Nanotech 2011

MEMS-Based System Solutions: Review and Overview with a Focus on Current and Emerging High Volume Applications

Roger Grace

Roger Grace

President

Roger Grace Associates

Roger H. Grace is president of Roger Grace Associates, a Naples Florida -based strategic marketing consulting firm specializing in high technology, which he founded in 1982. His background includes over 40 years in high frequency analog design engineering, application engineering, project management, product marketing, and technology consulting. His clients include the international “Who’s Who” of corporations, Federal Laboratories and government agencies.

Mr. Grace has specialized in sensors and integrated circuits for over 30 years with a focus on microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and nanotechnology. He has authored over 60 technical papers; organized, chaired, and spoken at numerous international technical sessions and is frequently quoted as an industry expert in major international technical and business publications.

He has served on a number of industry committees. He was the Co-Chair of the 2003 Commercialization of Micro and Nanosystems Conference (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), and has been member of the steering committee of the Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA) Conference in Berlin, Germany since 1998. He was the Development Chairman of the IEEE Transducers 2003 (Boston, Massachusetts) and the Media Chairman of the IEEE Transducers 2009 (Denver Colorado) and 2011 (Beijing China)and Development Chairman of the Microtas 2006 Conference (Boston, Massachusetts) and a member of the steering committee for Smart Systems Integration 2011 (Dresden Germany).

Mr. Grace has been or is currently a member of the editorial advisory boards of A2C2 Magazine, NASA NanoTech Briefs, Sensors Magazine, R&D Magazine Micro/Nano Newsletter, ECN and Small Times and is a frequent editorial contributor to these and other technical publications. He serves on the advisory boards of Northeastern University's School of Engineering Industrial Advisory Board, National Council, and Nanomanufacturing Research Institute. He was selected as a recipient of the Outstanding Engineering Alumni of the Year in 2004 by Northeastern University. Mr. Grace held the position of visiting lecturer at the University of California at Berkeley from 1990 to 2003.

His educational background includes a BSEE and MSEE (as a Raytheon Company fellow) from Northeastern University, and the MBA program at Haas Graduate School of Business at U.C. Berkeley.

Chairing the Special Symposia on MEMS-Based Systems Solutions and Integration Approaches.


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