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4M 2011 - Stuttgart, Germany, 8-10th November

4M2011 The 4M2011 submission site is now OPEN. The deadline for submission of full (4-page) papers is 8th April 2011. The Call for Papers for the 4M2011 Conference is published and available to download from the conference webpages. Please distribute the Call for Papers to all those who may be interested to enable our conference to continue to grow.

Michaeli's successor at IKV named

University Professor Dr.-Ing. Christian Hopmann is to become new head of the Institute of Plastics Processing (IKV).

MEMS makers: machinists who work in silicon

Interesting article here published in the latest edition of Micromanufacturing magazine.

Christine Neuy joins MST BW

MST BW (Mikrosystemtechnik Baden-Württemberg) have announced that Christine Neuy has joined their team.


Our colleagues from the USA who organise and promote the International Conference on MicroManufacturing (ICOMM), are now formally establishing a legal entity to be called the International Institution for MicroManufacturing (I2M2).

MEMS Technology review

The publishers of Commercial Micro Manufacturing (CMM) are proud to announce the launch of MEMS Technology Review, a magazine within a magazine that focuses directly on the exciting and emerging area of Micro- Electro-Mechanical Systems.

POLYNET uses Youtube for dissemination

The Polynet Project has posted a video which illustrates its project outcomes on Youtube..html

EUMINAfab opens 4th Call

EUMINAfab opens the 4th Call for no fee access to 36 installations containing equipment to high end micro and nano technologies. .html

EUMINAfab launches online survey

EUMINAfab opens its survey on the technological hot spots in micro and nano technology. EUMINAfab’s roadmapping team has identified two “Hot Topics”. They have launched an on-line questionnaire which will be used to validate these hot spots and identify barriers to development. You are invited to complete the questionnaire before the closing date of 31st March 2011.

Training Courses in Microsystems

FSRM fsrm (Fondation suisse pour la recherche en microtechnique) offers a comprehensive range of training courses, in a number of languages (English, French, German). They are pleased to offer members of the 4M Association a 10% discount on course fees. More information here.

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