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Conference Agenda

Tuesday, 03 Apr 2012

 Opening Keynotes
08:45IDTechEx
09:10Abbott Diagnostics
09:35Procter & Gamble
10:00Schneider Electric
10:25Break
11:05Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
11:30National Renewable Energy Laboratory
11:55Printechnologics GmbH
12:20E Ink Holdings
12:45LUNCH

Track 1

 Consumer Packaged Goods
14:25Mars Nederland bv
14:50Metro Stores
15:15DECATHLON SA
15:40Americhip
16:05Break
 Consumer Electronics
16:45Fulton Innovation
 End User Forum
17:10
18:00Track 1 Ends

Track 2

 OLED Displays
14:25OLED Association
14:50Cambridge Display Technology (CDT) Ltd
15:15Konica Minolta Material Technology R&D Laboratorie
 OLED versus LED Lighting
15:40Bardsley Consulting
16:05Break
17:10Panasonic Corporation
17:35Nth Degree Technologies
18:00Track 2 Ends

Track 3

 Photovoltaics
14:25Nanosolar
14:50Soltecture Solartechnik
15:15Applied Materials Italia Srl
15:40Heliatek GmbH
16:05Break
16:45IDTechEx
17:10Novaled
17:35University of Ljubljana
18:00Track 3 Ends

Wednesday, 04 Apr 2012

Track 1

 Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
08:30Aneeve Nanotechnologies
08:55University of Cambridge
 System Integration
09:20PragmatIC Printing Ltd
09:45PARC a Xerox company
10:10Break
10:50Soligie
11:15Direfarestampare
 Logic and Memory
11:40Thin Film Electronics ASA
12:05ST Microelectronics
12:30LUNCH
13:55Sunchon National University
14:20University of Cambridge
 Touch Sensors and Screens
14:45Synaptics
15:10Peratech Ltd
15:35Stantum
16:00Track 1 Ends
16:00Break

Track 2

 Bistable Display Technology
08:30Philips Corporate Technologies
08:55Plastic Logic GmbH
09:20Polymer Vision
09:45Kent Displays Inc
10:10Break
 The Energy Storage Gold Rush
10:50Enfucell Ltd
11:15Blue Spark Technologies
11:40Infinite Power Solutions
 Energy Harvesting
12:05Meggitt Sensing Systems
12:30LUNCH
 Flex & Stretch - Flexible and Stretchable Electronics
13:55Fraunhofer IZM
14:20University of Heidelberg
14:45Johannes Kepler University Linz
15:10Ghent University - IMEC
15:35MC10 Incorporated
16:00Track 2 Ends
16:00Break

Track 3

 Photovoltaics
08:30Lang Consulting Engineering
08:55University of Nantes
09:20Ceradrop
09:45Eckart Gmbh
10:10Break
 Sensor Technology
10:50ISORG
11:15University of Cape Town
 Actuators
11:40SOLVAY SOLEXIS
12:05Bayer MaterialScience AG
12:30LUNCH
 Future of Transparent Conductors
13:55Indium Corporation
14:20Cambrios Technologies Corporation
14:45Nano and Advanced Materials Institute Limited
15:10Canatu Inc
15:35Caledon Controls Ltd
16:00Track 3 Ends
16:00Break

Track 4 / Manufacturing Forum

 Conductors
08:30Liquid X Printed Metals Inc
08:55Osaka University
09:20Intrinsiq Materials Ltd
09:45TNO - Holst Centre
10:10Break
 Printed Electronics Manufacturing
10:50JNC Corporation
11:15NovaCentrix
11:40Ohio Gravure Technologies Inc
12:05Aixtron SE
12:30LUNCH
13:50IDTechEx
13:55OTB Group
14:20Optomec
14:45Integration Technology
15:10KROENERT GmbH & Co KG
 3D Printing
15:35Georgia Institute of Technology
16:00Track 4 Ends
16:00Break
 Closing Keynotes
16:40Information Mediary Corporation
17:05TITV Greiz
17:30De La Rue Group R&D
17:55CENIMAT - FCT/UNL
18:20End
 
 

Wednesday April 04, 2012

3D Printing (15:35 - 16:40)

15:35 - 16:00 "Stability and Reliability of Organic Field-Effect Transistors"
• A bilayer gate dielectric leads to top-gate organic field-effect transistors that are air stable, can be operated under water and exposed to an oxygen plasma without significant changes of the transistor performance.
• Engineering compensating mechanisms into the transistor geometry leads to organic field-effect transistors with remarkable operational stability.
• Systematic reliability studies conducted by exposing top-gate organic field-effect transistors to oxygen and humid atmospheres, and its effects on device performance, are discussed.
• Optimization of the conditions for the fabrication of top-gate organic field-effect transistors with charge mobility values up to 2.8 cm2/Vs are described.
 
16:00 Track 4 Ends