MME 2013 24th Micromechanics and Microsystems Europe Conference
September 1-4, 2013
Aim of the MME conference series
MME conference is an annual event in the field of microengineering and --technology. It emphasizes sharing the knowledge about fabrication of microsystems, device characterization, packaging, and applications in e.g. RF-MEMS, MOEMS and Bio-MEMS.
Invited speakers from academia and industry.
2-min oral presentation accompany poster presentations.
Attendees will be given ample time to mingle during poster sessions and social events.
Hanasaari is a coastal island harboring a peaceful high-level convention venue, the Hanasaari Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre. It is on the border of cities Helsinki and Espoo, halfway between Helsinki downtown and Aalto & VTT campus. On-site accommodation available. Buses from/to Helsinki every 5 minutes, less than 10 minutes ride. Taxi from/to the international airport 30 min. Bus from/to the airport requires transfer in Helsinki city.
Downtown budget: www.helka.fi
Downtown lux: www.radissonblu.fi
Helsinki and Espoo facts
Helsinki is on the Baltic coast, surrounded by a magnificent archipelago. Helsinki metropolitan area, which includes Espoo and Vantaa, has a population of about one million. Helsinki-Vantaa airport has direct flights to and from over 50 international destinations.
Sami Franssila, Aalto University (Chair), Sami.Franssila@Aalto.Fi
Kai Kolari, VTT, Kai.Kolari@VTT.fi
Martin Hoffmann, Ilmenau Univ. Tech.
Martin Hill, Cork Inst. Tech.
Hüseyin KIZIL, Istanbul Technical University
S. Franssila, Aalto University
K. Kolari, VTT
H. Kattelus, VTT Memsfab Oy
K. Hjort, Uppsala University/VTT
J. Oberhammer, KTH Stockholm
H. Kuisma, Murata Electronics Oy
M. Tilli, Okmetic Oyj
Professor Sami Franssila