Coventor and MANCEF to Offer Four MEMS Design Scholarships at COMS 2010

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Coventor and MANCEF are pleased to announce a chance for students to win one of four 1-year licenses of Coventor's CoventorWare Designer/ Analyzer package.


MEMS software provider, Coventor Inc., along with the Micro and Nanotechnology Commercialization Education Foundation (MANCEF), will award four 1 year licenses of Coventor's CoventorWare Designer/ Analyzer package to students during the COMS 2010 conference. The scholarships are granted based on proposals submitted by students working in micro systems research around the world.

To qualify for a scholarship, you must be a full-time student at a college, university, or vocational-technical institute and have a desire to research and develop novel micro system technology structures or processes. In addition, the faculty professor mentoring you must be a current MANCEF member. Membership forms are available at

Winners are selected based on the quality of the proposal and must comply with Coventor's high-quality standards in the use of its products.

MANCEF and Coventor panelists will choose the scholarship winners based on research proposal papers submitted in the following four categories:

  •     Bio MEMS
  •     RF MEMS
  •     Sensors/Actuators
  •     Other Novel Designs.

Proposal submission guidelines are available at Send your proposal via email to the MANCEF Education Committee, care of Robert Giasolli, Submission deadline: July 30, 2010.

About Coventor:

Coventor, Inc. Headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, provides a comprehensive suite of software development tools targeting micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), microfluidics and semiconductor process applications.

CoventorWare is an industry standard platform adopted by most of the leading MEMS and microfluidics manufacturers around the globe, and by an extensive network of university partners.

Coventor is a privately held company with offices in Cambridge, MA and San Mateo, CA. European headquarters is in Paris, France. Coventor also serves Asia Pacific through regional distributors. More information is available at


MANCEF connects the global community engaged in the commercialization of emerging technologies.

MANCEF is the world's only non-profit volunteer education foundation globally reaching the people, organizations and governments interested in commercializing small technologies. Visit us on line at

MANCEF sponsors events and projects that educate and facilitate the transition of small technologies from laboratory to market.


  •     Member oriented workshops, conferences and seminars
  •     Annual COMS conference bringing together leaders in the MNT community
  •     Participation in leading market & industry studies
  •     Producing Roadmaps to provide direction to firms commercializing small technologies


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