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Adnane Kara and Jessy Mathault, student members of LABioTRON were awarded the Brian L. Barge Award for Excellence in Microsystems Integration @ CMC Texpo'14

posted Feb 22, 2015, 9:04 PM by Amine M   [ updated Feb 22, 2015, 9:04 PM ]




Adnane Kara and Jessy Mathault were awarded the Brian L. Barge Award for Excellence in Microsystems Integration for their presentation Low Cost and High density Microelectrode Array on Polymer Substrate for Electrochemical Sensing and Particles Manipulation.

The Brian L. Barge Award for Excellence in Microsystems Integration is made to the competitor who demonstrates the most effective multi-technology and/or multi-disciplinary microsystems project.

The award is open to graduate degree students who are at a Canadian University. 

An ideal project would contain elements of the following two areas:

  • A project integrating two or more distinctly different microsystems technologies* e.g. microelectronics and MEMS in either a monolithic or hybrid environment.
  • A microsystems project with two or more researchers from distinctly different research disciplines e.g. EE/ECE, Mechanical Engineering and Bio-chemistry

The research project itself is expected to be both novel and industrially relevant.

The competition is intended to identify and support researchers using microsystems technologies in collaborative, multi-disciplinary and/or multi-technology environments.

Submissions can be working projects, demonstration applications prototypes or description of new design methodologies which exemplify the concept of multi-technology and/or multi-disciplinary microsystems integration.

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