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Conference Agenda

Wednesday, 20 Nov 2013

 

Printed Electronics

OLEDs LIVE!

Printed Electronics

GRAPHENE LIVE!

 Opening Keynotes   
08:40IDTechEx
Printed Electronics: Show me the Money!
Mr Raghu Das, CEO
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
   
09:00Lifescan - a Johnson & Johnson Company
The Challenge of Mass-Producing High Performance Blood Glucose Sensors
Mr Scott Sloss, Principal Engineer - Core Science and Engineering
Lifescan - a Johnson & Johnson Company
United Kingdom
   
09:25Autodesk Consumer Group
Printed Optics: Displays, Sensors, and Illumination for Future Interactive Objects and Devices
Dr Karl Willis, Principal Research Engineer
Autodesk Consumer Group
United States
   
09:50Acuity Brands Lighting Inc
New Developments in OLED Lighting
Mr Mike Lu, Director OLED Technology
Acuity Brands Lighting Inc
United States
   
10:15TOTAL S.A. - Gas & Power
Chances of Success for Organic PV in the Dominancy of Crystalline Silicon
Dr Marc Vermeersch, Solar Technology & Strategy - Senior Advisor
TOTAL S.A. - Gas & Power
France
   
10:40Break  Graphene LIVE! Keynotes
11:20End User Forum
End User Forum
Colgate-Palmolive / DECATHLON / Procter & Gamble
End User Forum
  Vorbeck Materials
The Expanding Applications of Graphene
Dr John S. Lettow, President
Vorbeck Materials
United States
11:45OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH
OLED Development at OSRAM: Achievements, Trends and Perspectives
Dr Thomas Wehlus, Senior R&D Manager
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH
Germany
  Grafoid Inc.
Few Layered Graphene Derived From Raw Graphite Ore
Dr Gordon Chiu, Vice-President
Grafoid Inc.
Canada
12:10NASA
Carbon Nanotube Based Printed Electronics
Dr Jin-Woo Han, Printed Electronics Project
NASA
United States
  Cabot Corporation
Engineering Functional Carbon Additives for Various Applications: From Carbon Black to Graphenes
Dr Angelos Kyrlidis, Principal Scientist
Cabot Corporation
United States
12:35Printed Electronics Awards  Momentive
High Aspect Ratio Nano Materials
Dr Anand Murugaiah, BN Powders New Product Dev. Leader
Momentive
United States
13:00LunchLunchLunchLunch
 Wearable ElectronicsOLED vs LED LightingPhotovoltaicsSupercapacitors
14:30Flextronics/Multek
Printed Electronics Use in Wearable Products
Dr Joan Vrtis, Sr. Director, Interconnect Technology Center
Flextronics/Multek
United States
Panasonic
High-Efficiency White OLED with Build-up Light Extraction Substrate Technology (BLES) for Lighting Application
Dr Takuya Komoda, R&D Planning Office, Eco Solutions Company
Panasonic
Japan
IDTechEx
Research with Printed Metals and PV Materials
Dr Harry Zervos, Senior Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
IDTechEx
Supercapacitors Replace Batteries
Mr Franco Gonzalez, Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
 Bio-Electronics and Healthcare   
14:55GSI Technologies, LLC
Commercial Printed Electronic Device for Flow Cytometry
Dr Gordon Smith, CTO
GSI Technologies, LLC
United States
LunaLEC
The LEC, a Low-Cost Alternative to the OLED
Dr Andreas Sandström, CTO
LunaLEC
Sweden
 Maxwell Technologies
Ultracapacitors: Gaining Traction in a World of Batteries
Dr Priya Bendale, Sr. Director, Advanced Development
Maxwell Technologies
United States
15:20Microelectronics Center of Provence
Conducting Polymer Devices for Neural Interfacing
Dr Jonathan Rivnay,
Microelectronics Center of Provence
France
Cree Components
LEDs and OLEDs Coexist and Excel in Different Applications
Vachik Javadian, Americas FAE Director
Cree Components
United States
Armor Sustainable Energies (ASE)
OPV, an Industrial Reality
Mr Francois Barreau, Marketing Manager/Business Development
Armor Sustainable Energies (ASE)
France
Cap-XX Ltd
Applications for Energy Harvesters coupled with Supercapacitors
Mr Pierre Mars, VP, Applications Engineering
Cap-XX Ltd
Australia
    The Graphene Opportunity in Supercapacitors
15:45University of Cincinnati
Wearable and Non-Invasive Patches for the Next Leap in Digital Heath: Multi-Biomarker Access and Sensing
Prof Jason Heikenfeld, Professor
University of Cincinnati
United States
Konica Minolta Inc
A Novel Highly Conductive Printed Electrode for Large-area OLED Lighting
Mr Toshiyuki Matsumura, Manager
Konica Minolta Inc
Japan
CSIRO
Solution Processing of Inorganic and Organic Solar Cells
Dr Jacek Jasieniak, Project Leader Nanostructured Inorganic Solar Cell
CSIRO
Australia
Graphenea
Graphene in Energy Storage Applications
Mr Jesus de La Fuente, CEO
Graphenea
Spain
16:10BreakBreakBreakBreak
 Smart Labels and PackagingOLED Displays  
16:45PragmatIC Printing Limited
Printed Electronics, from Prototyping to Volume Production
Mr Joao De Oliveira, VP Business Development
PragmatIC Printing Limited
United Kingdom
Cambridge Display Technology Ltd
Progress with all Printed Flexible OLED Displays
Dr Fredrik Jakobsson, Senior Scientist, Device Physics
Cambridge Display Technology Ltd
United Kingdom
EMD Chemicals
High Efficiency, High Performance Organic Semiconductors for Display and Sensing Applications
Dr Monica Davis, Manager, Business Development
EMD Chemicals
United States
Stevens Institute of Technology
Inkjet-Printed Graphene for Micro-Supercapacitor
Dr Linh Le, Group Leader
Stevens Institute of Technology
United States
17:10Thin Film Electronics ASA
Printed Sensor Tags and Smart Objects
Dr Davor Sutija, CEO
Thin Film Electronics ASA
Norway
EMagin Corporation
The eMagin OLED Advantage for Microdisplay Applications
Mr Andrew Sculley, President & CEO
EMagin Corporation
United States
Dyesol Inc
Third Generation Solar Technology: Transforming Buildings into Power Plants with DSC
Mr Marc Thomas, CEO
Dyesol Inc
United States
Graphene Frontiers
Graphene Hybrid Devices for Energy Storage and Sensors
Mr Ryan Mendoza, VP Engineering
Graphene Frontiers
United States
  Scaling OLED Manufacturing  
17:35PARC, a Xerox company
Smart Labels Progress - From Tipping Point to Reality
Dr Janos Veres, Area Manager
PARC, a Xerox company
United States
Aixtron SE
Scaling up Production of OLEDs - Costs, Challenges and New Developments
Mr Juergen Kreis, Director Business Development
Aixtron SE
Germany
Applied Materials
Printing for Solar Cells
Dr Robert J Visser, Senior Director Advanced Technology Group
Applied Materials
United States
 
18:00T-Ink Inc
T-Ink's Evolution in Printed Electronic Commercialization from Toys to Aerospace
Mr Andrew Ferber, Co-Chairman
T-Ink Inc
United States
Kateeva, Inc.
Scaling OLED Manufacturing to G8 with Inkjet
Dr Conor Madigan, CEO
Kateeva, Inc.
United States
New Energy Technologies
Transparent Contacts for Semitransparent Organic Photovoltaic Devices
Dr Scott Hammond, Principal Scientist
New Energy Technologies
United States
Angstron Materials
Graphene-Enabled Supercapacitors - Recent Developments
Mr Ian Fuller, Project Engineer
Angstron Materials
United States
18:25Day 1 endsDay 1 endsDay 1 endsDay 1 ends

Thursday, 21 Nov 2013

 

Printed Electronics

OLEDs LIVE!

TCF LIVE!

Printed Electronics

3D Printing LIVE!

Graphene LIVE!

   Transparent Conductive Films - Metal MeshSensors  
08:45Printed Electronics ManufacturingOLEDs Materials DevelopmentIDTechEx
TCF Alternatives to ITO, Applications & Markets
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Head of Consulting
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
IDTechEx
Adding Value to End Products
Dr Guillaume Chansin, Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
ApplicationsGraphene Inks and Composites and Coatings
09:00Acreo-Swedish ICT
Screen Printed Displays for Integration in High Volume Products
Dr Goran Gustafsson, Department Manager PE
Acreo-Swedish ICT
Sweden
IDTechEx
OLED Displays, Lighting, Barriers and TCT's: Markets and Technologies
Mr Raghu Das, CEO
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
Synaptics Inc
Is Metal Mesh the "ITO Replacement" for Touchscreens?
Mr Andrew Hsu, Technical Marketing Manager
Synaptics Inc
United States
Interlink Electronics
Printed Force Sensors - an Untold Success Story of Printed Electronics
Dr Jeff Baker, Chief Technology Officer
Interlink Electronics
United States
Loughborough University
Hybrid and Multi-systems 3D Printing for novel functional products
Dr Russell Harris, Professor/Head of Additive Manufacturing
Loughborough University
United Kingdom
IDTechEx
Graphene: Analysis of Technology, Markets and Players
Dr Harry Zervos, Senior Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
09:25PiXDRO
Inkjet Printing for Pattered Multilayer Processing
Mr Wouter Brok, Research Manager
PiXDRO
Netherlands
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
OLEDs on Graphene Electrodes and c-Si TFTs for Flexible Lighting and Display
Mr Ning Li, Research Staff Member
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
United States
Uni-Pixel Display Inc
Flexible Printed Electronic Technology Provides Breakthrough Performance for Projected Capacitive Touch Sensor Market
Mr Robert Berg, Senior Vice President - Sales and Marketing
Uni-Pixel Display Inc
United States
University of the West of England
SIMS: The Smart Integrated Miniaturised Sensor System Based on Organic and Printed Electronics
Prof Tony Killard, Professor of Biomedical Sciences
University of the West of England
United Kingdom
Tethers Unlimited
SpiderFab: Enabling Self-Fabricating Spacecraft Using Additive Manufacturing
Mr Robert Hoyt, CEO & Chief Scientist
Tethers Unlimited
United States
Cambridge Graphene Platform
Low Cost Graphene & 2D Layered Material Inks for Printed Electronics
Mr J. Patrick Frantz, CEO
Cambridge Graphene Platform
United Kingdom
     Functional 3D Printing 
09:50Ceradrop
Towards a Workflow and Tools Dedicated to Inkjet for Printed Electronics
Dr Mathias Borella, Sales & Business Development Manager
Ceradrop
France
EMD Chemicals
Soluble Systems - Closing the Gap with Evaporable OLED Materials
Ms Michele Ricks, Business Development Manager
EMD Chemicals
United States
Agfa-Materials
OrgaconGrid - Strategies Towards More Transparent And Higher Conductivity Flexible Electrodes
Mr Peter Willaert, Product Manager PE
Agfa-Materials
Belgium
ISORG
When Printed Electronics meet Design and Usages for Highly Innovative Functionalities
Mr Laurent Jamet, ISORG Co-Founder, Director Business Development
ISORG
France
Princeton University
3D Printed Bionic Nanomaterials
Prof Michael C McAlpine, Department of MAE
Princeton University
United States
XG Sciences
xGnP in Electrical and Thermal Ink Applications
Dr Ned Hardman, Senior Project Manager
XG Sciences
United States
10:15NovaCentrix
Applications of Photonic Curing, and Enabled Materials
Mr Stan Farnsworth, Vice President - Marketing
NovaCentrix
United States
Cynora GmbH
Optoelectronic Solutions for OLEDs
Dr Tobias Grab, CEO
Cynora GmbH
Germany
Rolith, Inc.
Transparent Metal Grid Electrodes for Touch Screen Displays and OLED Lighting
Dr Boris Kobrin, CEO/Founder
Rolith, Inc.
United States
University of California San Diego
Wearable Electrochemical Sensors based on Printable Electronics
Prof Joseph Wang, Professor of NanoEngineering
University of California San Diego
United States
Harvard University
Batteries and 3D Printing
Prof Jennifer Lewis,
Harvard University
United States
NanoIntegris Inc
High Mobility Semiconducting Inks - Recent Progress and Applications in Gas Sensing
Dr Nathan Yoder, Chief Technology Officer
NanoIntegris Inc
United States
10:40DP Patterning AB
DPP, the paradigm shift in manufacturing flexible RFID antennas and other PCBs
Mr Bjorn Wasell, CEO
DP Patterning AB
Sweden
BreakBreakBreakBreakBreak
11:05Break     
 Printing for Consumer ElectronicsQuantum Dot DisplaysTouch Screen and ITO Replacement with Graphene  Touch Screen and ITO Replacement with Graphene
11:15Optomec Inc
Printed Electronics Applications for Mobile Devices
Mr Urs Berger, Senior Business Development & Acc Manager
Optomec Inc
United States
Nanoco Technologies Ltd
Heavy Metal Free Quantum Dots for Displays, Lighting and Solar Applications
Dr Margaret Hines,
Nanoco Technologies Ltd
United States
Bluestone Global Tech
Graphene Electronics: From Flexible Device to Radio and THz Frequency Applications
Dr Yu-Ming Lin, VP of Technology and Co-Founder
Bluestone Global Tech
United States
Tactonic Technologies
Lossless Mechanical Interpolation for Cost Effective and Continuously Tile-able Surface Sensing via Flexible Printed Electronics
Mr Charles Hendee, CTO
Tactonic Technologies
United States
Rochester Institute of Technology
3D Printing With Embedded Electronics
Dr Denis Cormier, Professor
Rochester Institute of Technology
United States
Continues in TCF LIVE!
 R2R ManufacturingBarrier Technologies Stretchable and Textile Electronics  
11:40VDL Enabling Technologies Group
A New R2R Manufacturing Concept for Printed Electronics
Mr Huib van den Heuvel, New Business Development
VDL Enabling Technologies Group
Netherlands
Corning Incorporated
Flexible Glass Enabling Advanced Product Applications and Next Generation Manufacturing
Mr Casey Kang, Commercial Technology Manager
Corning Incorporated
United States
Canatu
The Future for Flexible and 3D Formed Touch Displays, How to Succeed
Mr Bob Senior,
Canatu
Finland
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Stretchable Transparent Electrodes using Graphene-metal Nanowire Hybrid Structures
Dr Jang-Ung Park, Assistant Professor
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Korea
Optomec
Capability Assessment of Combining 3D Printing (FDM) and Printed Electronics (Aerosol Jet) to Produce Fully Printed Functionalized Devices
Mr Ken Vartanian, Director of Marketing
Optomec
United States
 
     Software Manufacturing 
12:05KROENERT GmbH & Co KG
R2R Printing Versus R2R Coating: Which Way to go for Printed Electronics
Mr Frank Schaefer, Sales Director New Products
KROENERT GmbH & Co KG
Germany
Schott AG - Advanced Optics
Ultra-Thin Glass as a High Performance Substrate
Dr Ulrich Peuchert, R&D Manager
Schott AG - Advanced Optics
Germany
Graphene Laboratories, Inc
Moving Forward: Graphene and other Advanced Layered Materials
Dr Elena Polyakova, CEO
Graphene Laboratories, Inc
United States
Eeonyx Corp
A New World of Smart-Fabrics and their Applications
Dr Jamshid Avloni, President & CEO
Eeonyx Corp
United States
Microsoft Startup Business Group
The Windows 3D Print Pipeline
Dr Emmett Lalish, Mechanical Engineer
Microsoft Startup Business Group
United States
 
12:30Bosch Rexroth
Advances in Web Tension and Speed Control for Higher Accuracy Printing and Processing
Mr Bipin Sen, Sr. Business Development Engineer
Bosch Rexroth
United States
3M Display & Graphics Business Lab
Barrier Films for Displays, Lighting, & Flexible Electronics
Dr Fred McCormick, Senior Research Specialist
3M Display & Graphics Business Lab
United States
University of Cambridge
Printing of Graphene and 2d-Materials: A New Platform for Cheap, Flexible and Transparent Electronics
Mr Felice Torrisi,
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
Infinite Corridor Technology
Flexible-Stretchable Body Sensor Development Using Geometric Patterning
Mr Duncan Boyce, Business Development
Infinite Corridor Technology
United States
IBM
The New Software Defined Supply Chain
Mr Partha Bose, Leader of Global Electronics Practice
IBM
United States
 
12:55LunchLunchLunchLunchLunchLunch
 Breakthrough in Conductive InksBi-Stable DisplaysMetal Nanowires Technology Developments 
14:05Brewer Science, Inc.
Advancements in Performance and Characterization of Carbon Nanotube Dispersions for Printed Electronics Applications
Dr Stephen Gibbons, Director of Technology
Brewer Science, Inc.
United States
Opalux Incorporated
Low-power, Flexible, Color-Tunable Surfaces
Dr Andre Arsenault, Chief Technology Officer
Opalux Incorporated
Canada
Cima Nanotech
SANTE® Technology - Silver Nanoparticles for Applications beyond ITO Replacement
Mr Thomas Chang, Director/VP
Cima Nanotech
United States
DuPont Teijin Films
Flexible Electronics - Advances in Polyester Film
Mr Bob Rustin, Market Manager, Electronic & Display Films
DuPont Teijin Films
United States
NC State University
3D Printing of Liquid Metals
Prof Michael Dickey, Professor
NC State University
United States
National Graphene Institute (NGI)
Commercialisation Strategies for Graphene: Beyond the Sticky Tape
Mr Ivan Buckley, Project Manager
National Graphene Institute (NGI)
United Kingdom
    Electronic Skin CNT and Graphene TFTs
14:30Okayama University
Ambient Conductive Metal Nanoink
Dr Masayuki Kanehara, Assistant Professor
Okayama University
Japan
Kent Displays Inc
Flexible Bistable Reflex Displays and Applications
Dr Erica Montbach, Manager, R&D
Kent Displays Inc
United States
Blue Nano
Applications of Silver Nanowires Beyond Transparent Conductive Films
Mr Brandon Travis,
Blue Nano
United States
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Flexible Sensors Leading to Better Artificial Skin
Ms Meital Segev-Bar, Ph.D Student
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Israel
Sandvik Osprey Limited
Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing
Mr Toby Tingskog, Business Development Manager
Sandvik Osprey Limited
United Kingdom
National Research Council Canada
Thin Film Transistors based on Semiconducting Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes
Dr Patrick Malenfant, Thrust Leader, Functional Materials
National Research Council Canada
Canada
  Printed Electronics Devices and Developments  Desktop PrintingGraphene Production and Applications
14:55CondAlign AS
Enhanced Materials from Conductive Alignment Technology
Dr Mark Buchanan, CEO
CondAlign AS
Norway
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
High Power, Flexible Electronics
Dr Afarin Bellisario, Technology Licensing Officer
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
United States
Carestream Advanced Materials
Silver Nanowires as a Transparent Conductor for Flexible and Printed Electronics
Dr Vishal Shrotriya, Technical Program Manager
Carestream Advanced Materials
United States
Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center, University of C
Artificial Electronic-Skin: Large Area Sensor Networks
Prof Ali Javey, Prof. Electrical Engineering&Comp.Scien
Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center, University of C
United States
Leapfrog 3D Printers
The Current and Future State of Desktop 3D Printing
Ms Saswitha de Kok, Commercial Director
Leapfrog 3D Printers
Netherlands
Applied Graphene Materials
Scalable Routes for the Synthesis and Commercialisation of Graphene
Prof Karl Coleman, Chief Technical Director
Applied Graphene Materials
United Kingdom
 Copper Inks  Electroactive Polymers  
15:20Toyobo
Cu-Paste Sintered by Superheated Steam
Dr Maki Sato, R&D Group Leader
Toyobo
Japan
Imprint Energy, Inc.
Printed Ultra-Thin, High Capacity, Zinc Rechargeable Batteries
Dr Devin MacKenzie, Chief Executive Officer
Imprint Energy, Inc.
United States
Cambrios Technologies Corporation
Cambrios ClearOhm: Solution Coated and Printed Transparent Conductor for Printed Electronics
Dr Rahul Gupta, Sr. Director Business Development
Cambrios Technologies Corporation
United States
ViviTouch | A Bayer Brand
Game Changing User Interface Through "Zoned Haptics"
Mr Dirk Schapeler, CEO
ViviTouch | A Bayer Brand
United States
IprintTechnology
3D Printing Barriers to Success
Mr Rob Grosche, Founder & Director
IprintTechnology
Australia
2-DTECH
Will the 'Real' Graphene Please Stand Up?
Dr Branson Belle, CTO
2-DTECH
United Kingdom
   Organic Transparent Films   
15:45Intrinsiq 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
Terepac Corp.
Flexible Silicon for the Internet of Things
Dr Jayna Sheats, CTO
Terepac Corp.
Canada
Heraeus PM Conductive Polymers Division
Advances in Clevios PEDOT:PSS Conductive Polymers for Transparent Conductive Coatings
Dr Ron Lubianez, Global Sales Manager of the Functional Coatings BU
Heraeus PM Conductive Polymers Division
United States
Novasentis, Inc
The Dawn of the Neo-Sensory Age
Dr Christophe Ramstein, President and CEO
Novasentis, Inc
United States
IDTechEx
3D Printing: A Realistic Appraisal of the Future
Mr Raghu Das, CEO
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
AZ Electronic Materials
Graphene Nanoribbons - A New Form of Graphene with Exciting Potential
Mr Hiroshi Hara, Marketing
AZ Electronic Materials
Japan
16:10Track 1 endsBreakBreakTrack 4 endsTrack 5 endsBreak
  Closing Keynotes    
16:40 Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Development of Innovative Thin-Film Electronics in China for Displays and Beyond
Prof Xiaojun Guo, Professor
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
China
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
Optically Transparent and Colorless Polyimide Hybrid Films with Different Inorganic Particles
Dr Jia-Ming Liu, General Director, CIS in ITRI
Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
Taiwan
  Graphene Technologies
What Do We Need Graphene For?
Mr Jon Myers, CEO and Founder
Graphene Technologies
United States
   Paper Electronics   
17:05 Nissha USA
Nissha's Recent Developments in PE Field - Where Trend Meets Printing Technology
Dr Takahiro Suzuki, Principal Engineer
Nissha USA
United States
IMEC
Challenges and Innovations in Printed Electronics
Dr Philip Pieters, Business Development Director
IMEC
Belgium
  PPG Industries
Low Cost Plasma Synthesis of Graphene Nanoplatelets from Methane
Dr Noel Vanier, Director Nanotechnology & New Color Development
PPG Industries
United States
17:30 DuPont
The Secret to Printed Electronics Growth - Collaboration
Mr John Voultos, Business Development Mngr Microcircuit Materials
DuPont
United States
University of Maryland Energy Research Center
Transparent Paper for Printed Electronics
Prof Bing (Liangbing) Hu, Assistant Professor
University of Maryland Energy Research Center
United States
  Incubation Alliance
Mass Production of High Quality Graphene and its Applications
Mr Kazuo Muramatsu, CEO
Incubation Alliance
Japan
17:55 Day 2 endsDay 2 ends  Day 2 ends
 
 

Thursday November 21, 2013

Touch Screen and ITO Replacement with Graphene (11:15 - 14:05)

11:15 Continues in TCF LIVE!
 
12:55 Lunch