Penn State researchers creating tiny lubricants for MEMS

MEMS today are mostly found in automobile air bags as the sensor that marks sudden deceleration and triggers airbag use. They can also take the form of tiny motors that move mirrors to focus a beam of light, or tiny nozzles that provide minute droplets of ink in ink jet printers.

(April 1, 2004) Chandler, Ariz.&#8212Amkor Technology Inc.’s James “Mark” Bird, technology fellow and senior director of Technical Marketing, has been elected chair of JEDEC’s Mechanical (Package Outlines) Standardization Committee, JC-11.


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