Micro Nano Characterization Laboratory (MNL) deals with the design, modeling and experimental characterization of nanomechanical systems (NEMS), microelectromechanical (MEMS), micro-optomechanical systems (MOEMS), medical micro devices as well as analog and radio frequency (RF) microelectonic circuitries. Design capabilities of the laboratory include Finite-element based physical modeling, equivalent system modeling, integrated-circuit design and lumped element mechanical modeling. Experimental characterization efforts at MNCL focus on the vibration-amplitude measurement, dynamic characterization of micro-systems, high-frequency distributed parameter modeling, fiber-optic transmission systems etc.




  • [24.08.2009] The article "PLED integrated FR4 MEMS Display" by Y.D. Gokdel, A.O. Sevim, B. Kucukakarsu, S. Mutlu and A.D. Yalcinkaya has been accepted for IEEE LEOS 2009 Conference which will be held on 4-8 October 2009 in Antalya, TURKEY.
  • [10.07.2009] The article "Design and Fabrication of Two-Axis Micromachined Steel Scanners Design" by Y.D. Gokdel, B. Sarioglu, S. Mutlu and A.D. Yalcinkaya has been published in the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 19, No. 7, pg. 1-8, July 2009.