This event will focus on MEMS and sensor technologies for medical applications. The medical MEMS and sensor market size is currently approximately $2.1 billion. In these applications, it is advantageous to miniaturize currently available components and systems due to form factor and cost considerations. Furthermore, many applications are newly enabled by MEMS technologies and would not be possible at all without miniaturization.Conference topics will include:
5801 Southfield Expressway
Detroit, Michigan, 48228
The conference and reception will be held at the DoubleTree Detroit-Dearborn. A block of rooms has been reserved at the DoubleTree for a negotiated rate of $99.00 per night. The room block cut-off date is May 6, 2014.
To reserve online, please go to http://bit.ly/MedMEMS and click the “Book a Room” button. You can also call in your reservation directly to 313-336-3340; please ask for the discounted room rate for the Medical MEMS conference.
The DoubleTree Detroit-Dearborn is approximately 15 miles from the Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW). The airport has taxi services available for hire; you can call 800-456-1701 or 734-997-6500 to schedule your service.
(from participants and attendees of BioMEMS 2012 and BioMEMS 2013)
"The 2012 Biomedical MEMS and Sensors conference was not only informative, but an excellent opportunity to expand your network in this exciting new field. Mike was personally helpful in providing contacts for us in the sensors arena. The discussions over lunch and between talks were at least as enlightening as the presentations themselves. Several new technologies in the medical space are emerging for MEMS technologies, and I look forward to learning more about these trends."
Paul DeDecker, President, NuPulse Technologies
"BioMEMS 2012 was a great event and we plan on coming back next year. There were two great aspects -- the networking and the talks. With networking, it was an efficient way to meet lots of BioMEMS people in one place. And the talks were also very good and presented the key ongoing trends with biomedical MEMS and sensor technologies and applications."
Joe Johnson, Business Development Manager, IntelliSense
"The Biomedical MEMS and Sensors 2013 Conference was a delight to participate in. The well-balanced mix of scientific presentations from academia and companies showed both on proven successes, problems to overcome and future possibilities for these technologies. The panel discussion was very much appreciated and should be a part of any conference worth its name. Finally the format of the conference made it very easy to interact with fellow participants, presenters and suppliers. Friends that I will keep in touch with and meet again, to build a network that will move this technology from the laboratory to the masses."
Nima Jokilaakso, Researcher, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
"The BioMEMS conference was a very good opportunity for us to understand the latest development trends and to network with experts and operators in the BioMEMS space. The presentations covered a wide breadth of topics which helped build an initial understanding of this space. The opportunity to network with experts and the diverse set of exhibitors helped us develop several industry and research contacts that have proven very useful in our current research."
Abhay Kothari, Associate, Booz & Company
"I thought that the conference was very well organized with a nice range of speakers. In addition to the information learned, the networking was excellent."
Mikki Larner, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Plasma Technology Systems, LLC
"As BioMEMS is moving out of labs and closer to market, this conference provided a great opportunity to have a better understanding on the overall picture of the technologies, market, and challenges. The presentations were less technically oriented and were focused more on the market and top-level technology analysis, which was great to help those of us who do not specialized in BioMEMS understand the market potentials and pitfalls. Of course, the conference also provided great networking opportunities where you could meet many CEO's and Presidents of BioMEMS businesses to learn first-hand what it would take -- technologically and financially -- to be successful in this emerging and important market."
Tristan Ma, Sr. Scientist, Applied Materials
"BioMEMS 2012 provided an intimate setting in which all the stakeholders in the diverse bioMEMS ecosystem could interact and network. I enjoyed the unique opportunity to learn about the emerging trends and ideas from the perspective of academics, foundries, entrepreneurs, investors, and others."
Ellis Meng, Associate Professor, University of Southern California
"The 2013 BioMEMS meeting was an extremely productive use of my time. In addition to being one of the speakers this year, it was very gratifying to gain insight into the latest developments in the area of BioMEMS, including those segments outside of our current focus. The venue was perfect and the meeting extremely well organized. I recommend that others in the field consider attending future meetings as well."
Richard Montagna, Ph.D., Senior Vice President Corporate Business Development and Scientific Affairs, Rheonix
"The life science area has significant growth potential for MEMS devices and applications over the next decade. This event provided a solid overview of new technologies being developed in the context of significant industry restructuring brought about by health care reform."
Louis Ross, President and CEO, Virtus Advanced Sensors
"You and the group did a terrific job."
Tom Shaughnessy, Director Biomedical Manufacturing, BioEnterprise
"I am very pleased to have attended the BioMEMS 2012 conference. It was great stage for spotting new trends in the fast pace biomedical MEMS market, learning about new technologies and innovative ideas to solve significant healthcare related problems and networking. The research and scientific material presented during the talks was of highest quality. Moreover, the panel discussions on commercialization and venture capitalism were a great source of information to understand the process of taking a technology to the next stage of development. Overall it was a very well organized conference and I look forward to attending it next year."
Disha Sheth, Post Doctoral Fellow, FDA
"BioMEMS 2012 was very professional and very well attended. The topics were timely and relevant and the speakers were knowledgeable and energetic. Great work putting together a wonderful conference!"
Bill Trainor, Managing Director, Mutual Capital Partners Funds
"As a biotech entrepreneur, investor and business adviser with a focus on technology commercialization, the 2012 Biomedical MEMS and Sensor Conference provided an opportunity to peer into the future of diagnostics, health screening, personalized medicine, drug delivery and tissue engineering. Not only were the quality of the presentations superior, but the speakers, moderators and panelists were very well informed and easily accessible before, during and after the program."
Raymond Vennare, Entrepreneur
Dr. Mike Pinelis
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MEMS Journal, Inc.
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