- 11:55 – 12:15
Medical devices are key to providing timely patient monitoring and treatment. This presentation provides an overview of the role of micro-technology in medical devices, the challenges related to their fabrication, and a view to emerging technologies. You will gain an understanding of BioMEMS devices, their markets, and Teledyne’s MEMS capabilities for their development and manufacture.
Collin Twanow serves as Director, Technology for Teledyne MEMS and is responsible for creating technical solutions for both current and new customers. He joined Micralyne in 1999 and has held a number of roles ranging from Development Engineer, Director of R&D, Product Line Manager, and Vice President of Sales and Engineering in the Edmonton, Canada fab.
Collin has managed development programs for many devices including optical telecom switches and silicon optical benches, implantable medical devices, MEMS microphones, pressure sensors, and components for military applications. He is a Professional Engineer with a MEng degree, focused on Microfabrication. Collin has also lectured in MEMS and microfabrication courses at the University of Alberta.
Teledyne MEMS, the combination of Teledyne DALSA and Teledyne Micralyne, offers the most comprehensive toolkit of advanced processes for MEMS and microfabrication foundry manufacturing.
From process development to high volume production on both 150mm and 200mm wafers, our foundry customers have successfully brought thousands of designs to diverse markets in a wide range of applications, including automotive, industrial, medical, telecommunications and consumer sectors. We exceed your expectations whether you require 100 wafers a year or 10,000.
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