MEF2013 Program

Theme

Create the new phase of MEMS key technology for rebirth!

- Toward reconstruction, regeneration and building Smart Cities -

 

MEMSを日本新生のキーテクノロジーに! - 復興、再生、スマートシティ構築に向けて -

 

Chairman & Invited Speakers

Masayoshi Esashi
Masayoshi Esashi
Alissa Fitzgerald
Alissa Fitzgerald
Jean-C.ELOY
Jean-C.ELOY
Joerg Froemel
Joerg Froemel
Weileun Fang
Weileun Fang
Julien Arcamone
Julien Arcamone

Hiroki Kuwano
Hiroki Kuwano
Susumu Kaminaga
Susumu Kaminaga
Thomas Kenny
Thomas Kenny
Albert Pisano
Albert Pisano
Kurt Petersen
Kurt Petersen
Ichiro Yamashita
Ichiro Yamashita

Kazuyoshi Itagaki
Kazuyoshi Itagaki
Richard Dixon
Richard Dixon
Magnus Rimskog
Magnus Rimskog
Jo de Boeck
Jo de Boeck

Learn Successful Model of MEMS

Wed. 13th March, 2013

 

 

MEMSの成功者たちから学ぼう

 

Session Chairman: Hiroki Kuwano

セッションチェアマン: 桑野 博喜 

10:00-10:10 Opening  

 

  Hiroki Kuwano, Dr 

Professor,

Mechanical Engineering, Tohoku University

 

10:10-10:50 PL-1. Integrated MEMS by adhesive bonding and open collaboration
  Masayoshi Esashi, Dr 

Professor,

WPI-AIMR (Director, μSIC), Tohoku University

10:50-11:30 PL-2. Commercializing MEMS: A View from the Trenches
  Kurt Petersen, PhD 

President, KP-MEMS

11:30-12:10 PL-3.  Harsh Environment Sensor Cluster for Infrastructure Monitoring               
  Albert P. Pisano, PhD  Professor,

Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley

12:10-14:00               Lunch Break(Exhibition Core Time)       
14:00-14:40 PL-4.  A Lab-on-Chip System for direct SNP sensing from human blood
  Ichiro Yamashita, Dr

Senior Researcher,

Advanced Technology Research Lab, Panasonic

14:40-15:20 PL-5.  Advanced multi-purposes MEMS and NEMS platforms at CEA-LETI
  Julien Arcamone, Dr

Manager for Strategic Programs in MEMS,
LETI Silicon Components Division, Leti

15:20-15:50  Coffee Break  
15:50-16:30 PL-6.  CMOS MEMS: a Platform Technology for Microsystems
  Weileun Fang, Dr 

Professor, Power Mechanical Engineering

National Tsing Hua University

16:30-17:10 PL-7.  How Open-Access Fabs Enable MEMS Entrepreneurship  
  Alissa Fitzgerald, PhD 

Founder,

A. M. Fitzgerald & Associates

17:10-17:50 PL-8.  Metal interlayer based semiconductor wafer bonding
  Joerg Froemel 

Deputy Department Manager,

Fraunhofer ENAS

18:00-19:30 Dinner Reception

KFC Hall 2nd 

Reception Partial Sponsor
Reception Partial Sponsor

The Great MEMS Market

- Toward Building Smart Cities -

Thur. 14th March, 2013

 

 

大いなるMEMS市場 -スマートシティ構築に向けて

   

Session Chairman:  Susumu Kaminaga

セッションチェアマン: 神永 晉

10:00-10:40 PL-9.   MEMS - Fusion of Advanced Technologies
 

Susumu Kaminaga 

Adviser to the Board,
Sumitomo Precision Products 

10:40-11:20 PL-10.  Encapsulated MEMS Resonators :
How the Package Enabled the Product
  Thomas Kenny, PhD

Professor,

Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University

11:20-12:00
PL-11.  Status of the MEMS industry: How mobile phone and
high end applications are reshaping the MEMS business?

 

  Jean-Christophe ELOY President and CEO, Yole Développement

 

12:00-14:10 Lunch Break(Exhibition Core Time) 
14:10-14:50
PL-12.  Prospects for MEMS Sensors in Automotive Applications
  Richard Dixon, Dr.

Principal Analyst, IHS iSuppli

14:50-15:30 PL-13.  MEMS devices from Sensor to Energy Harvesting
  Kazuyoshi Itagaki EnOcean Alliance
15:30-16:10 PL-14.  MEMS Everywhere: Enabling a Medical &Healthcare Revolution  
  Magnus Rimskog

Sales Director, North America

Silex Microsystems

16:10-16:50 PL-15.  From CMOS to CMORE: innovation on a MEMS platform
  Jo de Boeck, Dr. 

Senior Vice President and the CTO, IMEC

16:50-17:10  Coffee Break 
17:10-18:00

Panel Discussion

Mederator: Susumu Kaminaga
Theme: How MEMS can contribute to Smart City 

 

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