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By Jason Clark

Purdue University

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Jason Clark is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and of Mechanical Engineering, at Purdue University. He is a faculty member of the Birck Nanotechnology Center, and of the Network for Computational Nanotechnology. Dr. Clark received his Ph.D. in Applied Science from the University of California at Berkeley, fall 2005. His CAD/E efforts lead to one of the first nodal analysis software packages for MEMS, called SUGAR. And his micro-metrology efforts lead to the first comprehensive on-chip methods for measuring micro-scale geometry and material properties, called electro micro-metrology (EMM). Prior to professorship, he held positions at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley Biomedical Microdevices Center, Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center, and Coventor.

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