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Fresh from the success of the 2011 edition, Rapid News Communications Group is formally announcing the Call for Papers for MM, MEMS & NANO Live UK 2012.

MM, MEMS & NANO Live UK 2012 – Call For Papers

Cheshire, UK | Posted on January 22nd, 2012

The events continue to go from strength to strength and 2012 will see MM, MEMS & NANO Live again co-locate with TCT Live and for the first time, Mediplas, which will focus on the highly specialised area of design and manufacture of plastic parts for the medical industry. 2012 also sees a formal co-location with Sensing Technology 2012. This grouping of shows will provide a significant showcase of engineering and manufacturing technology in the UK with a projected attendance approaching 6,000.

In order to maintain the world class nature of this event Rapid News Communications Group is now calling for outstanding abstract submissions for the following sessions.

Micro Moulding of Plastics
Powder (PIM), Ceramic (CIM), Metal (MIM) Micro Moulding
Conventional Micro Machining Techniques
New/Emerging Micro Machining Techniques
Micro Fabrication, Welding, Assembly
Micro Metrology: Optical, Tactile, CMMs
Advances in MEMS & NANO Manufacturing Processes
The Path to Commercialisation for NANO and MEMS Technologies

All submissions must be non-promotional in content and presented by companies or institutions that are utilising and/or researching technologies for an industrial application. Exhibitors are welcome to submit practical application-based case studies.

Interested parties are initially requested to submit an abstract of 250 words of their proposed paper on or before February 28th 2011. This should include the working title, all authors/contributors and their affiliations. All submissions will be reviewed to ensure that they meet the necessary and exacting requirements of the Micro Manufacturing Conference.

MM, MEMS & NANO Live UK will be held at the NEC Birmingham, 25-26 September 2012, and anyone submitting a presentation must be available to present on any of these two days. Please submit abstracts to Aleksandra Wisniewska via email: .

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