Micro- and nano-acoustic devices enable integrated systems with a variety of applications ranging from sensing to signal processing. We investigate the physics, applications and integration of linear and nonlinear acoustic devices in semiconductor substrates and piezoelectric films. In particular, we target realization of the next generation of integrated cm- and mm-wave signal processors such as circulators, filters and frequency references. This requires surpassing substantial challenges with energy dissipation, signal transduction, coherence and reciprocity, and power handling at the nano-scale. We also follow the application of nano-acoustics to implement test-vehicles for ultra-precision sensing and scientific explorations such as morphological spectroscopy of atomic layered films and detection of crystal phase transitions.
Prof. Tabrizian received the NSF CAREER Award to investigate novel germanium-based nano-acoustic components for emerging 5G mm-wave wireless applications.
Mehrdad's paper on Super-High-Frequency Fin filters is accepted for oral presentation at IEEE MEMS 2018, Jan. 2018, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Mehrdad's paper on FinBAR technology is accepted for oral presentation at the IEEE International Electron Device Meeting, Dec. 2017, San Francisco.
Mayur awarded the first place in the annual RSC / NIMET nano-fabrication poster competition at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, UF.
Prof. Tabrizian will give the keynote address in the 10th annual NanoFlorida symposium (NanoFlorida 2017) at the Florida International University, Miami, Sept. 23-24.
Prof. Tabrizian is presenting two papers on nonlinear and nonreciprocal micro-acoustic waveguides at NAPA Microsystems Workshop 2017.
Mayur received the IMG Research Excellence Award!
Tabrizian Group has one oral and one poster presentation at IEEE IFCS 2016.
Tabrizian Group Tabrizian Group is represented by two oral presentations at Transducers 2017.
Mayur presents his recent discovery on power-insensitive Si waveguide-based resonators at IEEE MEMS 2017.