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Printad Electronics Asia 2012

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Agenda

Tuesday, 02 Oct 2012

 Keynote
08:30IDTechEx
Flexible, Printed and Organic Electronics: Forecasts and Opportunities 2012-2022
Mr Raghu Das, CEO
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
08:55Samsung Advanced Institute of Tech
Thiophene and Thiazole copolymer based Organic Semiconductor Inks for Printed Electronics
Dr Bang-lin Lee, R&D Staff Member
Samsung Advanced Institute of Tech
Korea
09:20Merck Ltd
Printed Electronics Activities at Merck
Dr Sabine Renker, Head of AT R&D
Merck Ltd
Japan
09:45Konica Minolta Advanced Layers
Application of Printed Electronics Technologies to OLED Lighting
Masanobu Miyoshi, General Manager - Advanced Film Division
Konica Minolta Advanced Layers
Japan
10:10National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
Study of Organic Semiconductors at AIST toward Flexible Printed Electronics
Dr Tatsuo Hasegawa, Deputy Director
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
Japan
10:35Break
 End User
11:05Diageo
Harnessing e-technologies to change how consumers interact with premium drinks brands
Mr Steven Williams, Pack & Dispense Innovation Manager
Diageo
United Kingdom
11:30DECATHLON SA
Opportunities of Printed Electronics for Sport Products
Mr Antoine Ravise, R&D Engineer
DECATHLON SA
France
11:55US Army ARDEC
Advancement of Printed Technologies for Increased Effectiveness and Cost Reduction on Military Systems
Mr James Zunino, ARDEC Project Officer / Materials Engineer
US Army ARDEC
United States
12:20Lunch
 Stretchable and Sensing Electronics
13:35University of Tokyo
Printed, Ultraflexible organic circuits for Bio/Medical Sensors
Dr Tsuyoshi Sekitani, Assistant Professor
University of Tokyo
Japan
14:00MC10
Technology and Applications for High Performance Stretchable Electronics
Mr David A Icke, CEO
MC10
United States
 OLED Displays
14:25IDTechEx
What is the opportunity for OLED lighting versus LED Lighting?
Mr Raghu Das, CEO
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
14:40Universal Display Corporation
Phosphorescent Inks for Energy Efficient Solution Processed OLEDs
Kentaro Harada, Key Acct. Manager, Japan
Universal Display Corporation
United States
15:05Kyung Hee University
TFT Backplane technologies for AMOLED
Prof Jin Jang, Director Advanced Display Research Center
Kyung Hee University
Korea
15:30Cambridge Display Technology (CDT) Ltd
Ink Jet Printed Micro-cavity Devices to Realise NTSC Colour Range
Dr Jeremy Burroughes, Chief Technical Officer
Cambridge Display Technology (CDT) Ltd
United Kingdom
15:55Break
 New Material Breakthroughs
16:25Corning, Inc.
Flexible Evolution: Next Generation Glass for Next Generation Displays
Mr James Grochocinski, Product Line Manager
Corning, Inc.
16:50Hitachi Chemical
Conductive Copper Materials for Printed Electronics
Miss Kyoko Kuroda,
Hitachi Chemical
Japan
17:15Solvay
Materials Development for Organic and Printed Electronics
Mr Vincent Thulliez, Organic Electronics - Technical Marketing Manager
Solvay
Belgium
17:40University of Cambridge
Metal Oxide Materials for Large-Area and Transparent Electronics
Dr Sieglinde Pfaendler, Research Associate
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
18:05Day 1 ends

Wednesday, 03 Oct 2012

 Conductive Inks
08:55IDTechEx
Markets for Conductive inks 2012-2018
Dr Harry Zervos, Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
 Logic & Memory
09:10Institute of Materials Research and Engineering
Fully printed Digital-Asynchronous-Logic Circuits on Flexible Plastic Films
Dr Kok-Leong Chang, Scientist
Institute of Materials Research and Engineering
Singapore
09:35Tokyo Institute of Technology,
Visualization of Carrier Motion in Organic Devices by Time-resolved Optical Second Harmonic Generation
Dr Mitsumata Iwamoto,
Tokyo Institute of Technology,
Japan
 Drying and Heating Technologies for Printed Electronics Fabrication
10:00Adphos Digital Printing GmbH
Photonic Drying and Heating Technologies for Thermal Processes in PE-Fabrication
Dr Kai Bär, Managing Director
Adphos Digital Printing GmbH
Germany
10:25Break
 Solar Opportunities
10:55Navigant Consulting
Global Supply and Demand for Photovoltaic Technologies 2012 to 2016
Ms Paula Mints, Director, Energy
Navigant Consulting
United States
11:20National Renewable Energy Laboratory
The Influence of Contact Properties on Device Performance in Organic Solar Cells
Dr Dana Olson, Research Scientist
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
United States
11:45IDTechEx
New Markets for New Photovoltaics
Dr Harry Zervos, Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
12:00Lunch
 Printed Electronics Manufacturing: Challenges & Solutions
13:15GSI Technologies, LLC
Manufacturing Printed Electronic Devices
Dr Gordon Smith, CTO
GSI Technologies, LLC
United States
13:40Dow Chemical (China) Co. Ltd.
DOW's Ethylcellulose in Electronic Pastes
Dr Xiuqin Shi, Lead R&D Manager Asia Pacific
Dow Chemical (China) Co. Ltd.
China
14:05Printable Electronics Research Centre
Key Challenges in Nanomaterials-based Printed Electronics
Prof Zheng Cui, Director
Printable Electronics Research Centre
China
 Future of Transparent Conductors
14:30IDTechEx
Beyond ITO: Assessing the opportunity for TCFs
Dr Harry Zervos, Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
14:45Osaka University
Transparent silver nanowire electrodes for photovoltaic paper
Prof Katsuaki Suganuma, Industrial Science Laboratory Deputy Head
Osaka University
Japan
15:10SouthWest NanoTechnologies
Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Inks Tailored for Printed Electronics Applications
Mr David Arthur, CEO
SouthWest NanoTechnologies
United States
15:35Break
 Exhibitor Focus: New Technology Developments
16:05Integration Technology Japan
Why we choose UV curing?
Mr Yasushi Katsuta, Business Development Manager
Integration Technology Japan
Japan
16:30Beneq
Recent Developments in Roll-to-roll Atomic Layer Deposition Technology
Dr Mikko Soderlund, Barrier Coatings
Beneq
Finland
16:55Intrinsiq Materials Ltd
The use of novel nanocopper based inks and pastes for printed electronics applications
Dr Ian E Clark, Sales & Marketing Director
Intrinsiq Materials Ltd
United Kingdom
17:20Day 2 ends