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2426 Apr 2013
Alpexpo/Grenoble, France
Registration deadline
Apr 24, 2013
SPIE Europe
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SPIE Microtechnologies 2013

SPIE Microtechnologies is the premier European meeting for the latest research in microtechnologies, from bio-engineered and bio-inspired systems to developments in photonic materials, devices, and applications.

Meet colleagues from academia and industrial research groups in the Savoy Alps (Alpes de Savoie) in France this April. Take advantage of the synergies created by engineers, scientists, researchers, and managers working on various aspects of microtechnologies.

Hear the latest research from:
+ Smart Sensors, Actuators, and MEMS
+ VLSI Circuits and Systems
+ Nanotechnology
+ Bioelectronics, Biomedical, and Bio-inspired Systems
+ Integrated Photonics: Materials, Devices and Applications

Plenary Presentations include:
'An autonomous structural health monitoring solution',
Carol Featherston et al., Cardiff University, (United Kingdom)

'Biologically inspired large scale chemical sensor arrays and embedded data processing',
Santiago Marco, University, Barcelona (Spain)

'Micro- and nanoscale thermoelectrics: an overview over basic concepts and recent advances',
Markus Winkler, Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM (Germany)