Conf-Awards

Congratulations to the group for winning two best paper awards at the 2017 ASME IDETC.

8/10/2017

​PhD students Amal Hajjaj and Sherif Tella received best paper awards for their presentations at the ASME IDETC 2017 for their work titled

 

1)Tella, Sherif, Nouha Alcheikh, and Mohammad I. Younis. "Electrothermally Actuated Microbeams With Varying Stiffness." ASME 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference.

 

2)Hajjaj, Amal Z., Nouha Alcheikh, and Mohammad I. Younis. "Effect of Initial Curvature on the Static and Dynamic Behavior of MEMS Resonators." ASME 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference.