The research in CAMM covers various aspects of mechanics, acoustics and acoustic-mechanical interaction relevant for micro systems involving acoustics in the audible frequency range.

The objectives of the research is to increase the fundamental understanding of the factors that control the behavior of acoustical micro systems. This comprises the mechanical behavior of complex materials with nonlinear, dissipative and anisotropic characteristics, computational methods for dynamics of acoustical, mechanical and coupled acousto-mechanical systems at micro scale, but also includes the development of design methods such as topology optimization and advanced manufacturing technologies such as micro moulding processes.