Multidisciplinary Engineering Micro-Systems Group
 Mechanical Engineering: University of Colorado at Boulder

Victor M. Bright

Postdocs

Joseph J. Brown

Jason Gray

Yizi Xu

Students

Nathan Eigenfeld

Jonas Gertsch

Jaclyn Sprenger

Soraya Terrab

Alex Watson

Joel Weber

Others

CU MEMS Alumni

AFIT MEMS Alumni

Collaborators

CU MEMS Critters

Group Outings

 

Nathan Eigenfeld
nathan.eigenfeld@gmail.com

Nathan earned a B.A. in Physics and Mathematics from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. As an undergrad Nathan partook in a research project investigating the performance of self-assembled monolayers as lubricants for MEMS devices. He also worked as a summer intern at Advanced Energy Industries in Fort Collins working with high power RF plasma chambers. These experiences generated an interest in MEMS. He is now a member the Bright group investigating the enhanced performance of microbolometer structures for infrared imaging utilizing atomic layer deposition (ALD). Recently, he received his first publication in Advanced Materials with a paper titled, "Ultrathin 3D Nanodevices from Atomic Layer Deposition on Polyimide," (http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adma.201400410). When not in the lab, Nathan enjoys freestyle skiing, mountain biking in the bright Colorado sunshine.

Research Projects: Uncooled Bolometers Using Atomic and Molecular Layer Deposition

Documents: Resume

Selected Publications:

  • Eigenfeld, N. T., Gray, J. M., Brown, J. J., Skidmore, G. D., George, S. M. and Bright, V. M. (2014), Ultra-thin 3D Nano-Devices from Atomic Layer Deposition on Polyimide. Adv. Mater.. doi: 10.1002/adma.201400410
 
   
   
 
 

Last Updated: May 2014
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