As every year for 5 years, the future of micro and nano manufacturing and equipement is discussed in Villars under the patronage of Micronard and Mancef.
The programme of the day is mainly focused on micromanufacturing, both for medtec and watch making, but the days are clearly aimed on the future too. If you’re interested in the future of micro and nano manufacturing, coming to MAM 2015 may be a good idea (unfortunately for this year this is too late).
- Dr. Benedetto Vigna, Executive Vice President General Manager, Analog, MEMS & Sensors Group, STMicroelectronics
INVITED KEYNOTE – Micro-manufacturing Applications I – Watchmaking
- Prof. Dr. Simon Henein, Patek Philippe Chair in Micromechanical and Horological Design (INSTANT-LB), EPFL (Switzerland)
INVITED KEYNOTE – Micro-manufacturing Applications II – Medtech
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Zengerle, Laboratory for MEMS Applications IMTEK – Department of Microsystems Engineering, University of Freiburg (Germany)
INVITED KEYNOTE – MEMS
- Prof. Dr. Helmut F. Schlaak, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)
INVITED KEYNOTE – Assembly and Automation
- Dr. Marcel Tichem, Dept. of Precision and Microsystems Engineering, Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)
INVITED KEYNOTE – Novel Manufacturing Technologies I
- Dr. Martin Raditsch, Managing Director Business of InnovationLab GmbH (Germany)
INVITED KEYNOTE – Novel Manufacturing Technologies II
- Dr. A. Frank de Jong, Director, Technology Partnerships, FEI Company (The Netherlands)
INVITED KEYNOTE – The Future of Micro-manufacturing
- Prof. Dr. Guofu Zhou, Director, South China Normal University, Institute of Electronic Paper Displays (China)
We will come back on the discoveries made those days soon. Stay tuned.
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