Ynvisible Interactive Inc appoints industry leaders to Advisory Board
Ynvisible Interactive Inc is pleased to announce the creation of an Advisory Board and the appointment of its first members: Dr. Michael Okoroafor, Dr. Harlan Byker, and Dr. Harri Kopola.
The group developed printed flexible battery based on zinc-carbon chemistry.
PolyIC attends research consortium on organic photovoltaics
PolyIC announces the start of the research project POPUP.
IDTechEx co-locates Printed Electronics, Energy Harvesting & Storage
IDTechEx is co-locating the Printed Electronics and Energy Harvesting and Storage, Wireless Sensor Networks in Europe in 2013.
Electronics on paper, plastic and textiles
The PEC4 cluster has been created to bring together the actors involved in printed electronics and promote research, development and specialised training.
OE-A elects new Board of Directors
The members of the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) elected a new Board of Directors at their annual General Assembly meeting.
Major investment in mass production of organic & printed electronics
Currently, massive investments are being made into production facilities for new products based on organic and printed electronics. Driving forces are organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) for lighting, flexible displays and organic photovoltaics.
Light up your world with organic and printed electronics
Organic and Printed Electronics Association
Printed Electronics USA
German scientists break record, draw high-tech investments
OE-A's 5th anniversary
With its 135 members all over the world, the OE-A has become a highly dynamic and constantly growing network of leading international companies and institutes in the past five years", said Wolfgang Mildner, Chairman of the OE-A and Managing Director, PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG, Germany, on the occasion of the 5th anniversary celebration of the OE-A - the industry association for organic and printed electronics - in late February at the Holst Centre in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. In December 2004, 35 members founded this working group within VDMA. "One of the founding principles of the OE-A five years ago was the goal to build an international industry association to jointly develop this future multi-billion Euro market", emphasized the Chairman of the OE-A. "Cooperation all along the value chain is essential in this phase; no company can achieve it alone."
Solarmer achieves 7.9% NREL certified plastic solar cell efficiency
Solarmer Energy, Inc. employees are in high spirits after receiving news of their latest NREL certified plastic solar panel efficiency of 7.9%. Several accomplishments of this magnitude have made 2009 a great year for Solarmer including achievements in manufacturing, plastic solar cell and module efficiency, and awards. This achievement also holds very special meaning to the founders of the company, dating back to before the company started.
PolyIC: high-resolution, conductive structures on transparent film
PolyIC presents highly conductive transparent, high-resolution structures on film
Polymer memory products manufactured in roll-to-roll printing process
POLYIC and THINFILM announce high-volume pilot production of roll-to-roll printed memories enabling next-generation interactive toys and games
Organic and printed electronics - Green Energy
Renewable energies play a decisive role in the energy concepts of the future. However, their potential will remain largely limited as long as the sun's energy can neither be stored nor utilized on a large scale. That is where organic materials offer revolutionary solutions. Current trends and the latest developments in this field will be on display at LOPE-C in Frankfurt, Germany from June 23-25, 2009.
OE-A Unveils New Roadmap and Demonstrators
The updated and expanded third edition of the OE-A Roadmap for organic and printed electronics offers an overview of future product generations as well as requirements for materials and technologies.
Organic and Printed Electronics - Excellent Packaging
Researchers at the Center for Printed Intelligence (CPI) of the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have developed an electronic spoilage sensor concept for poultry.
Opening of PETEC 17 March
The Printable Electronics Technology Centre (PETEC) is the UK's major new design, development, and prototyping centre for the commercialisation of printed electronics. With 180 present, the launch included keynote lectures from international experts in the field of printable electronics.