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Full name: 
Albert B Frazier
Job title: 
Professor
Technical Interest Groups: Bioengineering, Microelectronics/Microsystems
Email address: 
Work phone: 
404/894-2030
Fax: 
404.894.4700
Office: 
MiRC 223

A. Bruno Frazier received B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Auburn University in 1986 and 1987, respectively. From 1987 to 1990 he worked for Intergraph Corporation as a video graphics custom circuit designer for the unix-based computer aided graphics systems.

From 1990 through 1993, he was in the graduate program at Georgia Institute of Technology with an emphasis in Microsystems and specifically in micromachining. In December 1993 he received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

From March 1994 - July 1995, he worked as a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan. While at the University of Michigan, Dr. Frazier focused on the development of integrated hygrometers and the associated mixed signal interface circuitry.

From August 1995 - August 1999, he held a joint faculty position as a professor of Bioengineering and Electrical Engineering at the University of Utah. In September 1999, he joined the Electrical & Computer Engineering faculty at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Research interests: 
  • Micromachining, MEMS, Micro Systems Technology
  • Biomedical Micro Systems
  • Integrated Bio Detection Systems (Optical, Electrical, Acoustic)
  • Micro Systems Fabrication Technologies
Distinctions: 
  • SPIE International Conference on Micro Fluidic Devices and Systems, General Co-Chairman, Santa Clara, CA, Sept. 1999, Sept. 1999.
  • Journal of Mechatronics, Associate Editor for Micromachining in the United States, Oct. 1997-Present.
  • IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Associate Editor for Micromachining, 1995-Present.
  • International Conference on Solid State Sensors and Actuators, Technical Program Committee, June 2001.

J. Brazzle, A.B. Frazier, I. Papautsky: "Micromachined Needle Arrays," Journal of Micro BioMedical Devices, January, 2000.

J. Brazzle, I. Papautsky, and A.B. Frazier, "Micromachined Needle Arrays", accepted for publication in the Journal of Micro BioMedical Devices, Date Accepted: January 12, 2000.

A.B. Frazier, K.D. Caldwell, B.K. Gale, and I.E. Papautsky, "Integrated Micromachined Components for Bio/Chemical Analysis Systems", accepted for publication in the International Journal on Mechatronics, Date Accepted: September 20, 1999.

T. Ameel, J. Brazzle, A.B. Frazier, I. Papautsky: "Laminar Fluid Behavior in Microchannels using MicroPolar Fluid Theory," Sensors and Actuators, vol. 73, pp. 101-108, 1999.

I. Papautsky, J. Brazzle, T. Ameel, and A.B. Frazier, "Laminar Fluid Behavior in Microchannels using MicroPolar Fluid Theory", Sensors and Actuators, (73) 101-108 (1999).

H.E. Ayliffe, A. Bruno Frazier, R.D. Rabbitt: "Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy using Microchannels with Integrated Metal Electrodes," IEEE Journal on Microelectromechanical Systems, vol. 8, pp. 50-57, 1999.

H.E. Ayliffe, A. Bruno Frazier, and R.D. Rabbitt, "Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy using Microchannels with Integrated Metal Electrodes", IEEE Journal on Microelectromechanical Systems, (8) 50-57 (1999).

K.D. Caldwell, A.Bruno Frazier, B.K. Gale, I.E. Papautsky: "Integrated Micromachined Components for Bio/Chemical Analysis Systems," International Journal on Mechatronics, September, 1999.

I. Papautsky, J. Brazzle, H. Swerdlow, and A.B. Frazier, "A Low Temperature, IC Compatible Process for Fabricating Surface Micromachined Metallic Microchannels", IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, (7) 267-73 (1998).

K.D. Caldwell, A.B. Frazier, B.K. Gale: "A Micromachined Electrical Field Flow Fractionation (µ-EFFF) System," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 45, pp. 1459-1470, 1998.

B.K. Gale, K.D. Caldwell, and A.B. Frazier, "A Micromachined Electrical Field Flow Fractionation (µ-EFFF) System", IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, (45) 1459-1470 (1998).

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