Free to Attend Midwest Ultra Precision Technology Event Gathers Momentum

Rapid News Communications Group (RNCG) the organizers of MM Live, MEMS Live and NANO Live USA extend an open invitation to all parties working in the Micro, Nano and MEMS manufacturing arena to join them next week in Rosemont, IL.

Almost eighty of the very best technology and service providers in the Micro, MEMS and Nano sectors are set to exhibit at the event that takes place March 7-8 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Entry to both the exposition and the seminar program is completely FREE of any fees as part of Rapid News Communications Group commitment to increasing the knowledge base of US engineers.

The two days will offer a one-stop shop for exploring the latest in small and ultra precision part technology, enabling the visitor to review the latest developments, learn from industry experts and build their contacts in these fast developing technology arenas.

Both days of the event feature highly respected keynote speakers. Donna Bibber, CEO, Micro Engineering Solutions LLC who is renowned for her expertise in the micro manufacturing technology arena will kick off day one with a presentation entitled Micro Assemblies - Accurately Positioning Specks of Dust.

Day two is headlined by Dr. Yogesh B. Gianchandani, Director, Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems at the University of Michigan. He will present a paper entitled Manufacturing of Microsystems: Emerging Opportunities in Biomedical, Environmental and Wireless Applications. Dr. Gianchandani's presentation forms part of a superb session entitled MEMS Commercialization: From Lab to Fab to the Market that is presented in association with Roger Grace Associates.

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