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Events & Seminars
Events & Seminars FY2013

Date Aug. 22-24, 2013
Title The 4th Japan-China-Korea joint seminar on MEMS/NEMS
Place Tohoku University, Sendai Japan
Information http://unit.aist.go.jp/umemsme/JCK2013/JCK2013_welcome.html 

Events & Seminars FY2011


Date Feb. 13-14, 2012
Title Second International Symposium on Integrated Microsystems (ISIM 2012)
Place Epochal Tsukuba, Japan
Information   One of the main topics of this symposium is to share and discuss the most recent achievements of the project "Integrated Microsystems." The other object of the symposium is to discuss about the management of laboratories and foundry services on MEMS industry promotion among the attendees from different backgrounds and nationalities.


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Events & Seminars FY2010


Date Feb. 9-10, 2011
Title First International Symposium on Integrated Microsystems (ISIM 2011)
Place Epochal Tsukuba, Japan
Information   One of the main topics of this symposium is to share and discuss the most recent achievements of the project "Integrated Microsystems." The other object of the symposium is to discuss about the international collaboration on MEMS industry promotion among the attendees from different backgrounds and nationalities.
Program  Proceedings   

Date Feb. 9, 2011
Title International Workshop on Green Devices and Micro Systems (GDMS 2011)
Place AIST Tsukuba, Japan
Information  Wireless networked sensing is now a target of interest for health monitoring and preventive medical applications. Environmental monitoring for energy management is also attracting special attentions for reduction of energy consumption in our society, for example industries, offices and homes etc. Japanese government has launched the national project of Green Device for energy management by sensor network at 2010.
Above mentioned is the reason why this symposium is organized for further development of this technology and establishment of international collaboration for global sustainability.

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