MTL Memo Series, 2010

MTL maintains a comprehensive Memo Series covering the activities of MTL and related microsystems research at MIT. A chronological list of memos issued from 2009-present appears below. Copies of MTL Memos are available online exclusively to members of the Microsystems Industrial Group (MIG) at MTL.

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09-2069 An All-Digital Transmitter for Pulsed Ultra-Wideband Communication Patrick Mercier
09-2070 Pentacene Integrated Thin-film Transistors and Circuits Ivan Nausieda
09-2071 Building Integrated Cell-based Microsystems – Fabrication Methodologies, Metrology Tools and Impact on Cellular Physiology Salil Desai
09-2072 The Bias-stress Effect in Pentacene Organic Thin-film Transistors Kevin Kyungbum Ryu
10-2073 High Mobility Germanium MOSFETs: Study of
Ozone Surface Passivation and n-type Dopant Channel Implants Combined with ALD Dielectrics
John J. Hennessy
10-2074 Self-Aligned AlGaN/GaN Transistors for Sub-mm Wave Applications Omair I. Saadat
10-2075 Stabilizing the Dual Inverted Pendulum: A Practical Approach Taylor Wallis Barton
10-2076 Stability-Preserving Model Reduction for Linear and Nonlinear Systems Arising in Analog Circuit Applications Bradley Neil Bond
10-2077 Photosynthesis-inspired device architectures for organic photovoltaics Timothy David Heidel
10-2078 Origami-Inspired Nanofabrication Utilizing Physical
and Magnetic Properties of In Situ Grown Carbon Nanotubes
Hyun Jin In
10-2079 A feature-to-wafer-scale model of etch-rate non-uniformity in deep reactive ion etching Jaime O. Díaz
10-2080 Digitally-Assisted, Ultra-Low Power Circuits and Systems for Medical Applications Jose L. Bohorquez
10-2081 The Bias-stress Effect in Pentacene Organic Thin-film
Kevin Kyungbum Ryu
10-2082 Terahertz Imaging and Quantum Cascade Laser Based Devices Alan Wei Min Lee
10-2083 Parallel Architectures for Entropy Coding in a Dual-Standard Ultra-HD Video Encoder Bonnie K. Y. Lam
10-2084 Alignment and Actuation of Compliant Nanostructures and Diffractive Optics by Inter-nanomagnet Forces Martin Deterre
10-2085 An Optical Data Receiver for Integrated Photonic Interconnects Michael S. Georgas
10-2086 A Microfluidic Platform for the Genome-Wide Analysis of Electrical Phenotype: Physical Theories and Biological Applications Michael D. Vahey
10-2087 Continuous-Flow
Study and Scale-up of Conventionally Difficult Chemical Processes
Nikolay Zaborenko
10-2088 Planar Chalcogenide Glass Materials and Devices Juejun Hu
10-2089 Physics of Electrical Degradation in GaN High Electron Mobility Transistors Jungwoo Joh
10-2090 SSTA Design Methodology for Low Voltage Operation Rahul Rithe
10-2091 45nm Direct Battery DC-DC Converter for Mobile Applications Saurav Bandyopadhyay
10-2092 Quantum Capacitance in Scaled Down III-V FETs Donghyun Jin
10-2093 A 1-mW Vibration Energy Harvesting System for
Moth Flight-Control Applications
Samuel C. Chang
10-2094 A Microvillus Based Approach to Model Cell Rolling Suman Bose
10-2095 Ultra-High-Aspect-Ratio Nanofluidic Channels for High-Throughput Biological Applications Pan Mao
10-2096 Ultra-High-Aspect-Ratio Nanofluidic Channels for High-Throughput Biological Applications Vikas Sharma
10-2097 Fault Tolerant, Low Voltage SRAM Design Yildiz Sinangil
10-2098 Microfluidic Systems for Continuous Crystallization of Small Organic Molecules Mahmooda Sultana
10-2099 Design, Fabrication, and Characterization of a MEMS Steam-Generating Device Based on the Decomposition of High-Test Hydrogen Peroxide Feras Eid
10-2100 Hole Transport in Strained SiGe-Channel MOSFETs:Velocity in Scaled Devices and Mobility Under Applied Mechanical Strain Leonardo Gomez
10-2101 An Energy Efficient AES Engine with DPA-Resistance Hye Won Chung
10-2102 Experimental Investigations of Solid-Solid Thermal Interface Conductance Kimberlee Chiyoko Collins
10-2103 Microfluidic Devices for Analysis of Red Blood Cell Mechanical Properties Hansen Bow

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