MEMS Technology Summit Will Bring Together Several Industry Pioneers
Using the 25th Anniversary of the founding of NovaSensor as a celebration backdrop, the MEMS Technology Summit will be held at Stanford University on October 19-20, 2010. The event will celebrate the25th anniversary of the company founded by MEMS industry pioneers Dr. Kurt Petersen, Dr. Janusz Bryzek and Mr. Joseph R. Mallon Jr. (shown in the picture).
Other industry pioneers who will present their views on the future of MEMS technology at the conference include Professor Kensal (Ken) Wise of the University of Michigan, Professor Tom Kenny of Stanford University, Dr. Ken Gabriel of DARPA, Professor Emeritus Stephen Senturia of MIT, Professor Emeritus Richard Muller of the University of California Berkeley and Dr. Jiri Marek of Bosch (Germany).
MEMS technology provides the basis for many of today’s pressure sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes and other sensors, actuators and more.
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