|Application Specific Integrated MEMS Process Service (ASIMPS)
Creating the design, fabrication and characterization support for enabling integration of MEMS and CMOS to span from low cost prototyping to high volume production.
|Biologically Inspired Micro Robotics
This project seeks to develop a joint angle sensor for a robotic cricket, which is part of a larger project with Case Western Reserve University.
We are developing a robust, low-power microengineered interface between living neurons and silicon circuitry.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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