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New paper has been accepted (24-May-2024)

Congratulations to Dr. Ivan Litvinov and co-authors for the new work on the novel piezoresistive sensing flow and/or temperature sensor based on MEMS bifurcation sensors, being accepted to Applied Physics Letters.

How does it work? A bifurcation based MEMS sensor is extremely sensitive to any change in environmental conditions that change heat transfer from the sensing micro-beam to the environment. At the moment of transition between stable states, its piezoresistive response is recorded based on the same electric current that is heating the beam. This sensing principle opens new frontiers in MEMS sensing technology. Wait for it in the press.

If you visit APL website you can find there our previous works on the MEMS sensors:

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