Academic Poster Display
Poster exhibits are an important aspect of the Printed Electronics USA 2015 conference and exhibition, the world's leading scientific and business event covering all aspects of the technology.
Posters will be featured in the exhibition, where approximately 3000 visitors are expected. The poster authors will be beside their poster during lunch breaks on the November 18 and 19. The poster winner will be announced during the drinks reception on the evening of November 18 and featured widely in publicity afterwards.
Submission of abstracts
If you are interested in displaying a poster at the event and you are a full time academic, please submit your Poster Abstract Submission Form and send to Cath Davies c.davies@IDTechEx.com as soon as possible to guarantee your poster display. If your submission is successful we will email you with details on the poster session and guidelines for producing your poster.
Academic poster rate
The $495 rate includes:
|Poster Title||Organization/ Author|
|"Simple Replacements for Injection, Adhesion, or Passivation Layers on Acenes within Thin Film Transistors"||Loyola University Chicago / Prof Jacob Ciszek|
|"Reliability of Printed Electronics in Space Environments"||South Dakota School of Mines and Technology /
Mr Ian Markon
|"Flexible Transparent Electrodes Based on Electrospinning of Polymer/Metal Composite Networks"||National Cheng Kung University /
Prof In-Gann Chen
|"3-D Printing of Electronic and Electromechanical Devices using Fiber Encapsulation Additive Manufacturing "||Southern Methodist University / Bryan Cox|
|"A Novel Bioprinting Method and System for Forming Hybrid Tissue Engineering Constructs"||Stanford University / Yaser Shanjani, Chi-Chun Pan, Laura Elomaa, Yunzhi Yang|
|"Developing a Ferroelectric Ink for Direct-printing of Flexible High-frequency Varactors for Tunable RF and Microwave Applications"||University of Massachusetts Lowell - Printed Electronic Research Collaborative (PERC) / Mahdi Haghzadeh|
|"Developing Polymer-ceramic Composites for Functionalized Substrates in RF and Microwave Applications"||University of Massachusetts Lowell -Printed Electronic Research Collaborative (PERC) / Ehsan Hajisaeid|