2019 - IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award for Emerging Technologies “For the development and widespread commercialization of MEMS resonators for timing applications.”
Thomas W. Kenny mainly focuses on Optoelectronics, Silicon, Electronic engineering, Resonator and Cantilever. He mostly deals with Piezoresistive effect in his studies of Optoelectronics. His studies deal with areas such as Material properties, Composite material, Toughness and Finite element method as well as Silicon.
The concepts of his Electronic engineering study are interwoven with issues in Wireless, Temperature measurement, Deflection, Microelectromechanical systems and Young's modulus. His Resonator research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quality, Temperature control, Atmospheric temperature range and Dissipation. Thomas W. Kenny has researched Cantilever in several fields, including Nanotechnology, Doping, Johnson–Nyquist noise, Noise and Biasing.
Thomas W. Kenny spends much of his time researching Optoelectronics, Resonator, Microelectromechanical systems, Silicon and Electronic engineering. The Optoelectronics study combines topics in areas such as Cantilever, Nanotechnology and Electrical engineering. His Resonator research incorporates themes from Quality, Nonlinear system, Gyroscope and Dissipation.
His work deals with themes such as Mechanics and Thermoelastic damping, which intersect with Dissipation. His Microelectromechanical systems study combines topics in areas such as Acoustics, Wafer-level packaging, Control theory, Temperature measurement and Tuning fork. His work carried out in the field of Silicon brings together such families of science as Composite material, Doping, Epitaxy and Optics.
Thomas W. Kenny focuses on Resonator, Optoelectronics, Microelectromechanical systems, Silicon and Gyroscope. His Resonator study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quality, Nonlinear system, Tuning fork and Dissipation. His studies in Dissipation integrate themes in fields like Mechanics, Q factor, Finite element method and Thermoelastic damping.
Thomas W. Kenny is studying Wafer, which is a component of Optoelectronics. Thomas W. Kenny focuses mostly in the field of Microelectromechanical systems, narrowing it down to topics relating to Acoustics and, in certain cases, Sensitivity. His Silicon research incorporates elements of Condensed matter physics, Doping, Atmospheric temperature range, Piezoresistive effect and Stiction.
Thomas W. Kenny spends much of his time researching Resonator, Optoelectronics, Microelectromechanical systems, Silicon and Gyroscope. Thomas W. Kenny has included themes like Quality, Acoustics, Thermoelastic damping and Dissipation in his Resonator study. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Thermal, Epitaxy, Capacitive sensing, Temperature coefficient and Atmospheric temperature range.
His Microelectromechanical systems study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Electronic engineering. His Electronic engineering research includes elements of Dither and Vibrating structure gyroscope. Thomas W. Kenny combines subjects such as Condensed matter physics and Doping with his study of Silicon.
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Adhesive force of a single gecko foot-hair
Kellar Autumn;Yiching A. Liang;S. Tonia Hsieh;Wolfgang Zesch.
Evidence for van der Waals adhesion in gecko setae
Kellar Autumn;Metin Sitti;Yiching A. Liang;Anne M. Peattie.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
CORRIGENDUM: Quantum Limit of Quality Factor in Silicon Micro and Nano Mechanical Resonators
Shirin Ghaffari;Saurabh A. Chandorkar;Shasha Wang;Eldwin J. Ng.
Scientific Reports (2015)
What is the Young's Modulus of Silicon?
M.A. Hopcroft;W.D. Nix;T.W. Kenny.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2010)
Quality factors in micron- and submicron-thick cantilevers
K.Y. Yasumura;T.D. Stowe;E.M. Chow;T. Pfafman.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2000)
Attonewton force detection using ultrathin silicon cantilevers
T. D. Stowe;K. Yasumura;T. W. Kenny;D. Botkin.
Applied Physics Letters (1997)
Electroosmotic Capillary Flow with Nonuniform Zeta Potential
Herr Ae;Molho Ji;Santiago Jg;Mungal Mg.
Analytical Chemistry (2000)
Measurements and modeling of two-phase flow in microchannels with nearly constant heat flux boundary conditions
Lian Zhang;Jae-Mo Koo;Linan Jiang;M. Asheghi.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2002)
Ultrahigh-density atomic force microscopy data storage with erase capability
G. Binnig;M. Despont;U. Drechsler;W. Häberle.
Applied Physics Letters (1999)
Closed-loop electroosmotic microchannel cooling system for VLSI circuits
Linan Jiang;J. Mikkelsen;Jae-Mo Koo;D. Huber.
IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies (2002)
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