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focusing on the emerging and most remarkable fabrication techniques for sensors and MEMS devices
MicroFab Summit 2023 focuses on the emerging and most remarkable fabrication techniques for sensors and MEMS devices. The goal of the event is to showcase the current state-of-the-art fabrication techniques and manufacturing trends, as well as to discuss emerging and innovative process technologies such as new materials, 3D micro and nano printing, new types of substrates, plastic and paper processes, and flexible hybrid assembly techniques. Special emphasis will be made on the fabrication of “More than Moore” (MtM) devices.
The sensors, MEMS, and MtM device market will reach an “inflection point” in the 2022-2023 timeframe which will change the economics of production to dramatically reduce costs and, therefore, significantly increase the utilization of micro devices throughout major industrial segments. Given this “inflection point” and the sharp reduction in production costs, can the market grow to $100 billion and 1 trillion micro devices per year by 2025? We believe this can happen. Already, the MtM/sensors/microtech/MEMS market has been the “shining star” within the overall semiconductor market sector, and the economy as a whole.
MicroFab Summit 2023 will provide a networking platform for the leading technology and business experts, and will also bring the MtM/sensors/microtech/MEMS “brain trust” together. We invite you to attend this two-day conference which will showcase major technological breakthroughs and emerging high volume applications.
Yole Group is part of the speaker with:
Senior Technology & Market Analyst – MEMS & Sensing
November 7, 2023
Emerging Manufacturing Trends to Sustain MEMS Industry Growth
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, MEMS & Sensing
Pierre-Marie Visse is Senior Technology & Market Analyst, MEMS & Sensing at Yole Group.
He is working within the Photonics & Sensing team. Pierre-Marie contributes daily to the technical, marketing, and strategic analysis on various MEMS and sensing technologies.
Prior to Yole Group, Pierre-Marie served as an R&D project manager at eLichens, specializing in the detection of environmental gases, for more than 2 years. His primary focus was the development of gas sensors and IoT for gas detection.
Previously, Pierre-Marie worked at TDK-Tronics for more than ten years as an inertial MEMS designer for custom sensors, accelerometers, and gyroscopes. He then worked as an R&D project manager for the navigation, industrial, and watchmaking industries.
Pierre-Marie graduated from ESIEE-Engineering (France) in 2010, specializing in microsystems.