Yue will present her work on the thermal challenges of AlScN BAW resonators at the virtual Transducers conference in June. This is a collaborative work between our group and Dr. Sam Graham’s at ME, Georgia Tech.
The NSF GRFP is regarded as a highly significant national accomplishment and places those accepted amongst an elite group of fellows who have gone on to make exceptional careers in STEM.
Yue completed a double major consisting of B.S. in Electrical Engineering and B.S. in Mathematics from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2019. She joined Dr. Ansari’s research group in Summer 2018 as an undergraduate student with an interest in RF MEMS devices and applications. Her current research focuses onthermal modeling of acoustic resonators, loss mechanisms in AlScN, and resonant infrared sensors.
The ARCS Scholar Award recognizes outstanding doctoral students who have a record of past achievement and who show exceptional promise of making a significant contribution to the worldwide advancement of science and technology. Tony was chosen as 1 out of 14 graduate students at Georgia Tech campus wide.