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"MEMS / Nanotechnology Platform" at SEMICON Europa 2005

MEMS (micro electro mechanical systems) is expanding rapidly!

January 10, 2005

SEMI (Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International) continues a strong focus in the area of MEMS manufacturing: suited technologies to volume markets. The platform fosters MEMS Equipment manufacturers, Material suppliers, Handling, Test, and Packaging experts. Exhibitors meet new customers from MEMS foundries, manufacturing and R&D.

NEW! Nanotechnology for Nanoelectronics.
The MEMS manufacturing platform extends to Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology manufacturing. Special topics include nanotechnology, deposition of nanolayers, fabrication of nano structures e.g. nanoimprinting or self-assembly. This platform is an excellent opportunity to develop synergies between the semiconductor experts and the experts of the nanoelectronics world.

SEMICON Europa is the ideal platform to showcase new developments in MEMS manufacturing and Nanotechnology.
As an exhibitors at the MEMS / Nanotechnology Platform you have the opportunity to meet highly targeted industry professionals. During a 20-minute time slot at the SEMI Technology Arena you present your latest technologies and products to key visitors.

"MEMS / Nanotechnology Platform" at SEMICON Europa 2005
Date: 12-14 April 2005
Location: New Trade Fair Centre, Munich
Package: Stand package includes fully provided 9 sqm presentation area, substantial PR services and the 20 min presentation slot in the arena. Total cost 4.600 EUR
Information: www.semi.org
Deadline: 04.02.2005


Contact:
Lars Stuible
WTC - Wicht Technologie Consulting
+49 (0)89 20 70 260-30
lars.stuible@wtc-consult.de

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