THE WebMD ADDS:
  • Drink alcohol in moderation, if you drink
  • Learn to control stress rather than letting it control you.

LINK -->> http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/heart-disease/DS01120/DSECTION=prevention

LINK -->> http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/understanding-heart-disease-prevention

HEART DISEASE:

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. People of all ages and backgrounds can get the condition.

Link -->> http://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/statistics.htm

 

Are engineers after the right issues and applications?  Are engineers being RE-active or PRO-active, Preventative or Remedial?

The CDC, The Mayo Clinic, and WebMD have this to say ...

 

Thanks for the SEM photos -- nice presentation - good overview of applications.

 

good session - lots of information

Iron

Hello from San Jose, CA.

HW/Test R&D Engineer.

Preasure, Gyro and accellerometer.

No experience with MEMS sensors in medical devices.

 

Thank you Alissa and Alex.

Iron

Thank you Alissa and Alex

No experience with MEMS sensors in medical devices

Pressure, gyro and magnetometer

Nope no med devices

Iron

pressure, temperature, proximity........

Iron

Hardware / management

Iron

Thank you Alissa and Alex for another great presentation.  

Iron

As delicate as the Second Sight surgical procedure must be, it has to be better than implanting the transmitting electrodes directly into the brain tissue, as they have done with some earlier experiments.  

Iron

It's amazing how far wirelessly powered technology has come.

Iron

I am primarily hardware, but starting to branch more into software, and the MEMS that sound the most interesting to me are the ones dealing with ultrasound.  

Iron

Slide 13 makes me believe that a primary sensor (perhaps a chemical sensor) could be powered by a micro-energy power source such as blood pressure pumping.

Platinum

Wonderful sense of humor on slide 11 :-)

Platinum

another good presentation.

Iron

2 This should be a great session

Ready for another informative session

Good session, thank you

Iron

Thank you for valuable information.

Iron

Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald

Iron

Interested in magnetometer.

 

Iron

pressure, temperature, humidity

Iron

can't see slides ? why?

Thanks alot Alissa. Great info. See you tomorrow

Iron

Thanks Alissa.  See (hear) ya tomorrow.  BTW, any consideration for posting your photo on our forum?

Iron

Thank you for the info.  Great information.

Iron

Thanks, I'll Google my question.

Iron

Bye everyone, see you tomorrow!

Yes, radiation detectors are being developed, mostly at universities.  Alpha and Beta particles.

Telecom - lots of MEMS developed for optical networking in last 15 years.  I won't touch on it during this series, but there is alot out there!

Hardware and software

 

Iron

Any work on measuring different types of radiation (Alpha, Gamma, Beta) ?

 

Iron

Thank you, Alissa and Alex

Iron

Pills for GI imaging: right now they do not contain MEMS, but lots of interest in getting a MEMS gyro in there and some propulsion, so that the pill could be controlled and flown through the gut.  Right now it moves by peristaltic action only. Check out Given Imaging, Olympus.

Is thermal contact conductance affected considerably by materials roughness?


Iron

Top US universities in MEMS (IMHO): UC Berkeley, UCLA, MIT, Stanford, U Mich, Cornell, UC Santa Barbara, Georgia Tech...many others doing great work too, but their research groups are smaller and so not as prolific.

Could you please give some examples of applications of MEMS in imaging?

Iron

IR imagers: check out products by FLIR

@Alissa, Thanks, I'll look for the Universitys name.   Any work on measuring different types of radiation (Alpha, Gamma, Beta) ?

Iron

Are there any temperature sensors using MEMS technology, too? If yes, in what applications are they used at?

Iron

What are the top (5) universities doing R&D in MEMS?

Iron

@Victer: there are no neutral orgs working on MEMS reliability issues.  Each company addresses it internally, with their own teams.  Accelerated life testing is very difficult, if not intractable in MEMS, because most MEMS do not have a temp-related degradation mechanism.

Have yet to encounter MEMS ultrasound transducer ...  organic plastic, PZT, yes ... MEMS soon I hope !
See you tomorrow !!

Iron

There has been research on MEMS to measure ion counts.  I know I've seen it, but can't remember which University. 

Literature survey on microfluidics: search IEEE JMEMS journal for a paper by Juan Santiago

@rswanson: as an EE who wants to get into medical MEMS - seek out a job at various medical device manufacturers: Boston Sci, Medtronic, Guidant, GE, etc. are all working on MEMS for medical

MEMS Ultrasound has been in active development for 15+ years - they are called "CMUTs" - Capacitive Micromachined Ultrasound Transducers.  They are very promising for medical imaging, with the potential for much better image resolution than traditional PZT transducers

Fluidics: which companies? are there any literature survey on this?

Iron

Microfluidics - I am not aware of proper design tools for microfluidic circuits.  There are plenty of CFD tools out there: ANSYS, etc. and plenty of layout tools (Coventor, Tanner, AutoCAD), but none that I know specifically geared for microfluidic design.

How could I as an electronics engineer, get involved in the Medical Field of MEMS?

Iron

Fluidics: yes, MEMS can measure flow rate by several means - hot wire anemometer style, doppler ultrasond

Is a MEMS array for ultrasound imaging possible ? BW 1-20MHz ? I think element spacing in the range of 100s of um, 64 to 192 elements.

Iron

can MEMS be used to measure fluid flow rate?

Iron

Where can I find more information about MEMS sensor related to Radon Gas measurements or Radiation measurement

Iron

THasham - the Radan gas sensors seems to be too specific, may be a google search might tell if it exists.

Iron

Thanks Alissa & Alex.

 

Iron

Are there MEMS sensors for super cooled environments like liquid helium?  It would be nice to measure the temperature without heating it up by the measuring device.

Iron

Gas sensors: I am not aware of one for Radon.  There are many out there, I do think they have saturation issues and lifetime issues like traditional technology, but I'm not as familiar with them.

Thanks Alissa and Alex for the great overview. I don't have immediate applications, but some new ideas for the problemsolving toolbox. See all tomorrow.

Iron

Are there any MEMS a vailable for measuring ambient ION counts.

Iron

Thank you Alissa, Alex and All

Iron

@Alissa,, is there MEMS sensor for Radon Gas?


Iron

Thanks for the great overview

I'm enjoying this tour of MEMS technology. Thankyou

   Rick

Iron

Hi everyone.  Lots of questions on the MEMS wireless sensors.  They work just like a RFID chip - they are a passive LC circuit, and when activated by the reader, you measure a change in resonance that is calibrated to the physical phenomena of interest.

great presentation Alissa, are there  applications in telecom for mems other than the usual gyroscops?

Thx. Alissa and Alex

Iron

Thank you Alissa, Alex, Digikey and Design News..for these great lecture.

 

Iron

Thanks Alissa. Another good one.

Iron

Thanks Alissa and Alex - again, fascinating stuff!

Great material Alissa! Thx!

Iron

Thanks Alissa for a great presentation

Iron

thank you alissa for the great presentation...see you tomorrow

Iron

Thank you, Alissa and Alex

Iron

thanks for all the info today

Iron

Ran - I guess its magnetic field.. not sure though,,-- the way i imagine is... trigger a sweep of frequencies outside the body..the implant resonaces at certain frequency and echoes it back.. you try to sense that echo..and find the pressure

Iron

Thanks very much, Alissa.  Very interesting technologies.

Iron

Please give pointers or more information to the "Gas Chromatograph" device on side 21?

thank you Alissa,

Iron

@Alissa,, is there MEMS sensor for Radon Gas?

Iron

Thanks for another great lecture - Lots of great material to learn

Iron

Alissa, Thank you for today's lecture

Iron

Great presentation Alissa!

Thanks Alissa for a great session!

Iron

a pressure sensor can be used ?

Is there a MEMS sensor for vacuum?

Gold

Do MEMS gas sensors have a lifetime issue like many of the current non-MEMS gas sensors?

Iron

@Alissa how about Radon Gas?

Iron

What kind of spatial resolution do the IR imaging MEMS technologies currently achieve?

Iron

Electronic assembly inspection also benefits from IR imaging to identify hot spots due to manufacturing defects or even design issues

Iron

@raghu - So can I conclude the extracted signal is via magnetic field?

Iron

IR is also good for mechanical and electrical fault detection. change in temp usually means change in how it's working.

Iron

Ran - Aorta sensor is by resonance.. ..the resonance of the implant changes wrt the pressure change around.. by sensing the resonance its pressure is back calculated.

Iron

ALISSA: Do you have information of the embedded pill that some engineering company and pharmaceutical are involved. I wonder how much MEMS are they using to measure PH as the pill travels in the digestive system.

Iron

Do you know of a chemically inert ultrasonic transducer?

Iron

@Alissa - Concerning the Aorta stent graft...  Would you repeat how this device is powered and how its signal interface is accomplished?  Wires?  RF?  Optical?  Induction?  Capacitive?

Iron

If this has been covered in previous discusions, I apolgize.  What tools are available for MEMS design?  In partucular Microfluidics in silicon?

What type of accuracy is available for industrial MEMS temperature sensors and what are the power requirements?

Iron

@Alex : No projects in medical MEMS

Iron

JC6769 - whats your Question again?

How is MEMS accuracy determined? NIST measurement?

Iron

implantable retina is way cool - saw it while at MIT Lincoln Lab 20 years ago

Iron

how is power given to the sensors in the TPMS

acceleometer for a transfemoral amputee prosthesis if that counts as a medical experience, I focus on the instrumentation...

Iron

8 X 8 is certainly good enough for collision avoidance.

Iron

DOE has been involved in a consortium of this application 2-sight.com is doing.

Iron

JC6769 -  whats your Question again?

Iron

worked with MEMS gyros...

 

Iron

is the sensimed device powered like a RFID chip?

Blogger

Inductor coil - please explain

Iron

No medical MEMS experience

Iron

@Alex question - No projects in medical, but I would like to.

Iron

Intraocular pressure sensor device, kool

Iron

No experience with medical sensor, but have heard about a couple of them.  This bring up the same question I was asking yesterday on reliability testing of MEMS devices.  Is there any organization out there working on reliability requirement for MEMS devices ?  How do we do accelerate life testing (Similar to transistor) with MEMS devices ?  What is the min requirement ?

Iron

Cool, no more puff-test

Iron

medical regulatory in US is FDA ... usually independent auditors.

Iron

No direct experience but a medical equipment suplier is testing their devices in our equipment.

Iron

Is triggerfish approve to use in US?

If not how soon it will be available?

Iron

no experience with mems or medical

Iron

ECG monitor MEMS to remove motion artifact

We designed MEMS chips for invitro drug delivery for the eye and lab on a chip for another customer. Main issues are FDA approvals and large chip sizes affecting yield and chip cost.

 

Iron

Not in medical field but very interesting

no experience with MEMS, medical or other. very interesting though for medical and biological systems, closed loop control is exciting.

Iron

How is the volume of insulin delivered being controlled for the insulin micropumps?

Iron

ambulatory ECG monitor

@MazianLab -  i believe they work on principle of resonance...without wire connections..

Iron

No medical MEMs experience

No medical design experience here

Iron

No experience with MEMS

Iron

Nope. No experience with medical systems (so far)

Iron

no current experience

Iron

2-sight is quite impressive

Iron

how do the wireless MEMS sensors work inside the body? how are they connected to the analyzers?

Iron

@Alex - That why I said yesterday that the slides should be number on each slide.

Iron

It looks like most of the MEMS devices are very small.  From manufacturing standpoint, they will be difficult to have a large number of wafers order for a single devices.  Is any of the MEMS application cross using some of the pressure sensor design out there ?  Might be using different packaging available to make it applicable for different application ?

Iron

acc, gyro and pressure are the 3 technically matured mems sensors available in the market.. are there any new off the shelf mems sensors?

Iron

With the right type of reagent in a cavity on the chip or off chip

 

Iron

How does a MEMS device detect a specific protein, antibody, etc. in a biomed test application?

Iron

Question - how is the accuracy of MEMS sensors determined? NIST?

Iron

Can pressure sensors be used for fluid flow measurement? are you aware of this app?

Iron

Microfluidics MEMS or not... symantics, it uses many of the basic MEMS technologies to manufacture it and hence is MEMS.

 

Iron

@steve.. take it easy on slide #s.. thnk

Iron

If we had stock tips we wouldn't be doing this lecture...

Iron

VLSI, interest in heat sensors, working at present on small thermal management for LEDs application.

Iron

@JGheesling - Still, GTO is a great memory.  I still love the old muscle cars.  If only GM would bring it back with new electronics, MEMS and pricing.

Iron

Alex is right!

 

 

Blogger

EE...Double-easy...(I only wish...)

 

Iron

Raghu - still need slide numbers?

Slide 11

Iron

microfluidic channels have no moving parts, no electronic/electrical.. right? is it still called mems?  may be just microfluidic systems

Iron

pillcam by Given imaging

Medical tech...I'm very interested.  Especially with microsurgery.

 

Iron

Alex, do you have any good stock tips?

also interested in microfluidics ... wife has external insulin pump ... implanted better ? IDK.

Iron

Allisa, what's the maximumpossible velocity of fluids in the microfluidic MEMS?

Iron

 

Electronic nose developed in Technion university in Israel is a great example for gas MEMS

I want one of these:

DARPA to Design Atomic Sensor System as GPS Alternative http://www.designnews.com/document.asp?doc_id=242474

software development background with recent HW and firmware

Iron

@Alex question - HW/SW/FW.

Iron

Working on multisensor hub...

Iron

@alex - interested in all MEMS sensors

Iron

I design mobile autonomous robotic equipment designed to track and disable vehicles and people, I use many types of sensors, as heat, infrared, gyros, pressure, vision

Iron

telecommunications smartphone/mobile handsets. Interested in acceleronmeters, pressure, etc.

Iron

@JGheesling - Give me my 69 GTO any day

1969 Pontiac GTO 60-0mph stopping distance ~ 153 ft.

Current autos w/ABS stopping distance ~ 115 to 120 ft. typical

Kinda says it all where the electronics is concerned.

Iron

general interest for MEMS

Iron

EE, product development.  Motion and proximity.

Iron

Are there any other MEMS types in the future ?

Iron

Sr. Designer: My Interest is Pressure, Temperature, Proximity and Acceleration

Iron

I am working in R&D for class 3 medical devices and interested in enviroment sensors (e.g., acceleration, angular sensing, magnetic, pressure, etc.).

 

Iron

Education - general

Iron

Director of Engineering.  Pressure & Position.

I am the technical leader of the Acutronic iTS Lab (http://www.acutronic.com/global/us/test-solutions.html) where we test MEMS devices mostly in inertial sensors (Gyro, Accel, IMU, etc)

Iron

software. no current application for MEMS just general interest.

Iron

job is a bit of everything and most interested in pressure

Iron

Interested in overview of all the sensors so I'll know when to recommend one.

I'm a EE that deals with mostly hardware. Laser Scanning Mems is my current interest.

Iron

R & D Engineer for vehilce equipment

Iron

General interest in MEMS

Iron

Am a mobile tech analyst. Mostly listening in to learn about sensors, where they are and will be and what their uses are. Also, Dr. Fitzgerald is such a rockstar in this field, I take advantage of every opportunity to hear her speak.

Iron

nuclear regulatory:  any type of sensor that maybe used in future applications

underwater microphones / shock sensors / pressure sensors

 

software engineer (industrial control); light, turbidity, pressure, general interest

Iron

job function is sustaining engineering for instrumentation manufacturer

Iron

software manager

gyro, accelerometers and magnetometers, and pressure sensors

 

Iron

hardware - biomedical

Iron

electrical engineering: design and teatching

Iron

Consultant Process Control

Iron

Temperature, pressure, humidity

Iron

ME, but I am interested in general applicaiton of MEMS

Iron

Interested in all MEMS sensors.

Iron

how is power given to the sensors in the TPMS?


mechanical engineer. CO2 laser development.

Gold

embedded software

 

Iron

program manager medical electronics

intersted in bio MEMS

 

MEMS manufacturing engineering

Iron

@Alex - My last posting never showed.

Iron

$3M does not seems to be a lot of business for such an investment in cleanrooms for mems..

Iron

thought TPMS does not measure absolute pressure, but rather measures the rotational speed of each wheel and identifies a wheel that spins faster (underinflated)...

Iron

@steve: thanks for posting the slide numbers

Iron

Give me my 69 GTO any day

Iron

Discrete pulseing a brake on each wheel is used today to inplement ESC. (w/o steering by wire.)

@ronald.larose , I wait for the same

Iron

With drive by wire (ESC as an example) evaluating how much responsibility is on the driver could be a controversial issue...

Iron

hello everyone, better late than never...sorry

Iron

google is already doing this yes? auto-pilot cars

Iron

SNOW: I was in an accident in my subdivitsion because the anti-skid control of the car distrated me by doing things for me.

Iron

the most important thing is every time the car is started the crash sensor can be tested unlike other airbag system

old expresion... " problem is nut behind the wheel"

Iron

Electronics Engineering Manager  

Automotive Systems/Modules (Air-Bag Control Units & Sensors, Body Electronics, Battery Pack & E/E Systems Architecture & Integration)

Iron

interested in all available sensors

Iron

I can't wait until the cars drive themselves!

Gold

@luizcosta ; pill camera is already there.. check zarlinks

Iron

All MEMS used is in avionics, incuding future magnetometers

Iron

accel, gyros, pressure make sense for mems.. but i dont see why mems for light, temperature and chemical sensors...whay do they needs moving parts to sense?

Iron

ALEX/ALISSA: Anyone planning to put MEMS in the new age micro pill containing embedded computers?

Iron
Accelerometer, gyro
Iron

Currently on slide 6

Iron

Don't have a current project with MEMS but have used accelerometers. Ultrasonic might have a use for us. I was not aware of that type of MEMS sensor.

Iron

Pressure, proximity, accelerator are related my projects..but interested in all avaialble sensors

 

Iron

Magnetometers, Pressure and 3-Axis Acceleration sensors.

Iron

Air velocity, temperature, accelerometer primarily.

Iron

Ultrasonic ... I work in medical ultrasound imaging. Is an ultrasonic array for imaging possible ? BW ?

Iron

general interest, light

Iron

ANSWER: WHAT TYPES OF MEMS SENSORS ARE YOU MOST INTERESTED IN?

PRESSURE, ACCELEROMETERS, GYROS (Gyroscopes, not Greek sandwiches), TEMPERATURE, ULTRASOUND/PROXIMITY, MAGNETOMETERS

 

Blogger

why do we need mems for temperature measurement?

Iron

Pressure, accelerometers and gyros

Iron

Gyro, Accellerometer, or the combined IMU

Iron

most interested in acelerometer, gyro and magnetometer for future applications. possibly temp.

Iron

mainly temperature and pressure

Iron

Pressure and accelerometers

Iron

temperature, pressure

Iron

PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE, PROXIMITES

 

Iron

just looking for general information - any and all is good...

More interested in the technology and learning more

 

Iron

all but gyros/accel mostly

 

Iron

Flow - must be chemically inert

Iron

how about somebody who can hear the audio post the current slide number here..thanks

Iron

Proximity, Accellerometer, Magnetometer

General Interest: gyros, compass/magnetic, speed

Iron

Mostly pressure sensors with some use of temperature sensors

Iron

proximity sensor design is interesting ?  How will one manufacture something like that

Iron

Mostly interested in pressure and acceleration. Maybe temperature also

Gold

Pressure, temp, accel, gyro

Iron

pressure, accelerometers, gyros

Iron

Tuned in for general information on the MEMS world

Iron

Loss sound, need to reload ?

Iron

H/W S/W F/W and knowledge junkie.

@jasonchang: today's slide deck IS downloadable.

Blogger

Steve Linefsky Electronic Systems Eng

Iron

Oops late today.  Hi all.

 

Iron

semiconductor material processing/project and product management/

Iron

Hardware and software. Developement of industrial electronic test equipment.

Iron

Good afternoon... hardware

Iron

I'm mostly software, some hardware (but not designing hardware myself)

Welcome back Alissa.

Iron

still can not donwload today's slide deck.

 

Iron

HW and SW, mosstly HW and moving towards SW.

Iron

software and hardware

Iron

Engineering MGR R&D

Iron

System Integration: Both HW and SW

Iron

mothly software and hardware.

Iron

HW, PM, no MEMS use currently, potential future

Iron

mostly communication and computer electronics (hw), some firmware support.

Iron

System engineer; hardware, software, troubleshooting.

 

Iron

Hardware/software/firmware/manager - chief cook & bottle washer

Iron

Reliability specialist

Iron

hardware and software here

Iron

Hello Alissa, Alex, and everyone

Hardware. Mechanical Engineer.

Gold

Applied Materials and Process Development

Iron

Hardware and some software

Iron

Both hardware & software

All the above but prefer hardware / firmware

Iron

Mostly hardware - some software

Iron

Product Development Manager

Iron

@Alex - It has been dropping messages for a long time now.  It dropped yesterday.

Iron

Hardware design, systems integration

Iron

I am a hardware person

Iron

Hardware & software.

Iron

Firmware, software and some hardware

hardware inkje engineer

Iron

Hi Alex, hi, Alissa, hi all.

Iron

both - h/w and s/w

Iron

Hello everyone!

Good day to you all.

Iron

Good afternoon, Alissa

Iron

Audio is loud and clear...

Iron

Chat is dropping messages...

Iron

Good afternoon Alissa.

Iron

Good afternoon Alex.

 

Iron

Another good presentatio...

Beautiful day in South Florida

Hello all, how/when do we get our questions answered?

 

Iron

Good afternoon, everyone.

Iron

Alissa, thanks for doing this mems series!

Iron

Good afternoon folks.

Iron

@schap1: Let me check on this

Blogger

slide deck for day 3 error 404 - not found

Iron

Good afternoon Alex. It looks like there is a problem with the Slide Deck for days 3, 4, and 5. I keep getting an error message when I try to get them.

Iron

Slide #3 is poor quality, can't read it.

Iron

Be sure to click 'Today's Slide Deck' under Special Educational Materials above right to download the PowerPoint for today's session.

Blogger

Please join our Digi-Key Continuing Education Center LinkedIn Group at http://linkd.in/yoNGeY

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The streaming audio player will appear on this web page when the show starts at 2pm eastern today. Note however that some companies block live audio streams. If when the show starts you don't hear any audio, try refreshing your browser.

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