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Agenda

Wednesday, 05 Dec 2012

Track 1

 Shared Keynotes (Printed Electronics and Graphene LIVE! USA 2012)
08:30IDTechEx
Printed Electronics 2012-2022: The Reality, Opportunity and Winners So Far
Mr Raghu Das, CEO
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
08:45University of Tokyo
Emerging Applications of Printed Skin-like Sensors and Organic Photovoltaics
Prof Takao Someya, Professor
University of Tokyo
Japan
09:10United Technologies Research Center
Opportunities for Printed Electronics in Integrated Buildings and Aerospace Systems
Dr Slade Culp
United Technologies Research Center
United States
09:35Walt Disney Corporation
The World that Feels and Responds: Toward The Next Generation of Physical Computing
Dr Ivan Poupyrev, Senior Research Scientist
Walt Disney Corporation
United States
10:00Office of Naval Research (ONR)
Graphene: Scaled Up and Down
Dr Chagaan Baatar,
Office of Naval Research (ONR)
United States
10:25Break
 Keynotes
11:05IDTechEx
Graphene: Analysis of Technology, Markets and Players
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
11:30Lockheed Martin
Opportunities and Challenges for Transitioning Graphene Materials in Aerospace Applications
Dr Steve Sinton, Principal Chemist
Lockheed Martin
United States
11:55Vorbeck Materials
Vorbeck's Graphene Inks : Enabling High-Volume Applications in Printed Electronics
Dr John S. Lettow, President
Vorbeck Materials
United States
12:20University of Manchester
Graphene Heterostructures: Tunnelling Transistors and Photodetection
Dr Branson Belle,
University of Manchester
United Kingdom
12:45LUNCH
 Touch Screen and ITO Replacement
14:25University of Exeter
GraphExeter
Dr Saverio Russo, School of Physics
University of Exeter
United Kingdom
14:50University of Cambridge
Graphene: from Solution Processing to Optoelectronic Applications
Prof Francesco Bonaccorso, Nanomaterials and Spectroscopy Group
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
15:15Graphene Square Inc.
Toward Roll-to-Roll Production of Graphene for Printed Electronics
Dr Byung Hee Hong, Founder
Graphene Square Inc.
Korea
15:40Graphenea
High Quality Graphene Films
Dr Amaia Zurutuza, Scientific Director
Graphenea
Spain
16:05Break
16:45Graphene Frontiers
Graphene Frontiers: Large Scale Graphene Thin Film Synthesis Technology, Applications and Markets
Michael Patterson, CEO
Graphene Frontiers
United States
 New Manufacturing and Equipment
17:10Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating
Printing of Graphene Dispersions - From Batch to Roll to Roll
Mr Neil Graddage, Swansea University
Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating
United Kingdom
17:35Aixtron SE
Scaling Graphene Growth Over 300mm Wafers
Dr Ken Teo, Director of Nanoinstruments
Aixtron SE
United Kingdom
18:00End of Day One

Thursday, 06 Dec 2012

Track 1

 Energy Storage
08:30Stevens Institute of Technology
Inkjet-Printed Graphene for Energy Storage and Sensing
Prof Woo Young Lee, George Meade Bond Professor
Stevens Institute of Technology
United States
08:55Graphene Devices Ltd
Energy Storage Graphene-based Devices
Mr Robert Anstey, CEO
Graphene Devices Ltd
United States
09:20Durham Graphene Science
Scalable Route for the 'Bottom-up' Synthesis of Graphene Platelets and Thin Films
Prof Karl Coleman, Chief Technical Director
Durham Graphene Science
United Kingdom
 Carbon Nanotubes
09:45Canatu Ltd
Enhanced display visibility by no-reflection Carbon Nanobud® transparent conductors and touch sensors
Dr Erkki Soininen, Vice President, Marketing and Sales
Canatu Ltd
Finland
10:10Break
10:50NanoIntegris
High Mobility Semiconducting Inks for Electronic Applications
Dr Nathan Yoder, Chief Technology Officer
NanoIntegris
United States
11:15Brewer Science, Inc.
Printable CNT Conductors in Flexible Packaging and Wireless Sensors
Mr James E Lamb, Printed Electronics Center
Brewer Science, Inc.
United States
 Functional Inks and Manufacturing
11:40University of Cambridge
Functional inks for Flexible, Transparent and Printed Electronics
Felice Torrisi
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
12:05Graphene Laboratories, Inc
Graphene and Beyond: Recent progress in the production of 2D materials
Dr Elena Polyakova, CEO
Graphene Laboratories, Inc
United States
12:30LUNCH
 Composites
13:50Angstron Materials
Industrial-scale Production of Graphene: Challenges and Opportunities
Dr Bor Jang,
Angstron Materials
United States
14:15Momentive
High Aspect Ratio Nano Materials
Mr Rohit Bhosale, New Business Development
Momentive
Germany
14:40XG Sciences, Inc.
Applications of xGnPR Graphene Nano-platelets in Inks, Papers and Composites
Dr Hiroyuki Fukushima, Executive Product Development Manager
XG Sciences, Inc.
United States
15:05Graphene Technologies
Large Scale, Natural Resource Independent Synthesis of Bulk Graphene and Preparation of Graphene for Market Applications
Mr Jon Myers, CEO and Founder
Graphene Technologies
United States
15:30Incubation Alliance
Introduction of GRAPHENE FLOWER, Self-Standing and 3D Structure
Mr Kazuo Muramatsu, CEO
Incubation Alliance
Japan
15:55Break
 Shared Closing Keynotes (Printed Electronics and Graphene LIVE! USA 2012)
16:25National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
Printed Flexible Device Development
Prof Toshihide Kamata, Leader, Organic Semiconductor Devices Research Grp
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
Japan
16:50University of Cape Town
Printed Silicon in Electronics
Prof Margit Harting, Dept of Physics
University of Cape Town
South Africa
17:15IDTechEx
Beyond the Conventional: Printed Electronics Case Studies in Vehicles, Energy Storage and Energy Harvesting
Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
17:30End of Day 2
 
 

Wednesday December 05, 2012

Touch Screen and ITO Replacement (14:25 - 17:10)

14:25 - 14:50 "GraphExeter"
 
 
14:50 - 15:15 "Graphene: from Solution Processing to Optoelectronic Applications"
 
 
15:15 - 15:40 "Toward Roll-to-Roll Production of Graphene for Printed Electronics"
 
 
15:40 - 16:05 "High Quality Graphene Films"
 
 
16:05 Break
 
16:45 - 17:10 "Graphene Frontiers: Large Scale Graphene Thin Film Synthesis Technology, Applications and Markets"
• CVD graphene synthesis vis-à-vis top-down methods
• CVD graphene properties and potential applications
• Market summary, sizing, timing for CVD graphene applications