IEEE Seminar Topics on MEMS | Electronic Engineering

MEMS stands for MicroElectroMechanical Systems. It can be defined as miniaturized mechanical and electro-mechanical elements (i.e., devices and structures) that are made using the techniques of microfabrication. The critical physical dimensions of MEMS devices can vary from well below one micron on the lower end of the dimensional spectrum, all the way to several millimeters. Here we have listed IEEE papers and journals for ECE and EEE seminar. Download the respective PDF papers related to the IEEE seminar topics.

IEEE Seminar Topics on MEMS

MEMS Technology-An Overview on Scaling Advantages and Issues (PDF)
Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and Fluid Flows (Download PDF)
A Study on MEMS With Their Applications In Microwave And Acceleration Sensor (Download PDF)
Implantable Bio-MEMS for the treatment of Cancer (PDF)
MEMS Microcantilevers: The Coming Generation Sensing Elements (Download PDF)
Geometrical consideration and modeling of MEMS-based accelerometer (Download PDF)
High-shear-velocity Composite Acoustic Materials of AlN/Diamond for Biological MEMS Devices (PDF)
Piezoelectric MEMS to Harvest Energy from Ambient Vibrations (Download PDF)
Design, Manufacturing, and Test of a High-Precision MEMS Inclination Sensor for Navigation Systems in Robot-Assisted Surgery (PDF)
Design and Performance of Wheel-mounted MEMS IMU for Vehicular Navigation (Download IEEE PDF)
Steering Co-centered and Co-directional Optical and Acoustic Beams with a Water-immersible MEMS Scanning Mirror for Underwater Ranging and Communication (PDF)
Simulation and Derivation of Deflection Equation for Suspended Diaphragm for MEMS Application Using Kirchhoff-Love Theory (PDF)
Additive and Digital Fabrication of 3D Interconnects in MEMS Packaging Using Printing Technologies (Download Full Thesis PDF)
Advanced Wireless Box Using MEMS For Vehicle Accidental Monitoring With Perfect Location (PDF)
A Study on High Precision MEMS-IMU/GPS/Magnetometer/Barometer Integrated Navigation System (PDF)
Mechanical Properties Measurements of 0.35-┬Ám BiCMOS MEMS Structures (PDF)
Ultra High-Performance In-line Contact MEMS RF Switch (PDF)