Greetings from the Microsystems Technology Laboratories at MIT! I am delighted to send you this newsletter with news and updates on recent activities of MTL.
Itâ€™s been about four months since I was given the privilege of heading this remarkable organization. I have been associated with MTL my entire career at MIT.
JesÃºs A. del Alamo
Director, Microsystems Technology Laboratories
New technique produces highly selective filter materials, could lead to more efficient desalination.
A cochlear implant that can be wirelessly recharged would use the natural microphone of the middle ear rather than a skull-mounted sensor.
Laser doping method could enable new infrared imaging systems.
New approach could generate power from sunlight efficiently and on demand.
New device can measure masses as small as one millionth of a trillionth of a gram, in solution.
New approach to 2-D carbon material opens up unexpected properties, could unleash new uses.
New method could lead to near-doubling of heat-transfer efficiency from power-plant condensers.
MIT team develops simple, inexpensive method that could help realize material's promise for electronics, solar power, and sensors.
Brian Anthony accelerates the realization of innovative medical electronic devices and other products through research and education.
New system could provide detailed images -- even of soft tissue -- from a lightweight, portable device.
MIT research could aid ice prevention, wing efficiency, and more.
MIT researchers make surfaces that are easier to cool under extreme heat; finding could benefit power plants, electronics.
Thermophotovoltaic system converts high heat to narrow spectrum tailored to solar cell profile
Schmidt, named for one of MIT's most senior academic posts, first arrived at the Institute as a student in the early 1980s.
Program launched in 2012 brings students and faculty together for a chance to dive deeply into research projects
Letter from School of Engineering dean Ian Waitz confirms appointment as of October 28, 2013.
Bulovic will oversee a broad portfolio of efforts within the School of Engineering that support innovation and entrepreneurship
Mechanical Engineering professor explores the science and technology of nano manufacturing.
Quanttus Dives Into Personal Health With $22M From Khosla, Matrix
Tiny Kateeva, a startup in Menlo Park, Calif., is hoping its technology will be the game changer the industry needs.
New directed self-assembly (DSA) techniques promise to help semiconductor manufacturers develop more advanced, less expensive components
Networking opportunity allowed attendees to catalyze connections in a new way
The annual event gives updates on MTL's activities and plans to representatives from the companies belonging to the Microsystems Industrial Group.
MTL's signature event finds new home in Bretton Woods to celebrate research achievements, bring community togetherâ€”student organization excels.
Historic event reunites past and present MTL leadership
Students and faculty travel to IBM's Yorktown Heights, NY campus to meet IBM researchers, share MTL research highlights