The Integrated Multi-Transducer Systems Laboratory (IMuTS Lab) is the leading Canadian research laboratory with focus on studying the basic physical phenomena at small scales and employing them to develop solutions and deliver applied results. We conduct experimental research on the development of micro– to macro–scale solutions through the integration of microdevices, nanomaterials, and integrated circuits. Much of our research is carried in collaboration with industrial partners from automotive, defense, space, security, and telecommunication applications.
We are always looking for highly motivated researchers to join us. Please see the information and instructions on the "Opportunities" section.
November 2015: IMuTS team presents 4 papers at the 2015 IEEE Sensors conference in Busan, Korea.
October 2015: Amin has been won a national award (Huawei Microsystems Design Award for his work on Employing Piezojunction Effect for Ultra-low Power Resonant Microdevice Applications).
September 2015: Soheil has joined IMuTS team as a post-doctoral researcher to develop electronics for ultrasensitive accelerometers.
June 2015: IMuTS team presents 2 papers at the 18th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems (Transducers 2015) in Anchorage, Alaska.
April 2015: IMuTS Lab receives funding for the purchase of a high frequency laser Doppler vibrometer.
February 2015: Bahareh has joined IMuTS Lab as a post-doctoral researcher to work on fabrication and characterization of ultrasensitive accelerometers.
January 2015: Dr Mahnaz Shafiei has joined IMuTS Lab as a visiting scientist to research on gas sensors based on nanoparticles.
November 2014: Congratulations to Sadegh for the successful defense of his PhD thesis on Characterization of Strongly Coupled Micro-Resonator Systems for Multi-Sensor Applications.
September 2014: Our group welcomes several new members as post-doctoral fellows (Mohamed, Qader, and Mrigank), PhD students (Carrie and Siamack), and MSc students (Abdullah, Ibrahim, Navid, and Saeed).
August 2014: Congratulations to Mona for the successful defense of her PhD thesis on "Design of Interface Circuits for Capacitive Sensing Applications".
July 2014: Our collaboration with Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems on the development of ultrasensitive, wideband accelerometers has generated excitement across multiple media channels such as Yahoo, Herald Business, and EinNews, among others.
January 2014: Shirin has joined the team and will pursue her studies at the PhD level towards design and fabrication of ultra-sensitive accelerometer