World's Largest Event on Printed & Flexible Electronics
November 20 - 21, 2019 Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA

The Leading Edge: Academic Poster Display

The Leading Edge: Academic Poster Display

Poster exhibits are an important aspect of the Printed Electronics USA 2019 conference and exhibition. Posters will be featured in the exhibition, where approximately 3500 visitors are expected.

Showcase your leading edge work - submit your abstract here.

Benefits include:

  • Showcase your research to over 3,500 senior executives
  • Recognition of your achievements at the world's largest global event on the topic, which can be cited on your resume
  • Access to the full event included in the academic pass rate of $495 - over 250 speakers and over 270 exhibitors
  • Fantastic networking opportunity - for future funding and career opportunities
  • Abstracts will be shared with attendees in advance to allow them to come with their questions
  • Entry to the best poster award judged by attendees - the winner to receive widespread publicity through multiple media channels.


Poster session applicants must be teaching or studying full-time. Academic institutions may submit more than one poster. Each successful applicant will need to pay the academic entrance rate of $495. If you have any queries regarding the criteria please contact us.

The poster authors need to be beside their poster during lunch breaks on November 20 & 21. The poster winner will be announced during the drinks reception on the evening of November 20 and featured widely in publicity afterwards.


Submission of Abstracts

If you are interested in displaying a poster at the event please email Kim Smith at with your contact details, a title and 500 word abstract by October 31. If your submission is successful we will email you with details on the poster session and guidelines for producing your poster.

Download submission form

Confirmed posters

North Carolina State University
Navodya Denuwara, Juha Maijala, Marko Hakovirta
Literature review on Sustainability benefits of RFID technology in the Apparel Industry.
University of California Santa Cruz
Heather Renee Sully
Large Dopants in Colloidal Semiconductor Quantum Dot for Enhanced Optoelectronic Properties.
Harvard University
Georgios A. Tritsaris and Efthimios Kaxiras
Materials concepts and modeling for a quantum press


Kim Smith

+44 (0)1223 810200

Events Administrator