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Post Doctoral Research MCE Department

Florida Institute of Technology
Florida, United States
Salary Not Specified
Date posted
Aug 23, 2023

  • The postdoc will investigate two techniques for improving the capabilities and performance of micromechanical oscillators.
  • Investigate novel micromechanical oscillators with oscillations induced by an internal thermal feedback mechanism and stabilized by internal nonlinearities, which can significantly simplify the oscillator control electronics.
  • Study an approach for improving the phase noise performance of oscillators by utilizing in-situ tension in the mechanical structure (dissipation dilution).
  • Carry out related experimental work as a visitor in Prof. Tom Kenny's lab at Stanford University.
Location: Dr. Steven Shaw 501OEC RM305

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