Multi-Material Micro-Manufacture of RF Components


The aim of this workshop is to identify industrially perceived needs for the manufacture of a range of functional devices that incorporate microwave elements.

By the means of a series of introductions and case-book examples, this sandpit aims to identify product exploitation gaps which recent technology advances can help to fill. The fabrication of microwave components using fabrication technologies available within the 4M network will be explored.


10:00 Welcome and Registration

10:15 Case book example: 4M project on microwave components, layer manufacturing for microwave components— Per Johander, Swerea IVF, Sweden

10:45 Millimetre wave micromachined devices for communications and radar - Professor Mike Lancaster, University of Birmingham, UK

11:30 Ceramic layer-by-layer stereolithography for the manufacture of 3-D millimetre-wave filters— Nicolas Delhote, University of Limoges/ Cerampilot SAS

12.30 Lunch break

13:30 Micromachining techniques for mm-wave space applications - Space Science and Technology Department, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

14:00 Interactive discussions of exploitation of micro-manufacturing techniques for microwave components.

14:45 Wrap-up and end of workshop

To register for this free workshop contact the 4M office

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