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Coventor and MANCEF Offer MEMS Design
Scholarship at COMS2004

Winner to Receive 1-Year CoventorWare(TM) MEMS
Design Software License and Publication of Research

CARY, NC and ALBUQUERQUE, NM -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 05/05/2004 -- Coventor, the leading supplier of MEMS design software tools, and the Micro and Nanotechnology Commercialization Education Foundation (MANCEF) have partnered to offer MEMS design research scholarships to current graduate students. Four 1-year CoventorWare software licenses will be awarded at the COMS2004 conference held in Alberta, Canada, August 29-September 2, 2004, to enable research in MEMS development.

Students may apply for the scholarship in four categories: Bio MEMS, RF MEMS, Sensors/Actuators and Other Novel Designs. Winners will receive a full year's license of Coventor's Designer™ and Analyzer™ CoventorWare software package to further MEMS design projects. Winners will submit a summary of their work to MANCEF's Education committee for possible publication at the completion of their scholarship year.

MANCEF and Coventor panelists will choose the scholarship winners based on research proposal papers submitted in the four main categories. Applicants must be full-time college, university or vocational/technical institute students. In addition, mentoring professors of applying students must be current MANCEF members (membership applications are available at www.mancef.org.) Proposals must be one to two pages long, summarizing intended applications, qualifications, research proposal, school and contact information. Students may access MANCEF's proposal outline sheet at http://www.mancef.org/coventor.htm and apply by sending proposals electronically to the Chair of the Education Committee, Robert Giasolli at rgiasolli@mancef.org. Proposals will be accepted until July 30, 2004.

About Coventor
Coventor, Inc., headquartered in Cary, NC, 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 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 http://www.coventor.com.

The Micro and Nanotechnology Commercialization Education Foundation (MANCEF) is the world's only not-for-profit, volunteer education foundation globally reaching the people, organizations, and governments interested in commercializing miniaturization technologies. We provide networking opportunities, industry/government partnerships, commercialization workshops/conferences/proceedings, industry roadmaps, and student scholarships at regional, national, and international levels. MANCEF also sponsors events and projects, which educate workforces, companies, and entrepreneurs to succeed in the market conditions present for micro-nano technologies. Visit our website (www.mancef.org) to find out how our global membership could be linked to your commercialization and/or educational success with Micro-Nano technologies.

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