SEMI MEMS Technical Committee

Tom Morrow, Vice President, Global Expositions & Marketing, SEMI The MEMS industry is changing from a one-process-per-product technology to a one-process-many-product one.  Critical to this transformation are industry standards that reduce costs and spur meaningful innovation.  The SEMI MEMS Technical Committee has been meeting this challenge since 2003, developing several important standards that have yielded […]

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Greetings from San Francisco!

Monica Takacs, Director of Membership and Marketing SEMICON West kicked off today–it was so nice to see so many MIG members at the Extreme Electronics Lounge in Moscone North! Yesterday, our MEMS Education Series short course “An Insider’s Guide to Strategy for the MEMS Industry” took place at the downtown campus of San Francisco State […]

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Live from RoboCup 2009 Day 5

This week Richard Allen, Physicist, NIST, will be live blogging from RoboCup 2009 covering the MEMS-scale robot league. July 4, 2009, Entry 2: And some results from today’s activities, in particular the Ball Handling Drill (ETH) and theTwo Millimeter Dash (USNA). ETH was unable to accomplish the Ball Handling Drill, so that event will have […]

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Hello world!

Welcome to MEMS Blog, a new blog on MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) aimed at generating discussion related to the commercialization of MEMS. Each week we will feature guest bloggers taken from our pool of member experts and ask them to write about a hot issue in MEMS of interest to the MEMS community in general. Stay […]

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