Leslie A. Field
Department of Electrical Engineering
Integrated Circuits Laboratory
Allen CIS Building
Stanford, California 94305-4070
Tel (650) 823-2020
Fax (440) 551-5911
Activities at Stanford
- Dr. Field is affiliated with Professor Roger Howe's research group.
- Guest lectures, guest presentations and student mentoring.
- M.S. and Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (MEMS specialization)
- Fluid-Actuated Micromachined Rotors and Gears (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Low-Temperature Silicon-Silicon Bonding with Oxides (Master's Thesis)
- B.S. and M.S. from MIT in Chemical Engineering
- School of Chemical Engineering Practice (In lieu of Master's Thesis)
- Limits of Superheat of Non-Ideal Binary Liquid Mixtures (Bachelor's Thesis)
- MEMS and Nanotechnology, especially for biomedical and energy applications.
- Mitigation/control of effects of climate change.
- SmallTech Consulting, LLC
- MEMS Insight, Inc.
- Agilent Laboratories
- HP Laboratories
- Chevron Research Company
Dr. Leslie Field serves as a Consulting Professor in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. She founded and manages two consulting companies, SmallTech_Consulting and MEMS_Insight and since 2002 has provided consulting services to a broad spectrum of companies for their technical and strategic projects in MEMS and Nanotechnology. Leslie has extensive experience in MEMS, Chemical Engineering, Corporate R&D, Invention and Consulting.
Previously, Dr. Field worked in MEMS R&D at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories/Agilent Laboratories and while there, played a key role in starting HP Labs' Micromechanics group while working on a variety of MEMS projects and devices. Farther back, Leslie's work at Chevron Research Company resulted in improved commercial refining methods for various petroleum-based products.
Dr. Field earned PhD and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley's Sensor & Actuator Center (BSAC), and MS and BS degrees in Chemical Engineering from MIT. Leslie has served on conference technical program committees and as a scientific reviewer for NIH. She has thirty-seven US_patents and fourteen technical publications.