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The Future of MEMS: Solutions for Moving from a Niche to a Mainstream Business  

Tuesday July 12, 2011
South Hall, Moscone Center

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Description The maturing technology base, and the fast growing demand for mobile consumer applications, have moved MEMS into the mainstream--and up against consumer market demands for fast ramp to high volumes at low cost.  That means the MEMS market is poised for 16% average compound growth, to become a $14 billion opportunity by 2014, according to Yole Développement, with a host of new applications about to come on stream.  But it also means that  successful companies will be those who figure out how to more efficiently align the traditional one product, one process MEMS business to the current expectations for faster time to market and faster ramp to volume. Leading companies discuss their manufacturing technology solutions. 
10:30am– 10:55am     


"MEMS Roadmap: From Device to Function"

Presentation in PDF

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



"Applying Learning from an IC Foundry for the Manufacturing of MEMS"

Presentation in PDF

Rakesh Kumar, Ph.D. (Biography)

Director  of MEMS, 200mm Business Unit




"The Evolution of the MEMS Foundry–From Lab to Fab" 

Presentation in PDF

Claude Jean  (Biography)

EVP and General Manager

Teledyne DALSA Semiconductor


"Enhanced Moblie Experience: A MEMS Platform Opportunity"

Presentation in PDF

Jo de Boeck (Biography)

SVP Smart Systems & Energy Technology




New MEMS Devices for Emerging Consumer and Automotive Applications

Presentation in PDF

Gary O'Brien, Ph.D. (Biography)

Director, MEMS Advanced Design Group

Bosch Research and Technology Center



Modular Approach to MEMS Test

Presentation in PDF

Srini Badri (Biography)        

Business Development Manager  

National Instruments 
Session Moderator:  Karen Lightman, Director of the MEMS Industry Group
   Session presented in cooperation with MEMS Industry Group
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