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Prof. Marta Rencz Elected Manager of the Modelling and Simulation Workpackage of EU-funded “Network of Excellence”


Prof. Marta Rencz, CEO of MicReD Ltd, has been elected manager of the Modelling and Simulation Workpackage of the EU-funded "Network of Excellence"

December 2005

Flomerics is proud to announce that Prof. Marta Rencz has been elected to the Board of Management of the EU-funded Network of Excellence, PATENT-DfMMas manager of the Modelling and Simulation work package. In this capacity she will serve as liaison between the Board and the sixteen University and industrial partners participating in the simulation activities of the PATENT project.

Prof. Rencz is the head of department of electron devices at the Technical University of Budapest and the CEO of MicReD Ltd, which was acquired by Flomerics Group in April 2005. She is Organizing Committee and Program Committee member of several international conferences and workshops, and has published her theoretical and practical results in more than 250 white papers.

The NoE Patent-DfMM aims to establish a collaborative team to provide European industry with support in the field of "Design for Micro and Nano Manufacture (DfMM)" to ensure that problems affecting the manufacture and reliability of products based on micro nano technologies (MNT) can be addressed before prototype and pre-production.

The Modelling and Simulation work package will support the process of robust design, packaging and assembly of the next generation of micro and nano technology based products, working closely with the other technical workpackages to address the main research challenges in DfMM. A collaborative service to industry will be established in the form of a virtual lab.

The workpackage team includes researchers from sixteen European Institutes. The research challenges to be addressed by the partners during the project include;

  • Multi-scale and multi-physics modelling
  • Enabling accurate packaging and system simulation
  • Non-linear behavior prediction
  • Microfluidics modelling
  • Failure and degradation mode modelling
  • Definition of a new cross-domain simulation methodology

For more information, visit: http://www.patent-dfmm.org/

For further information, please contact:

Nazita Saye
Head of Marketing
Mentor Graphics Mechanical Analysis, UK
81 Bridge Road
Hampton Court
Surrey, KT8 9HH
UK

Tel: +44 (0)20 8487 3000
Fax: +44 (0)20 8487 3001

 
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