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Wednesday, 02 Apr 2014


Printed Electronics

 Breakthroughs in Conductive Ink and Synthesis
Nano-Ag Conductors for OLEDs and other Printed Electronics Applications
Dr Dave Hui, Development Scientist
United Kingdom
09:25Colloidal Ink Co Ltd
Annealing Free, Ambient Conductive Metal Nanoink
Dr Masayuki Kanehara, President
Colloidal Ink Co Ltd
09:50DOWA HD Europe GmbH
Noble Metal Materials for Future Printed Electronics
Dr Yutaka Hisaeda, Project Manager/Product Development
DOWA HD Europe GmbH
10:15Fraunhofer IKTS
Synthesis of Nano Metal Particles and their Application in Inks for Low Temperature Sintering
Ms Sindy Mosch, Ceramic Energy Converters
Fraunhofer IKTS
11:15Intrinsiq Materials Ltd
Low Cost Copper Ink Technology from Intrinsiq Materials - Latest Developments
Dr Richard Dixon, CTO
Intrinsiq Materials Ltd
United Kingdom
11:40Archipelago Technology Group
Archipelago: Delivering High Precision Nanostructured Materials at Scale
Mr Pavel Abdulkin, Technical Lead
Archipelago Technology Group
United Kingdom
 Printing / Manufacturing & Quality Testing
Applications of Photonic Curing, and Enabled Materials
Mr Stan Farnsworth, Vice President - Marketing
United States
12:30Holst Centre/TNO
Stepwise Process Optimisation for Printed Electronics Manufacturing from Small Scale Sheet-to-Sheet to Pre-Industrial Roll-to-Roll Production
Eric Rubingh,
Holst Centre/TNO
14:05Yamagata University
New Solid-Printing innovation for Ideal Printed-Electronics application
Prof Takashi Ueno, Guest Professor
Yamagata University
Functional Inkjet Printing from Research to Production
Mr Wouter Brok, Research Manager
Novel Roll-to-Roll Equipment for R&D and Pilot/Series Production of Flexible Electronics
Dr Sorin Stan, Program Manager Technology & Business Development
15:20Bosch Rexroth
Non-contact motion in vacuum for OLED deposition processes
Mr Andreas Gryglewski, Automotion&Motion, Business Developement Solar
Bosch Rexroth
 New Applications of Printed Electronics
15:45Dept of Engineering & Architecture University of Trieste
Direct Ionizing Radiations Detectors based on Organic Semiconducting Single Crystals
Dr Alessandro Fraleoni Morgera, Research Associate
Dept of Engineering & Architecture University of Trieste
16:40Centre Technique du Papier
Wall-Paper Electromagnetic Wave Filter: A New Niche Market for Printed Electronics
Mr Guy Petot-Toutollet, Director
Centre Technique du Papier
 Advancements in the Photovoltaic Industry
17:05Leybold Optics
Advanced Vacuum Deposition of Contact Layers on Flexible Substrates
Mr Peter Sauer, Head of R&D Web & 3D Coating
Leybold Optics
17:30Applied Materials Italia Srl
Advances in c-Si Cells Metallization Technology
Mr Marco Galiazzo, CTO/R&D Manager
Applied Materials Italia Srl
17:55Day 2 Ends

Wednesday April 02, 2014

Breakthroughs in Conductive Ink and Synthesis (09:00 - 12:05)

09:00 - 09:25 "Nano-Ag Conductors for OLEDs and other Printed Electronics Applications"
• Low sintering temperature advanced conductor
• Ultra smooth surface conductive track for multi-layer structure
• Ultra conductive and advanced adhesion technology
• High speed printing and curing process
09:25 - 09:50 "Annealing Free, Ambient Conductive Metal Nanoink"
1, Colloidal Ink Co., Ltd. provides the Ambient Conductive, annealing free Au and Ag nanoink.
2, Ambient Conductive Metal Nanoink solve the problems of conventional nanoink, such as annealing, ink stability, adhesion and price.
3, the resistivities of ambient conductive Au and Ag nanoinks are 9 and
30 micro-ohmcm, respectively.
09:50 - 10:15 "Noble Metal Materials for Future Printed Electronics"
(1) What DOWA provides?
(2) Competencies of DOWA
(3) DOWA's Future Work with You
10:15 - 10:40 "Synthesis of Nano Metal Particles and their Application in Inks for Low Temperature Sintering"
synthesis of Ag/Au/Pt/ Cu nano particles and the influence of the synthesis parameters on the particle size and particle size distribution
  • preparation of inks for direct writing technologies and the influence of the used surfactants on the sintering temperature and properties of the inks
  • direct writing of the prepared metal inks on different substrate materials and the properties of the sintered ink: conductivity, printed structural dimensions, adhesion to the substrate,
  • examples: heater, chip contacts, conductive paths
10:40 Break
11:15 - 11:40 "Low Cost Copper Ink Technology from Intrinsiq Materials - Latest Developments"
  • It is 3 years since Intrinsiq Materials launched it's novel nanocopper-based inkjet and screen print inks onto the market - these light pulse sintered materials promise to revolutionise the emerging printed electronics market due to their low cost, rapid processing and compatibility with low temperature and flexible substrates.
  • Since launch, well over 100 clients have evaluated the inks in a wide range of applications and many are involved incollaboration with Intrinsiq to integrate this technology into their next generation devices.
  • This presentation describes some of the latest developments and applications of Intrinsiq's copper ink technology, including fine line printing, printing copper seed layers for subsequent copper plating, the Intrinsiq LAPS-60™ laser sintering systems for prototyping and volume production and the potential cost savings to be made in the manufacture of components as diverse as RFID antenna and automotive sensors.
11:40 - 12:05 "Archipelago: Delivering High Precision Nanostructured Materials at Scale"
• Nanostructured materials have a range of unique and powerful properties. These properties are critically dependant on particle size, morphology and architecture.
• Scale-up of currently employed synthetic methodologies normally leads to a loss in preci-sion of the nanostructures that results insignificantly compromised performance of the ma-terial
• Archipelago Technology Group is announcing its approach to scale-up nanoparticle synthe-sis with full retention of product quality
• Archipelago will be making these precision functional materials available later this year