MNE Fellow Award 2017
Sponsored by the company GenISys
To promote micro- and nano-engineering in Europe, the MNE Steering Committee recognizes a researcher or engineer every year who has made outstanding contributions to fields addressed by the MNE conference. The aim is to honor a researcher or engineer who has strong research roots in Europe by having worked in Europe for an important part of his/her career. The successful candidate must have inspired the MNE community by his/her leadership or outstanding work. This could, for example, be through leadership in the successful development and commercialization of a technology, the pioneering of a method or development of a tool with significant impact on current research or manufacturing methods, or an outstanding invention.
This year’s price will be conferred to http://sharepoint-insight.com/2011/10/23/list-of-sharepoint-base-permissions-with-their-hex-and-decimal-values/ Prof. Andreas Manz
A pioneer in microchip technology for chemical applications and lab-on-a-chip.
The award ceremony will take place during a Plenary Session of the MNE Conference.
In previous years the MNE Fellow Award was bestowed to:
- Dr. Haroon Ahmed from University of Cambridge (founder of Microengineering conference, which became the Micro & Nanoengineering conference) at MNE 2003, Cambridge
- Dr. Peter Vettiger from IBM Research – Zurich at MNE 2005, Vienna
- Dr. Mike Hatzakis from NCSR Demokritos Athens at MNE 2006, Barcelona
- Dr. Bruno Murari from ST Microelectronics at MNE 2010, Genoa
- Dr. Luc Van den Hove from IMEC at MNE 2011, Berlin
- Dr. Hans Löschner from IMS Nanofabrication AG in Austria at MNE 2012, Toulouse
- Prof. Dr. Dieter Kern from the University of Tübingen at MNE 2014, Lausanne
- Dr. Emile van der Drift from Technical University of Delft at MNE 2015, The Hague
- Prof. Dr. Nico de Rooij, professor emeritus at the EPFL Lausanne and Vice-President at CSEM SA