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MEDIA RELEASE PR41681


WAVE Conference and Exhibition 2011 Taking Products to Market incorporating Micro &

Nano Technology


EDMONTON, Oct. 12 /CNW-AsiaNet/ --


    Alberta Centre for Advanced Micro Nano Technology Products (ACAMP) hosts Wave2011

at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise



    Products incoporating micro and nano technology, play a powerful role in reducing

cost and integrating new functionality for the world market. On Oct 2nd 2011, a three

day global gathering of stakeholders bent on taking state of the art products

incorporating MNT (Micro & Nano Technology) to market will be converge on Lake Louise.


    This is business to business event, the WAVE2011 conference and exhibition theme

is bringing products to market incorporating MNT. Over 125 exhibitors will demonstrate

and present new technologies to an international audience.


    "This three day event brings together the stakeholders involved in the value chain

from materials supply through end product, including distributors and sales

representatives, manufacturers, materials producers, equipment suppliers and

investors." explained Ken Brizel, CEO of ACAMP, "The event will focus on five primary

market area's Cleantech, Health & Medical, Agriculture & Forestry, Conventional

Energy, Consumer & Commercial, with a global perspective."


    The venue is the beautiful Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise set in the magnificent

Canadian Rocky Mountains providing a spectacular backdrop for this event.



    Following Prime Minister Stephen Harper's funding announcement at ACAMP on Oct

8th, 2010, ACAMP announced the launch of WAVE2011 international conference and

exhibition on Oct 2nd through Oct 5th 2011.


    "As well as being North America's leading energy producer, Alberta is also

becoming known for innovative, technology-driven products in a wide variety of

markets," said Ken Brizel, CEO of ACAMP. "The WAVE conference and exhibition will

enable international industry professionals to network on taking products to market."



    ACAMP is a not for profit organization that provides specialized technical and

business services. ACAMP clients have access to world-class equipment, facilities,

expertise and a network of organizations to support the development and manufacturing

of micro and nanotechnology based systems and advanced materials for applications

worldwide. ACAMP helps companies bridge the gap between first prototype and profitable

product sales. ACAMP's funding comes from Western Economic Diversification Canada,

Alberta Advanced Education & Technology and Industry.





    SOURCE:  ACAMP


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             Tel: 780-468-2443, 

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             Ken Brizel, 

             CEO, 

             Alberta Centre for Advanced Micro Nano Technology Products




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