nanomicro biz

Date&Time: April 22-24, 2015, 10:00-17:00
Venue: Pacifico Yokohama, Exhibition Hall B

Fraunhofer ENAS will have a booth at nanomicro biz (Booth No.: A-0).

Furthermore, a Fraunhofer researcher will give a talk at "21st International Micromachine Nanotechnology Symposium ~Advanced MEMS & Sensor Technologies for Future Industry Growth" on April 22th (Wed.) 13:00- at Annex Hall (F203).

Date&Time: April 22, 2015, 13:00-
Venue: Annex Hall (F203)
Organized by: Micromachine Center
Languages: Japanese, English with simultaneous interpretation



13:00-13:05    Opening remarks
                            Mr. Kenichiro Yamanishi (Chairman, Micromachine Center)

13:05-13:10    Guest speech
                            tbc. (Industrial Machinery Div., Manufacturing Industries Bureau,

Session 1: New Technologies for Smart Monitoring

13:10-14:00    Keynote speech
                        "Chip Scale Atomic Clocks for Distributed Sensor Networks"
                        Dr. John Kitching (Leader, Atomic Devices and Instrumention

                        Group, Time and Frequency Div., Fellow,
                        National Institute of Standards and Technology / USA)

14:00-14:30    Advanced Autonomous Vehicle Monitoring Technology
                        Prof. Isao Shimoyama (Graduate School of Information Science and
                        echnology, The University of Tokyo)

14:30-15:00    High Efficiency Micro Energy Harvester for Trillion Sensor World            
                        Prof. Hiroshi Toshiyoshi (Center for International Research on 
                        Micronano Mechatronics, Institute of Industrial Science,
                        The University of Tokyo)

15:00- 15:10    Break

Session 2:  MEMS Collaboration Session

15:10-15:40    Latest Trend of Trilion Sensors
                        Mr. Susumu Kaminaga (Executive Senior Advisor, SPP Technologies Co.,Ltd)

15:40-16:10    Advancing MEMS R&D in materials, processes and devices to face       
                        major needs arising from the booming MEMS market
                        Dr. Julien Arcamone (Industrial Collaborations and Business Development,
                       Silicon Components Div., CEA-LETI/France)

16:10-16:40    MEMS devices enabled by material innovation
                        Mr. Joerg Froemel (Dept. System Packaging, Fraunhofer ENAS


16:40-16:45    Closing remarks
                       Mr. Keiichi Aoyagi (Executive Director, Micromachine Center)


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  - Sensor and Sensor module
  - Smart monitoring system

  - Printed electronics
  - Packaging technology, equipment, materials
  - NMEMS actuator

  - R&D institute(Overseas)

About Fraunhofer ENAS

The Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS focuses on smart systems integration by using micro and nano technologies and provides services in:

  • Development, design and test of MEMS and NEMS (micro and nano electro mechanical systems)
  • Wafer level packaging of MEMS and NEMS, wafer bonding, low temperature bonding
  • Metallization and interconnection systems for micro and nano electronics as well as 3D integration
  • Adaptive printing technologies inclusively material development and characterization
  • Reliability and security of micro and nano systems.

In Sendai, the Fraunhofer Project Center “NEMS/MEMS Devices and Manufacturing Technologies at Tohoku University” was founded as a platform for common research and development activities of Tohoku University and Fraunhofer ENAS. The project center is run to the benefit of both partners as a vehicle for R&D cooperation, technology transfer as well as training and education programs.


Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS
Technologie-Campus 3
09126 Chemnitz, Germany

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gessner
Phone: +49 371 45001-100

Jörg Frömel
Phone: +49 371 45001-260