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Andrew Mason

Email: mason@engr.uky.edu Homepage: http://www.engr.uky.edu/~mason

Assistant Professor
Electrical Engineering
University of Kentucky

Office:
Phone:
Fax:
685 Anderson Hall
859-257-1775
859-257-3092
Mail to: 453 Anderson Hall
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0046

Welcome to the AMSaC Laboratory Website

The Advanced MicroSystems and Circuits (AMSaC) laboratory is a university research facility located in 675 Anderson Hall, the University of Kentucky’s primary engineering building on the Lexington campus. The AMSaC lab focuses on projects related to the design, fabrication, and test of mixed-signal integrated circuits and multi-sensor microsystems based on MicroElectro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) technologies. The lab is directed by Prof. Andrew Mason, and is operated by a number of graduate research assistants and undergraduate lab assistants. Funding for AMSaC projects is provided by various industrial and government contracts. This page contains information about current research projects and capabilities of the AMSaC laboratory.

If you have project ideas or suggestions, or would like us to conduct some research for you,
 please contact Prof. Andrew Mason by email or phone (see top of page).


Current Projects

Universal Sensor Interface Circuit
-- sensor readout and microcontroller interface all on one chip

Environmental Monitoring Microsystem
-- wireless, battery powered, multi-sensor systems

Low-Power Microcontroller
-- microcontroller specifically designed for sensing microsystems

Automated Sensor Compensation Algorithms
-- methods to improve accuracy and reduce manufacturing cost


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