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New VDMA Association

Rainer Kurtz is chairman of the new VDMA-professional association “Electronics, Micro and Nano Technologies”

The Chairman of the new VDMA engineering association “Electronics, Micro and Nano Technologies“ (from left to right): Volker Pape (VISCOM AG), Dr. Stefan Rinck (Singulus Technologies AG), Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schmutz (ACI AG), Dr. Reinhard Degen (Micromotio
The Chairman of the new VDMA engineering association “Electronics, Micro and Nano Technologies“ (from left to right): Volker Pape (VISCOM AG), Dr. Stefan Rinck (Singulus Technologies AG), Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schmutz (ACI AG), Dr. Reinhard Degen (Micromotion GmbH), Rainer Kurtz (Kurtz Ersa), Dr. Thomas Weisener (HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH), Thilo Brodtmann (VDMA General Management Board), Hans-Ulrich Kurt (Güdel AG), Dr. Joachim Heck (Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik BTS GmbH); Picture: VDMA

Within the framework of the restructuring of the VDMA professional associations Micro Technology und Productronic, the members resolved the fusion of the two professional associations to a new association “Electronics, Micro and Nano Technologies” at the inaugural meeting on 30 September, 2014 in Frankfurt.

 

Rainer Kurtz, CEO of Kurtz Ersa, was appointed Chairman. Dr. Thomas Weisener, Managing Director of HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH (Schwerin) was elected Deputy Chairman. “In addition to the existing activities, we intend developing and deepening additional synergies in the form of interdisciplinary topics, in order to offer members in the electronics and semi-conductor sectors, as well as microproduction and microcomponents, platforms which are customer and application oriented,” is how Rainer Kurtz described the main focus of future association activities.

 
 

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