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Dec 17th, 2013
SAVE THE DATE! MEMS & Imaging Technology seminar
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Yole Développement organizes a MEMS and Imaging Seminar in Korea. Dedicated to MEMS devices & manufacturing technologies areas, followed by IMAGING, the seminar is made up of Yole Développement presentations on the related market area, System Plus Consulting tools presentations (Reverse Costing and Cost Simulation).

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See below the detailed agenda:

9.30 AM – Welcome breakfast

10.00 AM - 1.00 PM:
MEMS devices & manufacturing technologies: Challenges for MEMS sensors in the next 5 years.

From 1.00 PM to 2.00 PM –
Lunch & Networking

2.00 PM - 5.00 PM:
How Technology changes are reshaping the CMOS Image Sensor industry?  Manufacturing technologies and Challenges in the next 5 years.

At 5.00 PM –

At 6.00 PM –
End of the seminar

- Registration:

To register, please click here

Early registration: (all including VAT)
     - One session (MEMS or Imaging): KRW 200,000
     - Full day seminar (MEMS & Imaging Sessions): KRW 300,000

Onsite registration: (all including VAT)
     - One session (MEMS or Imaging): KRW 220,000
     - Full day seminar (MEMS & Imaging Sessions): KRW 330,000

- Speakers

Jean-Christophe Eloy is CEO and Founder of Yole Développement. Since 1991, he has been involved in the analysis of the evolution of MEMS markets at device, equipment and also materials suppliers’ level. Jean-Christophe Eloy is also board member in several organisations in Europe and in North America.



Guy Meynants is CTO and VP R&D of CMOSIS. He co-founded CMOSIS in 2007 to develop advanced professional image sensors. He led the company through its incubation phase as CEO until June 2009 and then switched to the VP position.  He started working on CMOS image sensors in 1994 at IMEC, Belgium through the development of active pixel sensors with 14 and 7 micron pixels.  He was one of the co-founders of FillFactory NV in 2000, where he developed various CMOS image sensors for industrial, digital photography and space applications, and worked on technology development for low-noise high dynamic range pixels. From February 2006 up to October 2007 he has been working at IMEC-NL on research about ultra-low power analog circuits. He received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electronics engineering from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium in 1994 and 1998 respectively. He invented 15 patents and patent applications in the field of image sensors and analog circuit design, and co-authored 5- publications.

Leopold Beer joined Bosch Sensortec shortly after its foundation in 2006 and has been working as a sales director and afterwards global marketing director. Since March 2013 he is the Regional President of Asia Pacific. Prior to joining Bosch Sensortec, Leopold Beer held various engineering and managerial positions in the semiconductor and the automotive industry.



and Jun Hwang, Director at Dongbu Hitek, and Sang-Chul Lee, Director at GMEMS


For more information, please contact Hailey Yang (yang@yole.fr) or Clotilde Fabre (fabre@yole.fr).


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