Micro Products - Product Development and Design

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    Abstract

    Innovation within the field of micro and nano technology is to a great extent characterized by cross-disciplinary skills. The traditional disciplines like e.g. physics, biology, medicine and engineering are united in a common development process that can only take place in the presence of multi-disciplinary competences. One example is sensors for chemical analysis of fluids, where chemistry, biology and flow mechanics all influence the design of the product and thereby the industrial fabrication of the product [1]. On the technological side the development has moved very fast, primarily driven by the need of the electronics industry to create still smaller chips with still larger capacity. Therefore the manufacturing technologies connected with micro/nano products in silicon are relatively highly developed compared to the technologies used for manufacturing micro products in metals, polymers and ceramics. For all technologies, however, it is a continuously increasing challenge to create the operational basis for an industrial production of micro products. As the products through product development processes are made applicable to a large number of customers, the pressure in regard to developing production technologies that make it possible to produce the products at a reasonable price and in large numbers is growing.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings International Seminar MEMSTAND
    EditorsNPL, UK
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherNPL
    Publication date2003
    Publication statusPublished - 2003
    EventStandardisation for Microsystems: the way forward - Barcelona, Spain
    Duration: 24 Feb 200326 Feb 2003

    Conference

    ConferenceStandardisation for Microsystems: the way forward
    Country/TerritorySpain
    CityBarcelona
    Period24/02/200326/02/2003

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