Tokyo/Japan  /  February 15, 2012  -  February 17, 2012

nano tech 2012

The 11th International Nanotechnology Exhibition and Conference

nano tech 2012

German Pavilion / G-01-2

Reactive Multi Nano Layer
Nanoporous Gold

The Fraunhofer ENAS shows research results for low-temperature bonding at the nano tech 2012. The Institute introduces technologies like nanoimprint-lithography and aerosol-jet printing which are applied at Fraunhofer ENAS. Moreover, new sensor concepts and further developments of sensors by using nanotechnologies are presented.

The Gessner Group of the WPI-AIMR at the Tohoku University in Sendai/Japan is the co-exhibitor. The research group work on applications of new materials in the microsystems technology. Thereby, nano porous materials and their application for low-temperature wafer bonding processes are investigated. The material characteristics of metallic glasses as functional materials in microsystems technology is another focus of the research.


Prof. Dr. Reinhard R. Baumann,
Head of Department Printed Functionalities, Fraunhofer ENAS
Topic: Printed Smart Objects and Their Digital Fabrication
16th February 2012; 10:05 - 10:40
The Cutting Edge of Printable Electronics - a Japanese-European Symposium- 

Dr. Wei-Shan Wang, WPI-AIMR Gessner Group
Topic: Japanese-German collaboration - Advanced materials for MEMS
16th February 2012
Seeds & Needs Seminar

Joerg Froemel, 
Deputy Head of Department System Packaging, Fraunhofer ENAS
Topic: Nano Technologies from Science to Market and Society
16th February 2012
Seeds & Needs Seminar