The MicroSystems Lab is currently accepting applications for postdoctoral scholar position in the areas of Inertial Navigation (Hardware Design) and Inertial Navigation (Software Design). More details about the position and how to apply can be found at Link.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded $1.9 million to a UCI engineering team with Dr. Shkel as the principal investigator, developing a chip-scale personal navigation system for use by emergency responders and others who are trapped in locations where GPS signals are unusable. [Link]
Prof. Shkel was voted 2018 president-elect of the IEEE Sensors Council. The council, which comprises 26 member societies with more than 260,000 members worldwide, oversees IEEE’s activities related to sensor theory, design, fabrication, manufacturing, reliability and applications. [Link]
The paper from UCIrvine Microsystems Lab:
“Electrostatic Compensation of Structural Imperfections in Dynamically Amplified Dual-Mass Gyroscope”, A. Efimovskaya, Yu-Wei Lin, Danmeng Wang and A.M. Shkel
University of California, Irvine, USA
The paper was presented by Alexandra Efimovskaya at the IEEE International Symposium on Inertial Sensors and Systems held in Kauai, Hawaii, March 28-30. [Link]
Congratulation to All !
Prof. Shkel joined the IEEE-USA’s Research & Development Policy Committee (R&DPC) as the 2017 representative of the IEEE Sensors Council. The R&DPC provides technical advice to US government policymakers, analyze and interpret new technologies and policies, and promote policies that enhance US economic security and competitiveness.
Federico Giacci accepted an offer from Invensense, San Jose, California.