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Table 1: Overview
Item Value
Contributions: 15
Total Simulation Users Served: 1,714
Total "and more" Users Served: 2,097
Rank by Contributions: 77 / 1484
First Contribution: 13 Mar 2007
Last Contribution: 02 Jul 2012
Citations on Contributions: 5
Usage in Courses/Classrooms: 321 users served in 17 courses from 5 institutions
Table 2: Simulation Tool Usage
# Tool Name Users served in last 12 months Simulation Runs in last 12 months Total users served Total Simulation Runs Citations Published On
1 Measuring Youngs Modulus - 0 - 0 - 02 Jul 2012
2 Modeling Thermal Interaction between Laser Light and AFM 28 68 107 261 - 02 Jul 2012
3 Capacitance Modeling Tool Using Schwarz-Christoffel Mapping 27 87 123 353 - 26 Jan 2011
4 SugarAid ECE202 3 8 95 1,302 - 23 Aug 2010
5 Comb Drive Levitation 4 15 55 129 - 06 Apr 2010
6 SugarCube 23 104 166 696 4 09 Mar 2010
7 SugarAid Thermodynamics 21 47 180 4,456 - 02 Feb 2010
8 Sugaraid 1 2 172 11,492 1 14 Sep 2009
9 SUGARCube - ADXL Accelerometer 17 43 117 460 - 27 May 2009
10 SUGARCube - Chevron Thermal Actuator 5 6 76 293 - 04 May 2009
11 SUGARCube - Netlist Input Tool 7 21 94 251 - 29 Jan 2009
12 MEMS Resonator - Tang 18 30 139 410 - 29 Jan 2009
13 SUGARCube - Cantilever 142 542 996 3,507 - 03 Oct 2008
TOTAL 259 973 1,714 23,610
Table 3: "and more" Usage
# Resource Title Users served in last 12 months Total users served Citations Published On
1 SUGAR: the SPICE for MEMS Online Presentations 61 1,479 - 21 May 2007
2 Toward Improving the Precision of Nanoscale Force-Displacement Measurements Online Presentations 132 885 - 13 Mar 2007
TOTAL 187 2,097
* Total only includes versions of the tools this author contributed to.

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