Exhibition Micromachine/MEMS 2011
Date: July 13th-15th, 2011
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, East Hall
The Fraunhofer Institutes ENAS (Electronic Nano Systems) and IPMS (Photonic Microsystems) will have a booth at the world's largest show focusing on Micro/MEMS & Nano technologies.
Exhibits of Fraunhofer ENAS (East hall 1&2 booth L-18):
Waferbonding via nano-porous gold
High frequency switch
Low temperature bonding process
Electronic sealing ring
Fat sensor for monitoring the quality of grease in antifriction bearings
ASTROSE: Self-contained sensor network monitoring the capacity of high voltage grids
Exhibits of Fraunhofer IPMS (East hall 1&2 booth L-24):
MEMS-based endo-microscope without complex imaging optics ()
One-dimensional micromirror based light modulator
LDC (Light Deflection Cube) – a 1D scanner module
In the concurrent event "Japanese-German Micro/Nano Business Forum" Prof. Dr. Thomas Geßner and Jörg Frömel (both Fraunhofer ENAS), Prof. Masayoshi Esashi (Tohoku University, ENAS cooperation partner), and Dr. Steffen Sinning (Fraunhofer IPMS) will each give a talk.
Date & Time: July 14th, 2011, 10:30-14:50
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, East Hall 1 Special Meeting Place A
10:40-11:00 Prof. Masayoshi Esashi "Micro System Integration Center in Tohoku University
11:00-11:30 Prof. Dr. Thomas Geßner "Smart Systems Integration by Using Advanced MEMS Technologies"
13:40-14:00 Dr. Steffen Sinning "MOEMS Based Advanced Light Control"
14:00-14:20 Jörg Frömel "Innovative Materials for MEMS, Example for Successful Cooperation Between Germany and Japan"