Process Management of Printing Electronic Features (Printed Electronics Europe 2015)

Prof Ulrich Moosheimer, Professor for Printing Technologies
Munich University of Applied Sciences
Germany
 
Apr 29, 2015.

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Presentation Summary

From the distance, printing of electronics looks like printing of graphics. But when you look closer, there are additional none visual issues, as new materials, electrical functionalities and quality control.
Students from "Print and Media Technologies" investigated these issues by producing a few thousand demonstrators. The impact of the process management on production risk, waste and quality will be discussed in detail as well as the consequences for graphical printer entering the field of printed electronics.

Speaker Biography (Ulrich Moosheimer)

Since 2008
Professor for Printing Technologies at the University of Applied Sciences Munich
2002 - 2008
Senior Product- and Process Manager at Group GmbH & Co. KG, OberschleiƟheim
1998 - 2002
Scientific Officer at Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging, Freising
1994 - 1997
Ph.D. Student „Plasma Pretreatment of Polymers" at
• the University of Regensburg and
• Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging, Freising
1988 - 1994
Student of Physics at the University of Regensburg
1991 - 1992
Exchange Student (DAAD Scholarship) at University of Colorado in Boulder, USA

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