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Making Sense of Sensors Online Conference – 12 November 2020

This Online Conference, organised by IMAPS-UK, focuses on the packaging challenges presented by the many varied applications driving the growing use of Sensors in our world.

Touching on Technologies & Assembly Processes common to all areas of the Microelectronics community, Making Sense of Sensors will provide insights into numerous packaging techniques. Highlighting packaging technologies, developments and opportunities, this technical conference will provide a forum for learning within this fascinating field. Topics presented will cover a wide range of industries and applications demonstrating the diverse nature of this sector and the wide array of packaging techniques that are applied.

Making Sense of Sensors provides an opportunity to learn from leading Industry Experts and Equipment Manufacturers as they share their experiences and developments in this rapidly growing industry.

Related industry sectors include:

  • Civil Engineering & Infrastructure
  • Aerospace
  • Medical
  • Oil, Gas & High Temp
  • Automotive

The target audience are End-Users, Manufacturers, Production & Manufacturing Engineers, Researchers & Developers, Scientists, Supply Chain Companies, Process Engineers, Product Designers & Students

Presentation Topics include:

  • Assembly Processes – vacuum, hermetic and non-hermetic packaging of MEMS and MOEMS devices
  • Sensor Types – imaging, flow, pressure, LIDAR and tactile sensors
  • Graphene – sensors applied in structural performance monitoring
  • 3D Printing – how 3D printing technologies are making an impact in sensor manufacturing

Provisional Agenda:

The Provisional Agenda for the Conference is shown below (subject to change).

10:00Welcome and Introduction to IMAPS-UK
10:15Session 1: Packaging Challenges: Vacuum, Hermetic and Non-Hermetic Solutions
1: Vacuum Packaging of MEMS SystemsAshwin Seshia, University of Cambridge
2: Packaging of MOEMS LIDAR Sub-assemblyJonathan Abdilla, BESI
3. Packaging of Sensors in Non-Hermetic ApplicationsJohn Boston, CIL UK
11:30Session 2: Packaging Case Studies
4. Upgrade of Pressure Sensor Interface for High Temperature and CoBPiers Tremlett, Microchip
5. High Resolution 3D Printing and Self Powered Tactile SensorsManish Tiwari, UCL
12:15Lunch and Break
13:00Session 3: Packaging Challenges - Flow, Optical and Graphene Sensors
6: Flow Sensor Package DesignAndrea de Luca, Flusso
7: Imaging Sensor Development: From the Visible and BeyondRoss Wheeler, Teledyne E2V
8: Ultra-sensitive Graphene Sensors for Monitoring Performance and Structural Integrity in Power Electronics Zlatka Stoeva, DZP Technologies
14:009: Q&A Session
14:30Closing Remarks and End

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Delegate Bookings:

Bookings for Making Sense of Sensors are open and we welcome participants from Academia, Industry and Research, including non-members.

In a move to further the promote the benefits of membership, the “Making Sense of Sensors – Online” Conference is Free to Attend for the following categories of IMAPS-UK Members (Individual, Corporate, Academic, Student) and Members of IMAPS Worldwide.

Non-Members of IMAPS (including those only registered on IMAPS-UK website) will be charged a registration fee of £50 (exc VAT).

For further information, please contact the IMAPS-UK Secretariat, below:

IMAPS-UK Secretariat
Telephone: + 44 (0)131 202 9004

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Date(s) - 12/11/2020
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

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