COMSOL Conference 2017 User Presentations

Over 150 presentations on multiphysics simulation will be given at the conference by COMSOL Multiphysics users. By attending these sessions, you can connect with your colleagues and learn from their experiences. This year's program includes application specific Panel Discussions as well as a grand Poster Session.

MEMS and Nanotechnology 2

Session Chair: Shaun Berry, MIT Lincoln Laboartory October 5th, 2:45PM - 4:15PM Salon H

Design & Finite Element Analysis of Micro Electro Mechanical Capacitive Temperature Sensors

N. Z. Khan 1

1 Rutgers University,  New Brunswick,  NJ,  USA

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Dissolution Modelling of Uniform Aqueous Droplets in Two-Phase Flow in a Micro-Fluidic Device

S. Onel 1,2,3,4 ,  U. Okumus 1 ,  M. Toner 3,4,5

1 Department of Chemical Engineering,  Hacettepe University,  Ankara,  Turkey
2 Center for Engineering in Medicine,  Massachusetts General Hospital,  Boston,  MA,  USA
3 Shriners Hospital for Children,  Boston,  MA,  USA
4 Harvard Medical School,  Boston,  MA,  USA
5 BioMEMS Resource Center,  Center for Engineering in Medicine and Surgical Services,  Massachusetts General Hospital,  Boston,  MA,  USA

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Liquid Microlenses with Adjustable Focusing and Beam Steering For Single Cell Optogenetics

S. Berry 1 ,  S. Redmond 1 ,  P. Robinson 1 ,  T. Thorsen 1 ,  M. Rothschild 1 ,  E. S. Boyden 2, 3

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Laboratory,  Lexington,  MA,  USA
2 Department of Biological Engineering,  Massachusetts Institute of Technology,  Cambridge,  MA,  USA
3 Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences,  Massachusetts Institute of Technology,  Cambridge,  MA,  USA

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Numerical Simulation of Pool Film Boiling Heat Transfer during Quenching of Heated Cylindrical Rods

S. Ebrahim 1 ,  F. B. Cheung 1 ,  A. Alshayji 2

1 Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering,  Pennsylvania State University,  University Park,  PA,  USA
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering,  College of Engineering and Petroleum,  Kuwait University,  Kuwait

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Simulation of Silicon Nanodevices at Cryogenic Temperatures for Quantum Computing

F. A. Mohiyaddin 1 ,  F. G. Curtis 1 ,  M. N. Ericson 1 ,  T. S. Humble 1

1 Quantum Computing Institute,  Oak Ridge National Laboratory,  Oak Ridge,  TN,  USA

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