| Delegates can now download individual presentations & audio records by clicking the icons below (subject to speakers' permission).
All-in-one files (zipped) containing all presentations & audio files are available here.
Delegates who had purchased audio records can request a CD by post (containing all presentations & audio files) free of charge. Please email Chris Clare at email@example.com with your postal address.
Day One: Dec 7th
Markets, Logic &
Memory, Sensors, Sound and Power
07:30 Registration, Ballroom foyer
Potential Users and Applications
IDTechEx, UK: Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman
& Organic Electronics: Forecasts, Players & Opportunities"
- Printed and organic electronics forecasts for
2005 to 2025
- Breakdown by displays, logic and memory, power,
sensors and conductors
- The value chain and routes to market
- Progress of players
T-ink, USA: Andrew Ferber, Co-Chairman
Electronics and the Challenges of Commercialization"
- Designing the product
- Integration into manufacturing system
- Explaining the product in the marketplace
MeadWestvaco, USA Thomas Grinnan, VP Healthcare
Consumer Interaction in the Medical and Consumer Markets"
- Capabilities of smart packaging
- Market need based solutions
- Factors to consider in development
- Our use of Printed Electronics: Interactive
DVD sleeves and medical packaging
Cypak, Sweden Stina Ehrensvard, Marketing Director
Electronics in Use in the Medical and Security Sectors "
Combining RFID with microprocessors, clock and sensors to add
functionality and value
Recent case studies in medical and security industry
Low cost printable antennas and new conductive glue for attaching
electronics onto paper
10:30 Networking break
Panipol, Finland Dr Juha Hartikainen, R&D
“Printed Electronics case studies: the technology in action today”
- Fully Printed
Interactive Games and RFID Tags Today
advances with Panipol polyaniline materials
inks and coating materials
and Printed Inorganic Semiconductors
Acreo, Sweden Staffan Nordlinder
reel production of polymer electronics"
Hewlett Packard, USA Dr Thomas Lindner, R&D
- HP's Technology beyond Ink on Paper"
- Introduction of HP ' s Thermal Ink Jet Capability
- Path to Printed Devices and Novel Applications
ORFID, USA Dr David Margolese, VP Technology Development
- A novel architecture leads to a high current
low voltage transistor suitable for OLED displays
- The same architecture leads to the possibility
of simply patterned arrays
13:00 Networking lunch
Thin Film Electronics, Sweden Rolf Åberg,
- From silicon to paper
- Non volatile, random access polymer memory
- Markets & applications
The University of Illinois, USA : Professor John
Rogers, Founder Professor of Engineering
Forms of Single Crystal Inorganic Semiconductors for High Performance
semiconductors in the form of micro/nanoscale wires, ribbons,
platelets, etc. can be generated from bulk wafers
lithographic printing techniques allow these elements to be
patterned onto low cost plastic substrates
performance transistors and circuits can be fabricated with
Plextronics, USA Dr Troy Hammond, VP Products
a Versatile Platform Technology to Improve Performance in Organic
- Examining the opportunities for printed electronics
created by advancements in materials technology
- Analyzing the impact of these advancements
on applications such as OLED displays and printed organic electronics
BASF Future Business, Germany Dr. Peter Eckerle,
Project Leader Printed Electronics
fully printed, low cost, mass-producible ring oscillator"
- Our mass printable ring oscillator
- The issues that we encountered on our way
- Our next steps to get to marketable products
16:00 Networking break
sound and photovoltaics
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA : Bernard
Kippelen, Professor Microelectronics/Microsystems, and Optics
Organic Photovoltaic Devices: Progress and Challenges"
progress in organic photovoltaic cells
associated with improving efficiency
of highly ordered films with controlled structure and large
exciton diffusion lengths, as well as multi-junction architectures
application to RFID tags and sensor networks
Nanosolar, USA : Dr James Sheats, CTO
- Market opportunity and requirements
- The value proposition for printed PV
- Technological challenges for roll-to-roll PV
NXT, UK : Geoff Boyd, Managing Director
Sound Delivers Interactive High Information Content to Printed
to NXT Distributed Mode Loudspeaker (DML) Technology
thin form factor (DM) loudspeakers deliver Interactive High
Information Content using Audio
to promotion, smart packaging, and disposable product
Thin Battery Technologies, USA : Leonard Allison,
Flexible Batteries Add Value to Printed Electronics"
|Optional Meet the Experts Gala Dinner
19:30 Court of Palms, Ritz
Carlton golf resort
Day Two: Dec 8th
Manufacture Techniques, Materials
VTT, Finland Riikka Suhonen, Research Scientist
manufacturing technologies of OLEDs for signage and lighting"
- OLED fabrication on flexible and rigid substrate
- R2R manufacturing technologies
- Arbitrary size and shape displays for signage
- Large-area OLEDs for lighting
3M, USA Dr Tommie Wilson Kelley, Display &
Graphics Business Laboratory
Area, Low(er) Resolution, Flexible Displays"
- Flexible display technology: challenges and
- Defining the device: active vs passive matrix
and other details
- The road to robust devices - how do we get
there from here?
Sharp, Japan/USA: Dr Tolis Voutsas, Senior Manager,
- Requirements and technologies for Thin-Film-Transistor
fabrication on flexible substrates
- Choice of substrate and trade-offs
- Is there a killer app for a flexible display
- what might be an entry point?
Gyricon, USA: Robert Sprague, VP and CTO
of Distributed Digital Signage With Electronic Paper"
- Gyricon is commercializing a networked solution
of battery operated electronic paper displays with wireless
connection to a central computer.
- The signs are managed by scheduling software
which has a user friendly interface and links to a number of
well known room management software applications..
- Applications include messaging signs for conference
and hospitality room management, retail pricing signage, and
outdoor messaging and marquee applications.
- The advance of printed electronics will have
a major impact on the cost, form factor, and functionality of
signs using this technology.
- This talk will describe the technology, describe
current products in the marketplace and a roadmap for products
planned in the future, and describe some of the technology advances
which will move this field forward.
11:00 Networking break
Aveso, USA: Stephen F. Quindlen, CEO
Printed Electrochromatic Displays"
volume smart card and label opportunities for printed electrochromatic
and integration of electronic display inlays using high-speed
introduction of display-enabled cards and labels
12:00 Parelec, USA Geva Barash, CEO
Electronics is Diversified"
electronics is diversified
are the main applications?
do people print with conductive inks?
is the future for Printing in the Electronics market?
MAN Roland, Germany Dr. Reinhard R. Baumann,
Special Print Media Projects
Impact of Printed Electronics on the Printing Industry"
Color Separations to Functionality Separations
Products with Extended Functionalities
for Appropriate Modular Printing Systems
13:00 Networking Lunch
Dimatix, USA: Dr Linda T. Creagh, Business Development
for Ink Jetting Electronics"
- Electronics Manufacturing Achievements with
- Remaining Challenges
- Digital Electronics Printing the New Way
- Future Directions
Microdrop Technologies, Germany Willhelm Meyer,
Printing and Material Deposition of Conductive Inks by Inkjet
on particle loaded liquids
of conductive tracks and other structures
- New developments
- printable isotropic conductive adhesives
IT Strategies, USA Mark Hanley, President
away are Production InkJet Systems?"
The argument for InkJet rather than analog
print technology - and as soon as possible
A realistic review of the true fit of current
Inkjet technologies to Printed Electronics specifications
The strategic positioning of InkJet head
vendors for Printed Electronics
Economics of Industrial InkJet Development.
What ten years of experience tells us about what works, what
doesn't and who will be able to take the lead in Printed Electronics
What will InkJet achieve in printed Electronics
in the next 5 years?
15:30 NANOIDENT Technologies AG, Germany: Klaus
G. Schroeter, CEO
- Introduction to NANOIDENT's photonic sensor platform
- Advantages of organic sensors vs. silicon sensors
- Production of organic photodetectors
- Markets and applications
Cabot, USA: Chuck Edwards, General Manager
of IJ Printed Conductors to Conventional Processes"
is considerable interest in the use of low temperature nano-particle
inks for printing of electronic features for applications such
as RFID and displays. In this presentation we will compare the
performance of these IJ printed inks to convention processes such
as etched copper and screen printed silver.
Columbia University, USA : Prof Stan Kachnowski
17:00 Conference End