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IVAM centers key technologies at HANNOVER MESSE 2015

30.05.2014

On April 13-17, 2015, the latest trends and technologies along the entire industry value chain are on display at the world’s biggest industrial fair, HANNOVER MESSE.

Special attention is directed towards the key technologies microtechnology, nanotechnology, photonics and advanced materials: these technologies make industrial processes and products faster, cheaper and more efficient and assure and improve product quality in the long run.

IVAM Microtechnology Network concentrates these innovations in key technologies at a joint pavilion, which will take up a space of about 350 square meters in exhibition hall 3 – in close vicinity of Surface Technology and SchauplatzNano. IVAM CEO Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich explains the move to a new environment:

“The booth’s focus in exhibition hall 3 lies on connecting businesses from the fields of micro- and nanotechnology with each other and their technologies’ users. Based on our numerous activities in the nano field – IVAM is a founding member of Nano-in-Germany – and to focus synergies, the established IVAM Product Market “Micro, Nano & Materials” will take place in direct neighborhood of other German nano initiatives in the future.

This way, we again create a central starting point for users of micro- and nanotechnologies that is set to take the place of the former leading trade fair MicroNanoTec."

The IVAM Product Market will highlight nanotechnology applications, micro components, structures and precision parts; systems for precise process and production control and quality assurance; industrial surfaces and materials engineering; future-proof solutions for industrial production processes and international technology development.

Businesses interested in exhibiting at the high-tech Product Market can find more information on HANNOVER MESSE at IVAM’s website at http://ivam.de/HM15.

Weitere Informationen:

http://ivam.de/news/PM_HMI_2015?lang=en

Mona Okroy-Hellweg | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft

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