David W. Greve became Emeritus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in 2016. He was Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering from 1990 to 2016 and also held courtesy appointments in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the Department of Physics. He has been Resident Institute Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Energy Systems, National Energy Technology Laboratory. He now offers consulting services through DWGreve Consulting, located in Sedona, Arizona. He has been a user of COMSOL and FEMLAB since 2000, incorporating simulation results in numerous publications and conference presentations.

His research has been in the areas of silicon integrated circuit technology, especially the deposition and characterization of thin films and epitaxial layers; semiconductor device physics; and sensors, including optical sensors and ultrasonic transducers. He is the author of books and review articles on semiconductor devices and semiconductor technology and has been Group 2 co-chair for the International Ultrasonics Symposium.

Professor Greve offers consulting services through DWGreve Consulting, located in Sedona, Arizona. Contact information can be found here.

As a COMSOL Certified Consultant, Professor Greve offers consulting services in the areas of: ultrasonic transducers and ultrasonic wave propagation; near-field inductive coupling; RF antennas and microwave transitions; electrostatically or piezoelectrically activated MEMS devices; and AC/DC modeling, including coupling to heat transfer. Consulting arrangements can be made for projects with specific objectives; ongoing assistance with modeling tasks; or the development of custom COMSOL apps for the use of engineering personnel. Customized training of existing staff in the use of COMSOL can also be provided.

 

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