16th MEMS World

Date & Time: July 28, 2010, 13:00-16:15
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight East Hall, MicroNano Seminar Room A
Fee & Registration: no fee, no registration needed

Prof. Baumann from Fraunhofer ENAS will have a lecture about "highly flexible printed thin film battery" at the 16th International Micromachine Nanotech Symposium - MEMS World -. This printed battery technology is awarded by New York Times Magazine as the best five ideas in the technology area 2009.


13:00-13:05 Opening Remarks
Hisao Sakuta, Chairman, Micromachine Center

13:05-13:10 Guest Speech
Takeshi Yonemura, Manufacturing Industries Bureau, METI

Keynote Speech
13:10-13:30 Green Innovation explored by Ambient Devices
Prof. Isao Shimoyama, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo

Session 1 Systems
13:30-14:00 Human++: technology for body area networks
Dr. Bert Gyselinckx, Human++ Program Director and managing director of IMEC-NL, Holst Centre

14:00-14:30 Low-cost efficient solutions to enable BAW RFresonator application and expantion for wide MEMS Integration
Andre Rouzaud, Silicon Heterogenous Integration Dept., CEA-LETI. MINATEC

Break 14:30-14:40

Session 2 Devices

14:40-15:10 Nanogenerator in Electric Clothing for Energy Harvesting
Prof. Liwei Lin, Vice Chair ME; BSAC Co-Director, UC Berkley

15:10-15:40 Highly F lexible Printed Thin Film Battery
Prof. Reinhard R. Baumann, Chemnitz University of Technology, Institute for Print and Media Technology,
Fraunhofer ENAS

15:40-16:10 MEMS manufacturing:
key elements to successfully participate in the high expected growth of the MEMS industry
Mr. Claude Jean, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Dalsa Semiconductor

16:10-16:15 Closing Remarks
Keiichi Aoyagi, Micromachine Center