MNE 2013

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MNE is a major annual international conference, devoted to micro and nano fabrication and manufacturing, held in a European country every September. The Conference brings together engineers and scientists from across the world to discuss recent progress and future trends in the fabrication, manufacturing, operation and application of micro and nano-structures and devices. Applications in electronics, photonics, electromechanics, environment and life sciences are also discussed.

MNE 2013 will be the 39th conference in a series that was started in Cambridge in 1975 and which was held most recently in Athens (2008), Ghent (2009), Genoa (2010), Berlin (2011) and Toulouse (2012). In September 2013 MNE will return to the UK after 10 years. The organising committee are pleased to announce that the conference will be held at Imperial College London. Judging on previous years, it is estimated that the conference will attract 500-800 participants.

Welcome to London

London is for good reason a major destination for visitors. It has many internationally renowned museums and galleries, together with a history that stretches back to Roman times. There is a vibrant cultural scene that caters for all tastes. London has a large and diverse range of academic institutions, 4 of which appear in the Times Higher Education Supplement’s top 100 world universities. There is an extensive public transport system and the South Kensington area is linked directly to Heathrow via the Piccadilly Line of the Underground railway network. In September, the weather in London is pleasant, although there is always the possibility of rain.

The Conference at a glance

The conference will open with a welcome reception, held on Monday 16 September starting at 19.00.

The technical programme sessions will be held from Tuesday 17 through to Thursday 19 September, with the meeting closing at the end of the afternoon. The programme combines plenary and parallel oral sessions featuring invited presentations by a number of international recognised scientists and will also include both contributed oral and poster presentations.

Accepted abstracts will be assigned to oral or poster presentations, based on recommendations from the International Programme Committee. Equal weight is given to poster and oral presentations.

The Exhibition and the Poster Presentation start with the welcome reception on Monday, 16 September and will be closed on Thursday, 22 September at 16.00.

The Conference Dinner takes place on Wednesday, 21 September at 18.30.

In addition there will be a technical exhibition where exhibitors can display commercial tools, materials and software of direct interest to the community.

We look forward to welcoming you in London!

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