Surface Plasmon resonance-based sensors are one of the most accurate detectors of chemical and biochemical components in microfluidic structures performed based on changes in the refractive index of the medium adjacent to the sensor surface. Precise adjustment of the excitation angle and occupation volume of one kinds of such sensors are among their highlighted challenges that come from conventional light coupling technique. In this paper, a novel idea for designing this type of sensor in microsystem technology is devised, which is capable of adjusting the angle of optical excitation using the thermal-optical effect while it has the minimum occupied volume. This design is optimized and validated using finite element method, so that the sensor performance in exchange for changes in parameters such as Refractive Index, metal Thickness, etc. is examined and displayed in the form of tables and graphs. Simulation results reveal that the proposed model is able to tune optical excitation angle such accurate that the SPR phenomenon occurs at an angle of 21.21˚at the outer boundary of 42 nm thick of gold layer at its best.