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April 17th, 2007

MEPTEC Announces Keynote for MEMS Symposium

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Recent research is also bridging the gap between synthetic nanostructures such as silicon nanowires and conventional lithographic fabrication. Two projects will be discussed in which fluidic techniques play an important role: the growth of lateral bridging nanowires and the formation of silica scaffolds for nanowire growth using emulsion templating. These new capabilities and others will enable the harvesting of synthetic nanotechnology to add new functionality and capabilities in MEMS.Professor Howe is currently with the Dept of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University and was the Chair-person for the MEMS Technical Committee of IEEE Electron Devices Society from 1998 - 2001. Research Interests include design and fabrication of microsensors and microactuators, development of merged CMOS-microstructure processes and biomimetic nanofabrication processes. Howe is also a member of the editorial board for several MEMS related Industry publications.

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