Welcome to the iMNC18
Again this year, MinacNed organizes the 13th edition of the international MicroNanoConference. The conference will take place at the 11th and 12th of December at the impressive Beurs van Berlage in vibrant Amsterdam.
The iMNC is known as the central meeting point where national and international people in the micro nano community come together, where you will find the entire chain of Microsystems and Nanotechnology and where science meets industry.
The iMNC is the conference that connects institutes, universities, SME’s, start-ups, buyers and everybody that has an affinity with micro nano, with the aim to exchange information about new technologies, barriers and solutions to create possibilities for new technology and business relations.
Next to the main themes: Organ-on-a-chip, Microfluidics, Biosensing and Functional surfaces and interfaces, the programme includes sessions about Photonics, Integrated Optics & Opto-Fluidics, Instruments for Fabrication and Characterization, Nanomedicine- drug delivery - drug targeting, Micro analytical systems and many more.
We can already announce an impressive lecture programme with speakers of NASA Ames Research Center, IBM, ASML, Frost & Sullivan, University of Singapore and TissUse.
In addition to the lecture programme, all leading suppliers, universities and institutes will present themselves in the central hall of the Beurs van Berlage with a table-top or by giving a workshop in connection with the lecture programme.
iMNC18 addresses the promise of technological innovation, local and international business opportunities, practical applications of scientific research, an impressive lecturer program and lots of opportunities to profile your company local and international in many ways.
We welcome you to participate as a Presenter, Exhibitor, Sponsor or Visitor at the international MicroNanoConference 2018!
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