The MicroSmithie Lab Dinner, May 2017

Principal Investigator

Me_CropKristen L. Dorsey, PhD
Assistant Professor of Engineering
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Kristen Dorsey teaches courses in introductory engineering, circuit theory, MEMS, microelectronics, and semiconductor devices. Her research focuses on the fabrication, modeling, and characterization of microscale and miniature sensors. Her current work has applications to wearable devices and flexible electronics. She has previously worked on the design of chemical sensors and inertial sensors.

Undergraduate Students

Alysha da Silva (2018)

Special study: Anisotropic strains sensors

Dan Lin (2018)

Special study: Testbed for strain sensors

Elizabeth Boahen (2020)

Summer SURF: Fabricating EcoFlex in origami-like shapes

Meng Cao (2019)

Special study: Fabrication of EcoFlex-EGaIn strain sensors

Summer SURF: Flexible, wearable torsion sensors for detecting arm motion

Becky Shen (2019)

Summer SURF: A testbed for stretchable strain sensor characterization


Sara (2017)

Special studies: Fundamentals of Microelectronics

Jiaao Lu (2017)

Special study: Testbed for strain sensors

Special study: Ice as a sacrificial layer for EcoFlex casting

Sara Lorić (2016)
Honors thesis extension: Metal oxide gas sensors




Updated 18 July 2017