Research Centre for Integrated Microsystems (RCIM)

Research Centre for Integrated Microsystems (RCIM)

  • Conducts leading-edge collaborative research with the direction and guidance of 11 faculty members.

  • Gives emphasis to problems requiring signal processing systems implemented with advanced integrated microsystems.

Excels in the advancement of Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) including:

  • Sensors and filters

  • Capacitive microphones and 3D-Acoustical Sensing

  • Electromagnetic Microactuators

  • Acousto-magnetic transducers

  • Optical Switching MEMS

  • Automotive sensors

  • Custom MEMS sockets and MEMS RADAR

  • Micropower Generators Atomic Force Microscopy

Invests research efforts in innovative Digital Signal Processing and Communication technologies including:

  • Massively Parallel Arrays and Special Architectures

  • Computer Vision and Image Processing

  • Network security management

  • Pattern Recognition and Document Analysis

Carries out research in Microelectronics including:

  • Encryption
  • Testing of mixed signal integrated circuits
  • Field Programmable chips and systems
  • High-speed DSP systems
  • CMOS and Nanoelectric circuits design
  • Neural Networks
  • Memristor bsed Digital and Analog Circuits

To get involved with the Research Centre for Integrated Microsystems (RCIM)

Contact: Dr. Majid Ahmadi
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 
519-253-3000, Ext. 5076