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Surface Mechanics and Tribology Laboratory (SMTL) Professor K. Komvopoulos. Ongoing Research Projects Fatigue of polysilicon MEMS devices Surface engineering for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)

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    1. Surface Mechanics and Tribology Laboratory (SMTL)Professor K. Komvopoulos Ongoing Research Projects Fatigue of polysilicon MEMS devices Surface engineering for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) Sputtering of amorphous carbon and diamondlike ultra-thin films (single and multi-layer) for computer storage and microelectronic applications Plasma-assisted surface modification of polymers used in medical applications Ion beam deposition of thin films for reliability testing at the wafer level Nanomechanical properties and surface chemistry of polymers AFM surface characterization and fractal description of rough surfaces Analytical contact mechanics studies and molecular dynamic simulations of indentation and sliding contact FEM analysis of thermo-elastoplastic deformation and fracture of thin-film (patterned) media subjected to contact forces Tribology and contact mechanics for the head-disk interface Friction and wear of bearing materials for automotive applications Development and characterization of polymeric nanocomposites for biomedical applications