Here are all the people, degree programs, and spaces associated with research on "Control and Manipulation at Micro/Nano-scale" in The College of Engineering.
Research Areas: Control and Manipulation at Micro/Nano-scale, Dynamic Modeling and Vibration Control of Distributed Systems, Dynamics and Control of MEMS/NEMS Sensors and Actuators, Piezoelectric Actuators and Sensors
Research Areas: Characterization of Composite Materials, Composite Materials, Composite Processing, Control and Manipulation at Micro/Nano-scale, Manufacturing and Failure of Composite Materials, Modeling and Simulation of Composite Processing, Nanostructured Materials
Research Areas: Biochemical Engineering for Production of Chemicals, Control and Manipulation at Micro/Nano-scale, Coupled Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes, Microgrid
Research Areas: Assembly of Nanomaterials, Control and Manipulation at Micro/Nano-scale, Nanodevices, Nanostructures, Sensors
Department: Mechanical Engineering / Degree Requirements: UA Catalog / Admissions: Apply Today