Read and discover the research posters from the C-MEMS lab. With most posters being authored by undergraduate students.
Projects like the Thermoelectric Generator will bring revolutionary technology to our homes and jobs.
At the C-MEMS lab we enjoy a variety of partnerships with different companies and corporations outside of Boise State University.
About the Lab
The Ceramic Microelectrical Mechanical Systems (C-MEMS) lab uses Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramics (LTCC) to manufacture prototypes for research purposes. This lab is supervised by Dr. Donald Plumlee and run by undergraduate research assistants at Boise State University. The C-MEMS lab provides services for design to fabrication of many different possible applications of LTCC. A few of the lab projects include work in microfluidic channels, thermoelectric generators, and plasma microthrusters.
Photo of the Week:
This pictures displays a prototype of the electric plasma microthruster. View its project page here. The microthruster project is funded by NASA and will provide more efficient thrust capabilities to small satellites.