Since 2008, the event series ΣYSTEMS INTEGRATION by IVAM Microtechnology Network has been providing opportunities for micro manufacturers and users to exchange ideas about intelligent applications of microsystems solutions. From June 9-10, 2015 the prestigious symposium will take place in in Oulu, Finland and will focus on “Printed Electronics, Printed Diagnostics, 3D Printing”.
New high-tech printing processes play a significant role in developing new products for various industries. Printed electronics, printed diagnostics and 3D printing of micro components have the potential to open up new and attractive future markets for innovations in medical technologies, communication technology, consumer electronics and many more.
The event will be held in English and is organized by IVAM in cooperation with VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland.
The Symposium is completed by a comprehensive supporting program: on the first day there will be company visits and guided tours that give insights into the Finnish microtechnology industry. The second day focuses on a wide-ranging conference program.
During the following days, June 12-13, Oulu is host of the business networking event “Midnight Pitch“, where start-ups will present their ideas to potential investors in a relaxed atmosphere. Participants of ΣYSTEMS INTEGRATION will receive special conditions for the „Midnight Pitch“.
Please find further information at http://ivam.de/Systems15 or contact Ms. Orkide Karasu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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