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Fast2Light

Workshop on Underpinning R2R Technology to Enable Manufacture Using Functional Materials Deposited in Thin Film Form

 
The overall objective of Fast2Light (www.Fast2Light.org) is to develop novel, cost-effective, high-throughput, roll-to-roll, large area deposition processes for fabricating light-emitting -OLED foils for intelligent lighting applications.

The work within the project has generated R2R technology that has generic applicability in the fabrication of a wide range of devices that may utilise functional materials deposited in thin film form. The purpose of this workshop is to raise awareness of this technology.

    The topics that will be covered within the workshop include

  • R2R processing on foil for flexibility and low costs
  • Flexible, transparent Barrier layers having low air and vapour permeability
  • Achieving in plane conductivity
  • Coating technology for functional materials
  • Laser machining requirements functional devices
  • Process modelling for thermodynamic and optical prediction
  • Environmental impact for manufacture and recyclability


Further details about the workshop are available at: http://www.swan.ac.uk/printing/F2L/Dresden

Polynet Industrial Workshop No. 3

 
When   Monday April 12th from 2.00pm to 5.00pm
Where   Maritim Congress Center in Dresden, Germany
Contact Name  
Markku Känsäkoski / Leader of the PolyNet WP3 (Service Platform)
Contact Email   markku.kansakoski@vtt.fi
 
During the past years, organic and large-area electronics (OLAE) has become a disruptive technology that will enable next-generation products within areas such as information technology, energy, healthcare, entertainment, sports&fitness, smart fabrics, packaging, and advertising industry solutions. Intelligent packages, low cost RFID (radiofrequency identification) transponders, rollable displays, flexible solar cells, lighting, disposable diagnostic devices, interactive games, and printed batteries are just a few examples of promising fields of applications (see attachment for further information). OLAE materials have unique properties allowing thin, light-weight, flexible, conformable and environmentally friendly products with new form factors and novel applications. It also enables a wide range of electrical components that can be produced in high volumes (e.g., by printing) and can be directly integrated into products used in every day life.

As part of European Network of Excellence in Organic and Large Area Electronics (OLAE) "PolyNet" commitment to providing state of the art research services and transferring scientific results to innovations we will organise an Industrial Workshop. This WS is geared towards leading companies in the area and will allow PolyNet to better understand and respond to your needs around development and commercialisation of Organic and Large Area Electronic's products. We'd like to thank you in advance for showing interest in PolyNet and hope to receive your valuable input during this WS.

Costs & Registration The Workshop is free of charge; the number of participants is limited.

For further information please visit http://cpi.vtt.fi

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