Dr.Aron Michael received the B.E . (Hons.) degree ( in electrical engineering ) from UOA , MEngSc degree ( in electrical engineering) from UNSW, and PhD degree (in electrical engineering) from UNSW. He was appointed lecturer (in 2013) in the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunication, UNSW and is currently a senior lecturer with the same school. His current research interest is Nano/Micro electro mechanical systems (N/MEMS) for optical switching, interconnect, micro-optics, piezoelectric actuators for micro-optics, low thermal budget silicon films, silicon photonics, and carbon nanofibers for flexible sensors. He has published more than 90 scientific publications in these areas.
2010 NSI UNSW, Inventor of the year award, staff category for “3D- Optical Interconnect”
y research interest is in Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) in general and Micro-Opto-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MOEMS) in particular. Specific research interests include
Applications of research interests
My Research Supervision
Currently, I am supervising four PhD students
Yen Nee - 1st PhD student (Primary supervisor)
Fawwaz - 1st PhD student (Primary supervisor)
Mohammad Haq - 2nd year PhD student (Joint supervisor)
Syed Mamun - 2nd year PhD student (Joint supervisor)
My area of teaching expertise lies within the field of microsystems under electrical engineering. I have taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
ELEC2141: Digital Systems design
ELEC2142: Embedded Systems
ELEC2133: Analogue Electronics
ELEC9703: Integrated Circuit Technology (VLSI technology)
ELEC9704: Microsystems technology