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Dec 5-6, 2006

Ritz Carlton Hotel, Phoenix

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H.C. Starck is an international group of companies with more than 3,400 employees at 14 production sites in Europe, North America and the Far East. The company is a leading supplier of specialty chemicals and products formulated for the electronics industry. The company also produces a unique assortment of refractory metal powders, including tungsten, molybdenum and tantalum as well as their compounds. H.C. Starck experts provide answers and solutions to challenges and problems in areas ranging from construction to alloying, especially for customized components. As a further service H.C. Starck offers the extrusion of molybdenum and TZM.
NANOIDENT is the leading nanotechnology company in the area of organic semiconductor based photonic sensors. We develop and produce a new class of opto-electronic sensors with outstanding technical characteristics and properties for market segments with high growth potential, such as security and life science.
NovaCentrix , a nanotechnology products company, creates and commercializes unique solutions with focus on three business segments: printable electronics, life sciences and energetics. NovaCentrix’s customers fall into three distinct categories: companies and organizations that utilize conductive inks and curing systems, energetic formulations, anti-viral and anti-bacterial applications. Printable electronics customers include flexible displays, RFID tags, flexible lighting, printable circuits, and solar film application companies. Their life sciences products provide solutions for medical and performance textiles, water filtration companies, general coatings applications, as well as those who require broad antimicrobial / antiviral additives. NovaCentrix’s energetic products address the needs of defense agencies and contractors and commercial explosive makers.
Parelec is a world leader in the design and manufacture of flexible, Printed Segmented Electroluminescent (pSEL™) Intuitive Touch displays, Backlites, Animated Backlites and specialised driver electronics, for the worldwide home appliance, consumer electronics and industrial displays markets. The company has offices in Europe, America and the Far East. .
Pelikon is the world leader in the manufacture of printed, segmented electroluminescent (pSEL™) InterfaceDisplays™ and the associated driver and control electronics for the worldwide home appliance, consumer electronic and industrial displays market. The company has recently opened offices in America and the Far East.
The UK Displays and Lighting network was launched in April 2006 as part of the DTI - “Knowledge Transfer Networks’ programme. UKDL is a vibrant central hub of activity for the displays and lighting community. Designed to stimulate innovation in the key technology sectors by promoting collaboration, best practice and knowledge sharing between industry and academia. By encouraging partnerships and teamwork, UKDL aims to support science base through to end-users. Positioning the UK as the innovation engine for Europe. UKDL supports and strengthens the UK Displays and Lighting Sector through tutorials, workshops and seminars with training and education embracing all levels of industry, commerce and academia. We encourage commercial and industrial collaborations between members that result in creation of wealth for UK plc through the profitable activities of members. 


American Dye Source, Inc. was formed in 1995 to engage in development and manufacturing of laser dyes, near infrared absorption dyes, polymeric dyes, conjugated polymers, light emitting polymers, hole transport materials and laser imaging materials.
Coding Products  Coding Products, a division of ITW, is a manufacturer of thermal transfer printer ribbons, hot stamp foils and hot ink rolls that are used in a broad range of applications. Located in northern Michigan, Coding Products has been a supplier to the printing industry since 1977 and is primarily focused on meeting marking/decorating needs with specialized requirements (e.g. high durability, color matching, sterilization, etc.). Coding Products participates in a variety of key markets including medical devices, card personalization, outdoor signage and pipe/cable markings. The core technologies of Coding Products are new formulation development, milling, ink mixing, coating and custom slitting. Coding Products and Printexs have collaborated to develop a ribbon suitable for use in thermal transfer printers capable of digitally printing conductive traces and images. The prints produced by this ribbon exhibit excellent conductive properties. While our early interests in this new technology were focused on the fabrication of electroluminescent signage for Coding Products’ core signage market, we have come to recognize that the ribbon developed has the potential to meet the needs of many applications in both consumer and industrial applications..
FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, is the world's premier provider of piezoelectric ink jet printheads and fluid dispensing micropumps. Our products are designed to accurately dispense a wide range of fluid types in micro-amounts for demanding imaging and fabricating applications. With more than 20 years advancing the performance of drop-on-demand dispensing devices and applications, FUJIFILM Dimatix is the only developer and manufacturer in this industry with the technology, know-how, and creativity to lead the industry into the future.

Ferro is a leading producer of performance materials sold to a broad range of manufacturers. Ferro's electronic materials business develops, manufactures and markets high-purity powders, pastes, and tapes for many electronic applications.


IDTechEx is a knowledge-based consultancy company providing research and analysis on RFID, printed and organic electronics and smart packaging. We give independent marketing, technical and business advice and services on these subjects in three forms - consulting, publications and conferences.
Motorola is a Fortune 100 global communications leader that provides seamless mobility products and solutions across broadband, embedded systems and wireless networks. Seamless mobility means you can reach the people, things and information you need in your home, auto, workplace and all spaces in between. Seamless mobility harnesses the power of technology convergence and enables smarter, faster, cost-effective and flexible communication. Motorola had sales of US $31.3 billion in 2004.
NanoDynamics is a fully integrated technology and manufacturing company utilizing nanoscale engineering and materials to address some of the world's biggest challenges. The company's wholly-owned subsidiaries and business units, including NDInnovations, NDMaterials, NDEnergy, NDProducts, MetaMateria Partners, NDFusion and NDLife Sciences, provide nano-enabled solutions in the fields of energy, automotive, water processing, life sciences, electronics, advanced materials and consumer products. Headquartered in Buffalo, New York, NanoDynamics is delivering the power of nanotechnology to the global marketplace.
NanoMas Technologies, Inc. (NMTI)  specializes in nanotechnology R&D and nanomaterials engineering and commercialization. Founded by a group of seasoned researchers and scientists in nanotechnologies, NanoMas is devoted to bringing breakthroughs in nanotechnology to the real world applications, and realizing values of nanotechnology innovations. NanoMas’ proprietary technologies have integrated the art of precision nano-scale engineering with mass production of nano-scaled functional materials, enabling the highest performance of conductive and semi-conductive nanoparticle inks for the emerging Printed Electronics industry.
PolyIC is a leading developer of polymer electronics technology and a future provider of printed electronic products and components. PolyIC will provide products for high volume low cost applications based on organic semiconductors.


Printexs  Located in Mesa, Arizona, Printexs has established itself as a leader in customer functional printing. Their specialty is printing, painting, EMI, RFI and conductive coatings. Printexs employs a broad range of high performance functional coatings which include EMI/RFI coatings (nickel, copper, silver, etc.), epoxy, polyurethane, acrylic and enamel coatings. The core strength of Printexs is the expertise of its technicians in their particular area of coating or printing. In addition to the above coatings, Printexs offers customized silkscreening, photo etching, CNC routing, thermal printing and inkjet printing. 
Rieke Metals employs unique chemical technology for the production of highly reactive metals. These metals allow us to prepare a wide range of novel organometallic reagents. Use of these organometallic reagents, together with the right catalyst, allows Rieke Metals to prepare a broad spectrum of polymers including 3-Alkyl Polythiophenes. Additionally, this technology allows us to prepare a large number of functionalized 3-Alkyl Ploythiophenes which display a wide range of electrical properties. Polymers can be built to fit specific needs.

Soligie is the leading company to utilize printing techniques to manufacture products with integrated, printed electronics in a thin, flexible form-factor. Soligie's proprietary techniques enable the development of reliable, custom solutions using a full range of functional inks and specialized substrates. Soligie is now in production with products that utilize nano-particle and conventional inks. Soligie is also investing in the development of processes for printed thin-film transistors that can be used in products such as smart labels and chipless RFID tags. If you need a manufacturing partner to get your "printed electronics" product to market - let Soligie "Deliver your Vision(tm)"
Thin Film Electronics is providing non-volatile printed memories. By using the physical, chemical and electrical properties of advanced polymers TFE can add new functionality to printed products. Thin Film Electronics technology can be used in many different applications, ranging from high security anti-counterfeit application to children's toys. In fact, TFE's unique polymer memory technology can be used in any printed electronics application were a non volatile random access memory is desired, e.g., to store information on a package that can later be displayed to the customer


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The third annual Printed Electronics USA event - covering the progression to the next stage - commercializing the technology. Now Includes tours to the Flexible Displays Center at ASU!