Printed & Flexible Electronics
Poster/Paper Abstracts due: March 8
Challenges and Opportunities for Carbon Semiconductors-based Flexible ElectronicsYuHuang Wang
Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Maryland
Electroactive Fluoropolymers for Printed ElectronicsLarry Judovits
Principal Scientist, Arkema
Digital Inkjet Printing of Electronic CircuityDaniel Slep
Chief Technology Officer, ChemCubed
Low Cost Highly Conductive Printed Electronics Via Jetting of Molten Metal DropletsDenis Cormier
Professor, Director of the Functional Printing Center, Rochester Institute of Technology
Organics, Printed, and Flexible Electronics technologies will have a far reaching impact in a number of areas including flat-panel displays, OLEDs, sensors, batteries, biomedical devices, and distributed macroelectronic systems and architectures. Printed smart devices incorporating organic and printed circuits, sensors and energy sources will enable new approaches in logistics and consumer packaging. New flexible displays with exceptionally low energy consumption will be used anywhere and anytime.
The synergy between materials, device and manufacturing technologies will be the primary driver in pushing printed and flexible large-area electronics and optoelectronics into large-scale applications and will revolutionize the manufacturing process for electronic devices.
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Topics & Application Areas
- Organic Electronic Materials & Devices
- Flexible Electronics Materials & Manufacturing
- Printed Electronics Innovation & Applications
- Flexible & Printed Sensors, Solar Cells, Battery, & Medical Devices
- Novel Printing Technologies
- Printed Electronics Packaging