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While currently MEMS functional elements are made of silicon, the diversification of applications, low power consumption and higher integration density demand utilization of new materials in MEMS. We are looking to fill a postdoctoral researcher position to support the research on MEMS materials and integration by using multiscale FEM simulation and other computational tools. Our goal is to gain an in-depth understanding how multilayer membranes and other ultrathin material stacks deform during manufacturing, how microstructure and crystal growth influence the residual stresses and functional performance of sensor systems, and what are their implications on long term reliability. Your task is to provide theoretical modelling both by using existing FEM modeling methods, and developing new computational approaches combining atomistic and continuum models for stress analysis. Application materials should be submitted in a single pdf file and in English.
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Modeling the size dependent pull-in instability of beam-type NEMS using strain gradient theory. Ali Koochi I ; Hamid M. It is well recognized that size dependency of materials characteristics, i. Herein, strain gradient continuum theory is employed to investigate the size dependent pull-in instability of beam-type nano-electromechanical systems NEMS. Two most common types of NEMS i.
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Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems MEMS is the integration of mechanical elements, sensors, actuators, and electronics on a common silicon substrate.