Congratulations to Natã Franco Soares De Bem, who placed Second during the University wide 3 Minute Thesis Competition Finals. With only 3 minutes and 1 slide, Natã convincingly explained his research and its significance in a language tailored to the general public. The force was stong within him, when Natã gave his talk on the “Jedi Microscope” highlighting how his research will develop the next generation probes for atomic force microscopy.
Natã wins Second Place in University 3 Minute Thesis Competition
By Michael Ruppert|August 28th, 2019|News|0 Comments
About the Author: Michael Ruppert
Michael Ruppert is a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the School of Electrical Engineering and Computing. His research interests include the control, estimation and self-sensing of microelectromechanical (MEMS) systems such as piezoelectric microcantilever and nanopositioning systems for multifrequency and single-chip atomic force microscopy.