MEMS Enabled High-Volume Commercialization Opportunities Presentations and Barriers to Commercialization Panel to Be Featured in All-Day Session
Naples, FL –September 12, 2011— Roger Grace, President of Roger Grace Associates, the leading firm specializing in MEMS marketing consulting has announced the availability of VIP discounted admission to his all-day MEMS session as well as for the full technical program at the Sensors Tech Forum. Access to the VIP admission discount can be obtained by going to the Roger Grace Associates website…www.rgrace.com. Mr. Grace organized, will present and will chair a technical session at the inaugural meeting of the SENSORS Tech Forum. The all-day pre-conference session on Monday, October 10 will address MEMS-Enabled High Volume Commercialization Opportunities. Mr. Grace will be joined by 14 other world recognized leaders in the MEMS area representing organizations from the US, Europe and Asia to present information on commercialization issues, current research and development activities, and application opportunities for MEMS and MEMS-based systems. Mr. Grace will also make presentations on MEMS-Based Systems Solutions and in the panel discussion addressing Barriers to the Successful Commercialization of MEMS. The exhibition and technical conference will take place at the Sheraton Hotel, Boston Massachusetts from October 10-12, 2011.
November 2-3, 2011 | Monterey, California | Monterey Plaza Resort and Spa
In addition to all the great content, MEMS Executive Congress also provides attendees plenty of networking time throughout the event that enables interaction among peers in a fun and casual environment.
Wednesday Evening, November 2 – Dinner in the Open Sea Wing at the Monterey Aquarium.
|Monterey Bay AquariumSit by the largest window in North America and enjoy a fish-eye view of the sharks, tunas and sea turtles while chatting about that day’s panel of MEMS market analysts and their forecasts. Take a stroll and drift away with the jellies as you sample delicacies and finger foods.
Thursday Evening, November 3 – Dinner at the Monterey Plaza Hotel and Spa
|Dinner will be served at the host hotel, located on Cannery Row, the historic site of now-defunct sardine canning factories made famous by John Steinbeck. You’ll view the beautiful Monterey Bay while dining and exchanging conversation about the future of the MEMS industry.After dinner, we’ll continue with libations at the lobby bar. Drinks are sponsored by Coventor.|
Friday Morning, November 4– Golf Outing Sponsored by Lam Research
|The networking opportunities don’t have to end on Thursday. Join us for a golf outing at Pacific Groves Golf Links. Situated on the tip of the scenic Monterey Peninsula just 2.5 miles away from the Monterey Plaza Hotel and Spa, this historic 18-hole golf course overlooks Point Pinos and the Pacific Ocean and features both parkland and links-style nines.|
In its seventh year, MEMS Executive Congress is the executive conference that connects the MEMS supply chain with MEMS end-users. Through keynotes, panel discussions, and numerous networking opportunities, MEMS Executive Congress creates an intimate forum for decision-makers to grow the global MEMS market.
MEMS Workshop: Needs & Opportunities
September 15-16 (following the EMPC 2011 Conference)
Hilton Metropole Brighton, UK
Organized by iNEMI
Supported by MEMS Industry Group (MIG)
ST Microelectronics’ Benedetto Vigna, Group Vice President and General Manager of ST Microelectronics’ (STM, ST) MEMS, Sensors, and High-Performance Analog Division, will deliver keynote at iNEMI MEMS workshop
Thought leaders from the electronics industry and research community will come together this September to tackle the challenges of developing and adopting MEMS technologies. Make plans now to join the discussion.
This meeting is intended to set the priorities and direction for future industry-led collaborative programs. Your participation will enable you to help set this agenda for the electronics industry.
Join speakers from: Bosch, Coventor, Fraunhofer IZM, imec, iNEMI, Léti, Tronics Group,
Yole Développement and more as we:
• Identify the major technology areas where the electronics industry has the greatest potential impact on improving the reliability, testability, performance, and cost of MEMS–based solutions.
• For the high-priority challenges, identify and begin to define collaborative projects that iNEMI and other organizations can develop that will either partially or fully address the technology and supply chain gaps requiring electronics industry leadership.
• Form action groups to define and execute the required industrial collaborative programs.
• Define research and development needs to support these programs.
(Fees listed are in US dollars.)
• iNEMI members: free
• MIG members: $250 (contact Kacey Wherley for coupon code) at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Non-members: $350
Register now http://www.inemi.org/node/2113
For more information http://www.inemi.org/events/mems-workshop