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Maryland Team Takes Second Place in MEMS Alliance's Special Topics Symposium Refereed Poster Session

Maryland Team Takes Second Place in MEMS Alliance's Special Topics Symposium Refereed Poster Session

The University of Maryland student team of Hyo Suk Oh and Yingkai Liu, advised by Dr. Elisabeth Smela, took second place in the independently refereed poster session for their work on "Micro-Origami — The Fabrication of Self-Folding Microstructures." The MEMS Alliance's Special Topics Symposium was on MEMS Technologies in Microfluidics and RF Applications, held November 16, 2001 at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md.

The MEMS Alliance is an alliance of companies, universities, and government laboratories in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Their mission is to create a group that networks expertise, capabilities, and research to facilitate the development of new applications and commercilization of miniturization technologies.

November 19, 2001


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