My research interests: MEMS and NEMS, linear and nonlinear
dynamics, vibrations, and structural mechanics.
Modeling, simulation and design of MEMS and NEMS.
Here in the mechanical engineering department of King
Fahd University of Petroleum and minerals I conduct fundamental
and applied research in the areas of MEMS/NEMS dynamics and statics
including both linear and nonlinear aspects.
My research involves
applied research aiming to solve industry-related problems, such
understanding basic phenomena and concepts related to the dynamics of
structures at the micro and nano scale, such as investigating the
nonlinear vibration response of carbon nanotubes (CNTs).
My research activities include designing novel MEMS/NEMS
sensors, and smart bio- and chemo–mechanical sensors. It includes modeling Micro and Nano devices and structures under coupled
multi-physics (mechanical, electrostatic, squeeze-film, thermoelastic)
forces, developing reduced-order models and computationally efficient
approaches to tackle the coupled multi-physics and nonlinear problems,
and analyzing Micro- and Nano-scale phenomena.
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