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MAM 2011 Final Speaker Program

Sunday 16 January 2011
14:00-17:00

FSRM Tutorial : Micro Nano fabrication – an overview

Prof. Dr. Ivo Rangelow, Director, Institute for Micro- and Nanoelectronics, MNES at the Technical University of Ilmenau (DE).

18:00 Welcome drink at the hotel (dinner afterwards on your own)
Monday 17 January 2011
09:00-09:30

Welcome Session

Edward Byrne, Micronarc Project Manager
David Tolfree, Vice President Mancef, Africa/Europe
Vincent Rivier, President, Micronarc Steering Committee
Raphaël Conz, Deputy Director, Office for Economic Affairs, Canton of Vaud

09:30-11:00

Microproducts

Keynote: Edoardo Bortolato, MEMS Technical Marketing Manager, ST Microelectronics (IT/CH)
SENSORS: QUO VADIS?

Erik Poulsen, Sales and Marketing Director, Komax Medtech (CH)
Getting a new device to mass production. Challenges and techniques.

Olivier Conne, Managing Director, Del West SA (CH)
Formula 1 technologies: what can we learn?

Michael Hornung, Technical Marketing Manager, SUSS MicroTech Lithography (DE)
Advanced Photolithography Techniques for Mask Aligner Lithography Systems

11:00-11:30 Coffee & Exhibition
11:30-13:00

Micro-manufacturing of Si and non-Si MEMS

Keynote: Dr. Marc-Alexandre Dubois, Microsystems Technology Division, CSEM (CH)
MEMS foundry: All in one

Thomas Maeder, Laboratory of Microengineering for Manufacturing (LPM), EPFL (CH)
Structuration of LTCC & other ceramic modules for sensor and packages operating in harsh environments

Prof. Dr. Roland Zengerle, Director, Department of Microsystems Engineering, IMTEK, University of Freiburg (DE)
Lab-on-a-Chip devices based on microstructured flexible foils

Stéphane Renard, Founder and C.T.O., Tronics Microsystems (FR)
Generic MEMS technologies for high performances and high volumes

13:00-14:30 Lunch in the hotel
14:30-16:15

Micro-manufacturing of Plastics and Ceramics

Keynote: Prof. Dr. Juergen Haußelt, Director, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; IMTEK, University of Freiburg (DE)
Ceramic Injection Moulding in Small Dimensions – New Developments

Dr. Ben Whiteside, Director, The Centre for Polymer Micro and Nano Technology, University of Bradford (UK)
Advanced Characterisation Techniques for Micromoulding Studies

Hartmut Walcher, Application development consulting PIM, ARBURG GmbH + Co KG (DE)
Micro-injection moulding. Efficient solutions for complex thermoplastic, MIM and CIM parts

16:15-16:45 Coffee & Exhibition
16:45-18:00

Micro-manufacturing of Metals

Keynote: Prof. J. Rhett Mayor, Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Fundamental Mechanics of Micro Machining

Jerry Mraz, General Manager, SmalTec International (USA)
Micro-EDM advancements and related technologies

18:30-22:30 Conference Dinner - Meet at hotel entrance at 18:30
Tuesday 18 January 2011
09:00-10:30

Backend: Assembly and Test Equipment

Keynote: Prof. Richard Leach, Principal Research Scientist, National Physical Laboratory (UK)
Structured surfaces to affect function: the traceability route

Dr. Stefan Scherer, CEO, Alicona Imaging GmbH (AT)
What optical metrology can do in micro-manufacturing

Prof Svetan Ratchev, Director of the Precision Manufacturing Centre, Director of the Centre of Excellence in Customised Assembly, University of Nottingham (UK)
Towards smart reconfigurable micro assembly processes and systems

Daniel Jasper, Head of Development and Automation of Nanorobotic Systems, AMIR, University of Oldenburg (DE)
High-speed visual servoing for automated microassembly

10:30-11:00 Coffee & Exhibition
11:00-12:30

Future of Micro-manufacturing

Keynote: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dominik Rabus, Baskin School of Engineering, University of California Santa Cruz (USA)
Merger of disciplines - Challenges for future Micro-manufacturing

Dr. Sven Preuss, Sales Director, Heidelberg Instruments (DE)
High resolution photolithography on freeform substrates

Prof. Jacques Giovanola and Alain Schorderet, , Mechanical Systems Design Laboratory, EPFL (CH)
Ultrasonic assistance and processes for micro-drilling applications.

12:30-14:00 Lunch in the hotel
14:00-15:00

Invited Keynote Speaker

Dr. Georg Bischopink, Head of Department, Corporate Sector Research and Advance Engineering Microsystem Technologies (CR/ARY), Robert Bosch (DE)
MST at Bosch - from automotive to consumer electronics and future applications

15:00-15:45

Conference adjourns

Prof. Dr. Volker Saile, Head of Programme, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Mancef Executive Board Member (DE)
Final remarks

Post-conference
SUSS MicroTec / Hilpert Workshop
Equipment Solutions for MEMS and Nanoimprinting
Workshop is by invitation only ~ MAM2011 participants may obtain an invitation at the SUSS booth in the Exhibition
16:15-19:00 Moderators:
Pius Essig - CEO Hilpert AG / Denis Dumange – CEO Hilpert SARL

Dr. Reinhard Voelkel, CEO, SUSS MicroOptics SA
MO Exposure Optics: Innovative Mask Aligner Lithography for MEMS and Packaging

Katrin Weilermann, International Product Manager Coater, SUSS MicroTec
Spin Coating/Developing Solutions: Addressing today's MEMS requirements from Lab to Fab

Dr. Lars Siebert, Sales Manager Europe, SUSS MicroTec
Be Flexible: SUSS MicroTec Substrate Bonding Platform for Permanent and Temporary Bonding

Dr. Michael Hornung, Technical Marketing Manager / Mrs. Ulrike Schömbs, Product Manager Aligner, , SUSS MicroTec
MEMS Innovations in the Spotlight: New Imprint Technologies and Local Plasma Treatment “SELECT”

The Workshop will be followed by an apéritif in the hotel lobby.