MEMS & Energy Seminar : Today 3-4 pm Allen(CISX) 101X (Matt Hopcroft, BSAC, UC Berkeley)

Jae Hyung Lee jaehlee at
Mon May 18 12:38:19 PDT 2009

MEMS Seminar Announcement:

Monday, May 18, 2009,
3:00 – 4:00 pm

MEMS & Energy

Matthew Hopcroft, PhD
Berkeley Micromechanical Analysis and Design Laboratory
Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center
University of California, Berkeley

Generation and consumption of energy at all scales is one of the most
pressing challenges
for the current generation of engineers. This talk will discuss the
application of MEMS
technologies to the future of energy generation and ongoing activities
in the Berkeley
Sensor & Actuator Center related to energy technologies.

Matthew A. Hopcroft received the B.Sc. in Computer Engineering from The George
Washington University in 1998, the M.Phil. degree from the Engineering
Cambridge University in 2002, and the Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering
from Stanford
University in 2007. He is currently a Research Specialist affiliated
with the Berkeley
Micromechanical Analysis and Design group and the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator
Center at the University of California at Berkeley. His research
interests include MEMS
material property measurements, microscale and portable power systems, and
micromechanical resonators.
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