ISSYS, NanoGetters to Deliver Talk on MEMS Vacuum Packaging at COMS 2011: Ypsilanti-based Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. says its executive vice president, Doug Sparks, will present a paper on MEMS vacuum packaging from a product and foundry perspective on August 31 at COMS 2011. For more information, visit this link. Many MEMS devices require vacuum packaging for improved performance and reliability. MEMS-based gyroscopes, accelerometers, pressure sensors, RF-resonators IR-sensors and displays and fuel quality sensors all use vacuum packaging. Both package-level and wafer level vacuum sealing will be covered in this talk. Thin-film getters like NanoGetters are a relatively new development that has been applied to this field both at the chip and ceramic or metal package level. The use of various wafer bonding and packaging methods will be include in the talk with respect to internal product development and obtaining this technology as a part of a MEMS foundry service. NanoGetters services more than 40 customers in the MEMS vacuum packaging industry and is a wholly owned affiliate of ISSYS. Visit www.mems-issys.com and www.nanogetters.com for more information on NanoGetters services.
Oneupweb Busts Digital Marketing Myths: The Oneupweb team lives, breathes, works, plays and dreams all things digital marketing, and nothing peeves them more than false statements about their industry. On Thursday, Aug. 18 at 2 p.m. Eastern time, get the truth from Oneupweb director of sales and marketing Carly Wujcik and director of operations, Tim Kauffold as they put an end to the many myths tainting today’s online marketing world. From search marketing (both paid and natural) to digital design (websites and online campaigns), to the nitty gritty of social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube), these marketers are eager to reveal what’s plausible in the digital marketing world and what common myths need to be busted. Wujcik and Kauffold are accepting questions about digital marketing myths — attendees can ask questions prior, during or after the Webinar. To submit questions, register for the free live event and listen to archived episodes please visit DigitalRoadShow.OneUpWeb.com.