Faculty Awards and Honors
“National Science Foundation Early Career Award”
Sunil Bhave, assistant professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received a five-year National Science Foundation Faculty Early CAREER award under the Integrative, Hybrid, and Complex Systems. Prof. Bhave proposes a comprehensive study and design of dielectrically transduced MEMS resonators for communication and computation. The CAREER project focuses on the key challenges for solid- and liquid-dielectrically transduced, high-quality factor RF resonators, including tuning methods, electrode optimization, substrate isolation, and large array synchronization behavior.