nanostar.virginia.edu

Barker

Our research is focused on the application of surface and bulk micromachining to the development of new devices and circuits. We are currently working on the development of micromachined submillimeter-wave circuits for developing waveguide based receiver technology, RF-MEMS devices for cryogenic applications, and cavity based measurements of permittivity for fluids. Previous work includes the development of MEMS based microwave and millimeter-wave phase shifters and wideband switches, wideband monopulse processor circuits and recievers, and polarization agile recievers.

First Name: 
Scott
Position: 
Associate Professor
Email: 
nsb6t@virginia.edu
Computing ID: 
nsb6t
Phone: 
(434) 924-6783
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Degrees: 

B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, 1994,M.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1996,Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1999,

Classification: 
Related Researchers
Topical Area: 
Electronics
Research Interests: 

RF-MEMS phase shifters for phased-array antennas
Tunable matching networks for adaptive RF front-ends
Micromachining submillimeter waveguide components using SU-8
Microwave circuits
MEMS

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