Speakers from the world's largest organisations will share their needs & experiences with many world first announcements. Learn of the requirements and case studies from end users and hear all about the latest innovations from companies across the value chain. In total, hear insights from 250 speakers.
XTPL presents a comprehensive approach to print nanometric conductive lines at unprecedented flexibility, accuracy, and low cost. Both the fundamental process of a guided assembly of nanoparticles and its implementation in the XTPL Submicron Lab Printer will be discussed. We will also demonstrate a number of potential applications of the XTPL technology.
Speaker Biography (Filip Granek)
For nearly 10 years, he worked for the most prestigious international hi-tech research facilities and businesses such as Fraunhofer ISE (Germany), ECN (the Netherlands), ANU (Australia), Kingstone Semiconductor Company Ltd. (China). He supervised research in close collaboration with the largest enterprises from the photovoltaic sector in Europe, Asia and the U.S. He received numerous awards and grants, e.g. the Burgen scholarship (Akademia Europea) and the grant of the Foundation for Polish Science. He is a member of the renowned Young Academy of Europe and he was awarded the Ministry of Science and Higher Education grant for eminent young scientists, the German DAAD's grant, the prestigious LIDER research grant from the National Centre for Research and Development, and he was included among top European innovators ("New Europe 100 Challengers"). He authored 70 academic publications and submitted 30 international patent applications and patents.
Company Profile (XTPL)
XTPL S.A. is a company developing on a global scale an innovative technology, protected by international patent application, enabling ultra-precise printing of nanomaterials. Pioneering printing system designed by XTPL makes it possible to precisely apply to the printing surface (most non-conductive substrate, even flexible or not flat) a special ink formulated for this purpose in the company's laboratories. Under the influence of an external electric field nanoparticles in the ink create conductive lines according to the specified parameters. As such, the thickness of the individual lines (even below 100nm), their length and the distance between them all vary depending on a specific application. XTPL's solution has all the features of so-called disruptive technology and will soon revolutionise sectors such as: printed electronics, touch screens, wearable electronics, smart packaging, biosensors, medical devices, automotive, anti-counterfeiting & open defect repair especially for solar cells, displays TFT/LCD/OLED, integrated circuits (IC), printed circuit boards (PCB), multichip modules (MCM) and photolithographic masks. The company is currently focusing on the fast paced commercialization of its unique solution & invites key players from above mentioned sectors to discuss possibilities for dedicated technology development based on JDA or JV agreements.