EUCEMAN Board (Presidium)
President: B. Michel, Micromaterials Center e.V. and Fraunhofer ENAS, email@example.com
R. Pufall, Munich, Infineon Technologies
A. Dommann, Neuchatel, Switzerland, CSEM
G. Q. Zhang, Eindhoven, Netherland, Philips
H. Hanselka, Darmstadt, Fraunhofer LBF
N. Meyendorf, Dresden, Fraunhofer IzfP
T. Winkler, Berlin and Chemnitz, Berliner Nanotest and Design GmbH
S. Rzepka, Dresden and Chemnitz, Fraunhofer ENAS
M. Michel, Boeblingen, IBM
R. Dudek, Chemnitz, Fraunhofer ENAS
B. Wunderle, Berlin and Chemnitz, Chemnitz University of Technology
R. Schacht, Berlin and Senftenberg, Lausitz University of Technology
H. Walter, Berlin, Fraunhofer IZM
J.-P. Sommer, Chemnitz, Fraunhofer ENAS
J. Hussack, Chemnitz, Fraunhofer ENAS
EUCEMAN pursues these aims and purposes:
EUCEMAN promotes interdisciplinary research and development as well as co-operation in designated areas of reliability of materials, components, systems, tools and techniques with a particular focus on micro and nanotechnologies, including their applications for business, science and technology, as well as everyday-life concerns (household, leisure, sports, health, security, etc.).
The main objective is the promotion and support of co-operation between scientists, the industry and society a t large, and in particular between research institutions and industry.
EUCEMAN will pay particular attention to the induction of synergies in the above-stated fields between the member states of the EU, extending to the initiation, organisation and leadership of activities, project proposals and joint projects within the EU.