The workshop in NTUU KPI and report of American professor Sergey Lyshevski on MEMS, BioMEMS, Microsystems and NanoTechnology With Applications

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The workshop in NTUU KPI and report of American professor Sergey Lyshevski, Rochester University, USA on microelectromechanical (MEMS) and bio-microelectromechanical (BioMEMS) systems, microsystems nano-technologies and their applications, Kiev, NTUU KPI, October 18, 2012

In his report Sergey Lyshevski talked on possible fields of advances in science, engineering and medicine applications considering the latest discoveries and advances in the field of MEMS and BioMEMS. In the professor’s opinion an integration of nano- and nano-biotechnologies takes place. The main attention was focused on MEMS and Microsystems development, designing, manufacturing and realization. MEMS technology enables reading, running and handling of the paradigms.

In prof. Lyshevski’s report physics and bio-physics of reading, measuring and handling of MEMS and BioMEMS were considered. The study objective was performing a number of testings on probing, running and processing of standards, study and approbation of first principles and developing of set of methods, approaches, technical skills and means which can be used for study of engineering, biological and bio-oriented systems. Considering of natural and engineering systems of bio- samples interaction and presentation, measuring and characterization of solving by means of nanoscale electronics and MEMS.

Part of report and workshop was devoted to application of MEMS, Microsystems and nanotechnologies in the countries with highly developed aerospace, automobile and military branches; energetic and electromechanical systems, microelectronics and robotics.

Professor Sergey Lyshevski presents his report on application of microelectromechanical systems and devices on their basis Discussions of Prof. Lyshevski report Workshop and discussions of nanotechnologies and microsystems problems
Professor Sergey Lyshevski presents his report on application of microelectromechanical systems and devices on their basis Discussions of Prof. Lyshevski report

Workshop and discussions of nanotechnologies and microsystems problems

Materials Research Centre’s director Oleksiy Gogotsi at the workshop on mycrosystems, MEMS, NTUU KPU, October 18, 2012 Materials Research Centre’s director Oleksiy Georgievich Gogotsi and prof. Lyshevski, Rochester university, USA in NTUU KPU, October 18, 2012 From left to right: Vic Korsun, Слева направо: Вик Корсун, STCU’s Deputy Executive Director from USA, Materials Research Centre’s director Oleksiy Gogotsi, prof. Sergey Lyshevski, Rochester University, USA in NTUU KPI, October 18, 2012
Materials Research Centre’s director Oleksiy Gogotsi at the workshop on mycrosystems, MEMS, NTUU KPU, October 18, 2012 Materials Research Centre’s director Oleksiy Georgievich Gogotsi and prof. Lyshevski, Rochester university, USA in NTUU KPU, October 18, 2012 From left to right: Vic Korsun, Слева направо: Вик Корсун, STCU’s Deputy Executive Director from USA, Materials Research Centre’s director Oleksiy Gogotsi, prof. Sergey Lyshevski, Rochester University, USA in NTUU KPI, October 18, 2012
Slides from the report presentation, presented by prof. Lyshevski Informational slides on MEMS and bio-MEMS, prepared by the reporteur Slides from the presentation on nanotechnologies, micro- and bio-microelectrochemical devices and their application
Slides from the report presentation, presented by prof. Lyshevski Informational slides on MEMS and bio-MEMS, prepared by the reporteur

Slides from the presentation on nanotechnologies, micro- and bio-microelectrochemical devices and their application

*Sergey Edward Lyshevski, Ph.D., Professor of Electrical Engineering
Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623-5603, USA

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