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What’s Next for MEMS?


Tuesday, July 14
10:30am-12:30pm

 

The MEMS sector has been on the front lines of the proliferation of sensors everywhere--from phones to wearables to everything else on the IoT-- for both fast climbing unit growth and fast falling unit prices. This has pushed the sector quickly to a new maturity that is changing business.

New sensing technologies and new approaches to heterogenous integration aim to reduce power usage, size and cost. New kinds of sensors are opening new markets. More standard platforms and open source software for basic devices are bringing down costs and speeding time to market.  That means plenty of new challenges and opportunities all along the supply chain. Invited industry thought leaders will discuss what to expect next in this dynamic market.

Agenda

10:30am-   10:50am   

What Does the Future Hold for MEMS?

 

Claire Troadec (Biography)
Technology and Market Analyst, Semiconductor Manufacturing MEMS
YOLE Développement

 
10:50am-11:10am

What's Next with MEMS

 

Kurt Petersen, Ph.D. (Biography)
Member
Silicon Valley Band of Angels

  
11:10am-11:30am

Challenges for MEMS Foundries in a HIghly Captive MEMS Market

 

Claude Jean (Biography)
EVP and GM, Foundry Operation, Semiconductor
Teledyne DALSA

  
11:30am-1150am     

M&NEMS: A Generic Platform for
Ultra-Miniaturized, Low-Power and Low-Cost Sensor
s

 

Hughes Metras (Biography)
VP Strategic Alliances, North America
CEA Leti

 
11:50am-12:10pm

MEMS & Sensors Packaging Evolution: New
Flexible Platforms to Serve HVM Needs for
Next Wave of Devices

 

Christophe Zinck
, Ph.D. (Biography)
Senior Application Engineering Manager
ASE
 
12:10pm-12:30pm

Trends in Device Encapsulation and Wafer Bonding

 

Thomas Uhrmann, Ph.D. (Biography)
Director of Business Development
EVGroup

 
Session Moderator: Karen Lightman (Biography)
Execuive Director
MEMS Industry Group

 

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 Other MEMS related event:

 
Creating Solutions to Address Common Challenges Facing the MEMS, Sensor and Semiconductor Industries in the Next Decade
A MIG/SEMI Joint Workshop
 

Wednesday, July 15
1:00pm-5:00pm
San Francisco Marriott Marquis

 

 

 

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