NCHC Exhibits at IEEE MEMS 2013
The 26th IEEE International Conference on the Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, IEEE MEMS 2013, co-organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), National Science Council (NSC), National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), was held at the Taipei International Convention Center January 21st - 24th, 2013. The IEEE MEMS is the premier annual event for the MEMS community, the focus on which is on current academic research and technological application trends in MEMS. This year, more than 700 experts and scholars from around the world attended the conference.
The National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC), under the National Applied Research Laboratories (NARL), exhibited at the conference under the theme “Service to the MEMS Community.” At the exhibition, the NCHC showcased its applied software service, applied material property database service, and its R&D achievements within the field of MEMS. During the exhibition, the NCHC also promoted its R&D capability and service platforms, as well as shared technology knowledge with domestic and foreign MEMS experts with the hope of creating more cooperative opportunities.
During the conference, approximately 150 domestic and foreign attendees visited the NCHC booth. Visitors included scholars and experts from countries including the United States, Switzerland, France, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and South Korea. Also, professors from domestic universities such as NTHU and National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), as well as experts from domestic industry, visited the booth as well. Visitors shared their technology know-how and experiences with the NCHC’s Dr. Heng-Chuan Kan and Dr. Jiunn-Horng Lee, booth hosts, and provided valuable suggestions from the users’ point of view on the NCHC’s services. The NCHC hopes to collect more actual user input in order to improve its R&D service platforms and to help speed up Taiwan’s MEMS R&D.
¡½ Visitors listen to the exposition and give NCHC their suggestions.