DIMES symposium on microsystems and innovation

Chemical technology Fysics Manufacturing
Mikroniek 2010-3 by Lina Sarro, Mart Graef and Paddy French 2 April 2012

On 27 April 2010, a full-day symposium on microsystems and innovation was held at DIMES, the Delft Institute of Microsystems and Nanoelectronics. The purpose was to offer an overview of the recent achievements in microsystems and the technological challenges that will have to be addressed in the near future. Also, attention was paid to the role that R&D on microsystems can play in industrial innovation and the development of the “knowledge society”. The audience consisted of delegates from the academic and industrial communities, as well as of public authorities.


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