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MOEMS-MEMS 2013 - Part of SPIE Photonics West

02 Feb 2013 - 07 Feb 2013 - Moscone Center San Francisco, California, USA



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Share your research and development activities with colleagues, sponsors, customers, technologists, engineers, scientists, and clients in the growing industry of Micro- and Nanofabrication of MEMS and MOEMS. Micro- and Nano-fabricated electromechanical and optical components, created by batch processing, provide the missing links to the mass-produced miniaturized products and systems of the future, superior in cost, performance, and reliability. Be a part of this evolution by participating in this international premier symposium event.

Present your work in these topic areas:

 + Devices/Applications/Reliability

 + Micro/Nanofabrication


More information on our website:

http://spie.org/moems-mems.xml



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