Other Useful Sites to Visit
AML work in partnership with industry and provide design and manufacturing
services for sensors and microsystems, either at the component level
or complete system.
One stop shop for training in advanced microelectronics technology,
including microsystems, ASIC's, multi-chip modules and RF analogue
A Europe-wide network of service providers for feasibility studies,
design, prototyping manufacturing and training in advanced electronics
Swiss Foundation for Research in Microtechnology
AThe Swiss Foundation for Research in Microtechnology (FSRM) was
set up in 1978, with the aim of promoting microtechnology and its
applications. Since the end of the 80s FSRM has been engaged in
developing its services in the field of training and the provision
of support to scientific cooperation projects.
The UK arm of the International Microelectronics and Packaging Society
which organises conferences, seminars and exhibitions around the
world. IMAPS works with industry and academia to ensure that
its members are kept up to date with the latest developments in
IndiaNano - Accelerating Innovation
IndiaNano is a non-profit organisation supported by academic and
industry experts aimed at developing a platform for real-time strategic
collaboration between diverse groups in order to harness the benefits
of progress in advanced technologies.
MICROSYSTEMS MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION
The Microsystems Manufacturing Association (MMA) has been established
by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) with the support
of the DTI to encourage commercial exploitation of microsystems
technologies (MST) by UK industry. To achieve this, it seeks to
provide a strong and representative voice at national and international
level, representing the interests of both suppliers and consumers
of MST. The MMA will help facilitate links between the MST community
and users in a wide range of applications in key UK technology sectors.
VISION ONLINE - EUSPEN
euspen is the ‘european society for precision engineering and nanotechnology’.
It was established to provide a coherent and dynamic collaborative
thrust for industry and research institutes to meet, network and
mutually benefit form the promotion of ultra precision technologies.
euspen’s aims are: · to become a catalyst for the design of innovative
products · to facilitate intensive information exchange between
inter disciplinary technologies · to promote awareness of nano,
micro and ultra precision engineering · to create transnational
collaboration in research and development.
TFI is a VisionOnLine partner, contributing
our detailed knowledge of market and technology trends in nanotechnology
and precision engineering.