When microelectronics and micromechanics meet

May 10, 2004

Brussels, 07 May 2004

A European technology brokerage event, organised by the Innovation Relay Centre for Great Eastern France, in close collaboration with the IRC nano and micro thematic groups network, will take place during an international fair in Besançon, France, on 30 September and 1 October.

The event will aim to bring together industry - large and small - laboratories and technical centres from across Europe, who are looking for or offering innovative technologies or know-how to solve technical problems, create new products or develop new processes.

Topics covered this year will focus on the mix between micro-electronics and micro-mechanics for the development of microsystems, MEMs, optical and electromechanical systems.

A call for know-how is now launched, addressing enterprises, laboratories and technical centres which own innovative know-how and technologies. Their profiles will be presented in a catalogue, which will be available online.

For further information, please consult the following web address:

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