Rogue Valley Microdevices, along with several other prestigious organizations, are sponsoring the 2013 Biomedical MEMS & Sensors Conference. Featuring leading companies and technologies for a booming industry with a market size of $1.7 billion.
Rogue Valley Microdevices, along with several other prestigious universities and research entities, are sponsoring the 2013 Biomedical MEMS & Sensors 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition being held in Elria, Ohio on April 16-18, 2013. As a sponsor of the event, Rogue Valley Microdevices will not only hold a prominent place at the table, but will also ensure that the BioMEMS industry becomes aware of how the field is benefited by Rogue Valley Microdevices' commitment. Rogue Valley Microdevices specializes in MEMS and biomedical device fabrication with a full service MEMS foundry that combines state of the art process modules with the engineering experience and expertise to seamlessly go from custom design to device manufacturing.
The 2013 Biomedical MEMS & Sensors 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition will address the following topics: sensors of differing types that are used in medical devices and implants, portable medical diagnostic devices, preventative medicine and health screening devices, individualized heath treatment devices, MEMS-based drug-delivery systems, engineering of artificial tissues and organs, silicon-composed artificial cochlea and cornea structures, understanding responses of in-vitro cells to a variety of stimuli, and micro surgical tools that aid surgeries and minimally invasive medical procedures. As one can deduce from this comprehensive list, the 2013 Biomedical MEMS & Sensors 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition is an important gathering place for the best minds in the biomedical and MEMS fields that are making immense strides towards a time when microdevices will further assist the medical field in ways never known possible.
Testimonials from the 1st Annual Biomedical MEMS & Sensors 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition include comments about how engaging and knowledgeable the expert speakers were, how discussions on venture capitalism truly showed startups tangible ways in which to bring new technologies to life, and how attendees were able to see a clearer overall picture of the BioMEMs industries as it is emerging onto today's consumer-based device markets. Exhibitors at the conference this year will include industry-crucial manufacturers, universities, and technology development agencies that conduct activities like: unifying countries and laboratories for the purpose of research like the Greater Geneva Berne area agency of Switzerland does, conducting biomedical development research towards implementing better medical implantation devices and sensors like Kent State University of Ohio does, and of course, offering to the nanotechnology markets exclusive [url: http://www.roguevalleymicro.com/mems.php] MEMS manufacturing [/url] and thin film processes like Rogue Valley Microdevices of Oregon does.
Who Should Attend
• VPs of engineering
• Product managers and engineers
• MEMS foundry managers
• Academia professors and researchers
• VPs of marketing
• VPs of business development
• Marketing, sales and business development Managers
• Business development professionals
• MEMS and sensors production managers and engineers
• MEMS and sensors design managers and engineers
• Industry analysts
• Investment bankers
• MEMS and sensors consultants
• Media representatives
The John A. Spitzer Conference Center
at Lorain County Community College
1005 North Abbe Road
Elyria, Ohio 44035
Specializing in [url: http://www.roguevalleymicro.com/mems.php] MEMS and biomedical device fabrication [/url], Rogue Valley Microdevices is a full-service MEMS foundry that combines state-of-the-art process modules with the engineering experience and expertise to seamlessly go from custom design to device manufacturing. Maintaining all MEMS process capabilities in-house enables them to decrease manufacturing lead-times while improving device yield and performance.
Rogue Valley Microdevices offers over 50 unique MEMS manufacturing and thin film processes to support a worldwide customer base. Their MEMS and [url: http://www.roguevalleymicro.com/wafer_services.php] thin film processes [/url] are designed to handle silicon wafer substrates, as well as a variety of other materials such as quartz, glass, and aluminum nitride wafers. Rogue Valley Microdevices is based in panoramic Southern Oregon and supplies services to customers with a wide variety of applications, including applications in MEMS, semiconductors, biotechnology, and nanotechnology.