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Abstract:
Edited by Professor Stefan Dimov, Cardiff University,
UK;Professor Wolfgang Menz, University of Freiburg,
Germany; and Professor Yuli Toshev, Bulgarian
Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Multi-Material Micro Manufacture

Scotland, UK | Posted on August 15th, 2007

With over 80 papers including six keynote contributions, this volume details the state-of-the-art with regard to numerous aspects of advanced micro technologies with respect to metals, polymers, and ceramics, and the development of new production platforms for micro systems-based products.

The contributions from leading authors from universities, independent research and corporate organizations provide an invaluable overview of this rapidly moving subject and an insight into key developmental areas. This comprehensive collection of indexed and peer reviewed articles is also contained on a CD with search functionality.

Contents
Keynote papers
Design for Microassembly Capturing Process Characteristics (Prof. Svetan Ratchev, University of Nottingham, UK); A Synopsis of U.S. Micro-Manufacturing Research and Development, Activities and Trends (Prof. Kornel Ehmann, Northwestern University, USA); Microassembly Processes and Microassembled Devices (Prof. Brad Nelson, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland); Chemical Bonds of Nanoscale Materials: Reasons for Various Applications (Prof. Iovka Dragieva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria); SPH Simulation of the Embossing and Injection Moulding of Micro-Parts: Softening and Aggregation Aspects (Prof. Jan Korvink, IMTEK, Germany); Dimensional Metrology in Micro Manufacturing (Prof. Hans Nørgaard Hansen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
ASSEMIC (handling and assembly in the microdimension) invited session
MICROSAPIENT (integration of micro- and nano-manufacturing technologies) invited session
Components: fabrication and assembly technologies
Metrology: inspection and characterisation methods
Novel materials: characterisation and processing
Process modelling and simulation
Process characterisation including process chains
Systems: novel product and system designs
Readership
This volume will be of interest to all engineers and scientists, whether in academia or industry, working in the field of nanotechnology and micro manufacture.

ISBN 978-1904445-53-1 268 × 196mm hardback liberally illustrated c. 440 pp plus CD c.£150 Nov, 2007

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