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The mission of the Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS2) at the University of Michigan is to advance the investigation, development, and application of sensor-enabled microsystems through basic research, education, and interactions with industry. Created in 2000 with support from the National Science Foundation, the Center brings together research in core technologies (such as MEMS, micropower circuits, and RF technology) to facilitate microsystems for healthcare, environmental monitoring, and infrastructure monitoring. The collaborative, multi-disciplinary research environment within WIMS2 provides a unique opportunity for system-level investigation of challenging research problems.
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Microline Technology Corporation Sandia National Laboratories Twisthink, Inc. Virtual EM Inc.


Highlighted
Publications


 Fantastic Voyage 2 
 Highlights some of the microsystems pioneered at  Michigan between 2000 and 2010






±2PPM Frequency Drift and 300X Reduction of Bias Drift of Commercial 6-Axis Inertial Measurement Units Using a Low-Power Oven-Control Micro Platform [PDF]

Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatographic Separations with a Microfacbricated Thermal Modulator [PDF]

Temperature Compensated Fused Silica Resonators Using Embedded Nickel-Refilled Trenches [PDF] 

Fiberless Multicolor Optoelectrodes Using Injection Laser Diodes and Gradient Index Lens Coupled Optical Waveguides [PDF]

A Fully Electronic Microfabricated Gas Chromatograph with Complementary Capacitive Detectors for Indoor Pollutants [PDF]

Circuits for a Cubic-Millimeter Energy-Autonomous Wireless Intraocular Pressure Monitor [PDF]

A GSM-Based Clock-Harvesting Receiver with -87 dBm Sensitivity for Sensor Network Wake-Up [PDF]

Smart Three-Dimensional Gas Chromatography [PDF]

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