The i-ROM MODELBUILDER is a quantum leap for the design of MEMS sensors and actuators. Designing advanced sensors is no coincident but the result of a systematic approach.
The i-ROM MODELBUILDER is the first simulation tool that considers changing design parameters, manufacturing tolerances and user requirements in no time and simulates the interactions of the various influencing factors. The results are available just seconds later for further optimization of your design and thus shorten the time-consuming design process many times over.
Interfaces to MATLAB SIMULINK and ANSYS are available for fine tuning, so that the MODELBUILDER can be easily integrated into your software structure.
Getting in is easier than you think. The professional user manual guides you step by step and explains in detail using examples of how acceleration sensors, angular rate sensors and micromirrors are designed.
Target groups are engineers who design sensors and actuators for consumer products and for the automotive industry. In academia, the i-ROM MODELBUILDER supports lecturers to train students with realistic examples and make classroom theory come alive.
ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment, with more than 24,000 employees, and offices in more than 60 cities in 16 countries, headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands. Our vision is a world in which semiconductor technology is everywhere and helps to tackle society’s toughest challenges. By continuously raising the capabilities of our products - lithography systems, we enable our customers to increase the value and reduce the cost of chips.
More information about ASML, our products and technology, and career opportunities is available on www.asml.com.
Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS 2 ) at the University of Michigan
The mission of the Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS 2 ) 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 WIMS 2 provides a unique opportunity for system-level investigation of challenging research problems.