Alireza Ramezany

Width = 225px Height = 300pxIMG_1586Alireza is a Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Texas at Dallas, as well as a Graduate Research Assistant in µnX. He is also pursuing his graduate studies as a PhD student under supervision of Dr. Pourkamali at University of Texas at Dallas. He obtained his B.Sc. Degree in Electrical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran. His main research interests are Solid State Electronics, Nanoresonators, MEMS oscillators, and Sensors as well as Nanofabrication.

axr134530@utdallas.edu

PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Conference Papers

  1. A. Ramezany, M.Mahdavi, A. Moses, S. Pourkamali, “Sail-Shaped Piezoelectric Micro-resonators for high resolution gas flowmetry”, IEEE Transducers 2015.
  2. M. Mahdavi, A. Ramezany, V. Kumar and S. Pourkamali, “SNR Improvement In Amplitude Modulated Resonant MEMS Sensors Via Thermal-Piezoresistive Internal Amplification”. IEEE MEMS 2015.
  3. Xiaobo Guo, Emad Mehdizadeh, Varun Kumar, Alireza Ramezany and Siavash Pourkamali, “An Ultra High-Q Micromechanical In-plane Tuning Fork”, To be presented at 2014 IEEE Sensors.
  4. A. Ramezany, M. Mahdavi, X. Guo, and S. Pourkamlai, “Resonant MEMS Piezoresistors for narrow band electronic amplification,” To be presented at Hilton Head 2014, Solid-State Sensor, Actuator and Microsystems workshop.

Journal Publications

  1. V. Kumar, A. Ramezany, M. Mahdavi, S. Pourkamali, “Amplitude Modulated Lorentz Force MEMS Magnetometer with Pico-tesla sensitivity”, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Volume 26, Number 10, 105021, September 2016.
  2. Alireza Ramezany, Mohammad Mahdavi & Siavash Pourkamali, “Nanoelectromechanical resonant narrow-band amplifiers”, Microsystems & Nanoengineering 2, Article number: 16004 (2016).