> Non mainstream packaging in MEMS, LED and Power Electronics
>>Derivative applications (MEMS, LEDs) are source of
innovations for advanced packaging.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 8:00 AM PDT
Hosted by Yole Développement
Dr. Eric Mounier, Senior Analyst, MEMS Devices & Technologies, Yole
Mike McLaughlin, Business Development, Yole Inc.
Derivative applications (MEMS, LEDs) are source of technological innovations for advanced packaging. Emerging volume markets in MEMS, LEDs, power devices & Si photonics mean an increasing diversity of demands & opportunities for semiconductor pacakging technology. We will review some
key developments and trends across these growth markets outside of the mainstream world.
Dr. Eric Mounier, has a PhD in microelectronics from the INPG in Grenoble. He
previously worked at CEA LETI R&D lab in Grenoble, France in marketing dept.
Since 1998 he is a co-founder of Yole Développement, a market research
company based in France. At Yole Développement, Dr. Eric Mounier is in
charge of market analysis for MEMS, equipment & material. He is Chief Editor
of Micronews, and MEMS'Trends magazines (Magazine on MEMS Technologies &
Mike McLaughlin has been working with emerging technologies for over 12 years at IBM and Cisco and was a principal analyst at Gartner. He now leads
all of Yole Développement's activities and business development for North
America. Mike is a graduate of Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA