The 5th International Contest of Applications in Nano/Micro Technologies (iCAN'14 Sendai)-Silicon memorial plates fabricated by MEMS technology and Tamamushi-lacquer was awarded to the teams-
Projects utilizing nano-micro device, such as MEMS micro sensors have been successfully demonstrated by 23 student teams from 10 countries or regions at the iCAN'14 in Tohoku University from July 19 to 21, 2014. TU Darmstadt from Germany and Fukushima prefectural Koriyama-kita technical high school from Japan have awarded 1st prizes. To memorize this successful contest, silicon memorial plates fabricated by silicon precise deep etching technology at the university and coated with Tamamushi-lacquer at Tohoku Kogei co., Ltd have been awarded to all teams. This collaboration between MEMS technology and Tamamushi-lacquer has achieved fine contrast of the pictures and text by only one color of lacquer.
iCAN'14 office at Tohoku University