Dr. Jackson’s research areas include: Microsystems or Microelectromechanical Systems; Multi-functional Thin Film Materials; Atomizers; Energy Harvesters; BioSensors; Acoustic Resonators; Microelectronics; Microfabrication; Additive Manufacturing; Flexible and stretchable electronics; Neural Interfaces; and Piezoelectric materials.
PENDING U.S. PATENT APPLICATIONS (UNM-AFFILIATED)
Spin-spray deposition using vibrating mesh atomizer
Microelectromechanical System Resonators
Stretchable Liquid Metal Coaxial Phase Shifter
Microfabricated Ultrasound Transducer Array for Neural Stimulation
Monolithic Microfabricated Vibrating Mesh Atomizer
Enhanced Frequency Bandwidth of Cantilever Beam using Transverse Movable Mass