Regional Network for Technology for Industrial Development in Southeast Asia and the Pacific
1994, by merger of 'Regional Network for Instrumentation and Process Control' and 'Regional Network for Microelectronics', as a network within Cooperative Program in Technological Research and Higher Education in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, following Conference on the Application of Science and Technology to Development in Asia (CASTASIA II), 22-23 Mar 1982, Manila (Philippines), under the name of Regional Network for Microelectronics in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Subsequently became Regional Network for Industrial Development in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Coordinated by UNESCO Office, Jakarta - Regional Bureau for Sciences in Asia and the Pacific. Sponsoring organizations: ROSTSEA; Association for Engineering Education in Southeast Asia and the Pacific (AEESEAP); Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP). Dormant since 1994, no further activity reported.Available with paid subscription only.
Systems and applications; VSLI design, microsensors; devices; fabrication.
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