Speaker: Hoang Phan
Affiliation: Griffith University


Health, Environment, and Energy are some of the biggest priorities in the 21st century. Micro ElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) technologies have been playing an active part in supporting these sectors. In this talk, I will present my research pathways over the last ten years, from medical robotics to MEMS devices using inorganic materials such as silicon and silicon carbide that can offer innovative solutions to enhance health care, environmental monitoring, and energy efficiency. The presentation covers some fundamental concepts of physical sensing phenomena in semiconductors and advanced micro/nanofabrication approaches for a broad range of biomedical and industrial applications.

About Physics Seminars

The weekly Physics Seminar series focuses on a broad range of physics research within SMP, along with frequent presentations from visiting researchers. Seminars are usually scheduled for 1.00pm on Tuesdays.

The talks are typically more specialised than a colloquium but are often attended by staff and PhD students across a broad range of areas. Speakers are thus encouraged to include introductory material in the talks.

All SMP researchers and HDR students are encouraged to speak. Please email Lewis Williamson to register your interest.

The seminars are open so there is no need to register your attendance.


Zoom Address: https://uqz.zoom.us/j/94116861984