March 12, 2013
Steigenberger Airport Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
An executive forum promoting the commercialization of MEMS
MEMS in Energy
The energy industry is undergoing significant change—from deregulation in existing markets and expansion into new energy sources and regions to the rapid increase of energy costs. With current energy sources not able to meet future global demand, we require new solutions that are portable and highly efficient. Once again the EU is leading the way. European organizations are looking to MEMS in harnessing alternative energy and in generating more energy-efficient, lower-cost power.
During MEMS Executive Congress Europe 2013, MEMS Industry Group (MIG) will bring together some of the brightest minds in the field of alternative energy to explore how emerging initiatives and applications can benefit from MEMS.
Panelists will address:
- What is the MEMS connection to harnessing alternative energy in Europe—and how might this fuel energy innovation in other parts of the world
- How are wireless sensor networks driving new opportunities for MEMS device manufacturers?
- How are new regulations on safety, emission reduction and energy conservation creating markets for MEMS?
- How (and when) will MEMS-based energy harvesting provide electricity for small and/or mobile equipment, such as mobile phones?
Please join us March 12, 2013, 1:30-2:00 p.m. for the panel, MEMS in Energy.
Moderator Bert Gyselinckx, general manager, Holst Centre, imec, will join panelists: