Veeco to Organize MEMS Technical Seminar on July 4

Veeco is going to host an "Innovative Manufacturing Solutions for MEMS and Magnetic Sensors" Technical Seminar on July 4, 2013 in Tokyo, Japan.   

The seminar, focused on ion beam etching and physical vapor deposition of complex materials that enable smaller form factor and more reliable MEMS devices, will feature industry experts from Veeco, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies and Yole Développement. Topics will focus on manufacturing innovations required for unique materials, such as patterning of advanced piezoelectric devices and high rate deposition of magnetic materials.

The seminar will be held July 4, 2013 from 1:30-4:00 pm in Room 604 at Tokyo Big Sight, the location of the Nano Micro Biz/Robotech 2013 Exhibition.

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