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Extreme Electronics—South Hall

Tuesday, July 13, 2010, 10:30am–12:30pm

Opportunities in MEMS:  Growing the Market with New Applications, Integrated Functions, and Faster Time to Volume


Yole Développment projects the _$7B MEMS market will pick up by the second half and see 14% CAGR through the next four years, as companies continue to develop new applications for MEMS devices. But profitable manufacture of these MEMS for volume markets increasingly means delivering functions, not just devices--requiring new emphasis on software functionality, innovative packaging, and finding ways to move beyond a unique manufacturing process for each product. Leading MEMS makers give their take on these issues and potential solutions.




“Status of the MEMS industry: Emerging applications are (again) fueling the growth of MEMS markets”
(Presentation in PDF)

Jean-Christophe Eloy (Biography)
Founder and CEO
Yole Développement



The Future of MEMS Sensors: Smaller, Smarter and More Powerful
(Presentation in PDF)

Jalinous Esfandyari, Ph.D. (Biography)
MEMS Market Development Manager



Building MEMS Products for the High Volume, Cost Driven Consumer Market(Presentation not available)
Mr. Steve Nasiri (Biography)
Founder, Chairman and CEO



Next Generation MEMS Inertial Sensors 
(Presentation in PDF)

Peter Hartwell, Ph.D. (Biography)
Master Engineer
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories


Panel: Optimizing Manufacturing for Future MEMS Growth

Karen Lightman, Managing Director MIG (Biography)


Asif Chowdhury, Director, Analog Devices (Biography)
John Foster, CEO, Innovative Micro Technology (IMT) (Biography)
Yan Loke, VP Engineering, Micralyne (Biography)
John McKillop, Ph.D. Managing Director, Tekton Consulting (Biography)

Session Moderator

Peter Singer, Editorial Director, Elecronics Manufacturing Group Publications, Pennwell (Biography)


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