Research Highlights

Feb 2015

Congratulation to Ruochen and Anming! Their paper on "Parametric Excitation in Geometrically Optimized Contour Mode AlN Resonators" is accepted for lecture presentation at IFCS2015.

Feb 2015

Congratulation to Ruochen! Our paper "Study of Thermal Nonlinearity in Lithium Niobate-based MEMS Resonators" is accepted for presentation at Transducers 2015.

Dec 2014

The October issue of JMEMS highlights Professor Gong's Monolithic Multi-Frequency Wideband RF Filters Using Two-Port Laterally Vibrating Lithium Niobate MEMS Resonators. Congrats!


Oct 2014

Professor Songbin Gong received DARPA Young Faculty Award (YFA) for a concept that aims to make chips much more efficient by completely replacing the transistor with a new computing systems technology. Congrats!

Sep 2014

Professor Gong presented the most recent results on overmoded shear horizontal wave (SH0) MEMS resonators based on X-cut Lithium Niobate thin film at International Ultrasonic Symposium 2014. The demonstrated device features high electromechanicl coupling and spurious mode free response.

July 2014

(POSITION FILLED)Professor Songbin Gong seeks outstanding candidates to fill a Post-Doctoral position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UIUC. The candidate will be working on research projects related to micro/nanomechanical resonators, integration of piezoelectric devices with CMOS, and the design and fabrication of novel and high quality factor vibrating mechanical structures to be assembled in monolithic platforms.