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Conference Agenda


 

Day One

 

 

 

Application

08:30

IDTechEx

09:00

ArjoWiggins

09:30

Levi Strauss

10:00

elumin8

10:30

Exhibition and networking break

 

 

11:00

Pelikon

11:30

Menippos

12:00

T-Ink

12:30

Tokyo University

13:00

Lunch and networking break

 

 

14:15

Ifra News

 

TFTC's

14:45

Acreo

15:15

Cambridge University

15:45

Exhibition and networking break

 

 

16:15

Paru

16:45

Semprius

17:15

PolyIC

17:45

Day One ends

 

 

18:30

Printed Electronics Award Dinner

 

Day Two

 

 

 

Investment Forum

09:00

BASF Venture Capital
Kodak Venture Capital
Amadeus Capital
Sofinnova Partners

10:30

Exhibition and networking break

 

 

 

Track One

Track Two
 

Display

Print Techniques
11:00

Aveso

Fujifilm Dimatix
11:25

Kodak

Plastic ePrint
11:50

Sharp

Ciba
 

 

Materials & Manufacturing
12:15

Plastic Logic

HC Starck
12:40

Lunch and networking break

 

 

13:45

Sumation

NanoMas
14:10

Unidym

Parelec
  Lighting

 

14:35

OLLA Project

Cenamps
15:00

Arizona State University

Additive Process Technologies
15:25

Exhibition and networking break

 

 

  Sensors

 

15:55

NANOIDENT

TTP
  Power

 

16:20

Leeds Lithium Power

Plextronics
16:45

Trinity College

Pixdro / OTB Engineering
17:10

Enfucell

Merck
17:35

IDTechEx

 
18:00

Day Two ends

Registration: Tuesday April 17, 7:30am onwards
 

Tuesday April 17, 2007

Applications

08:30 - 09:00 "Developments in Printed and Thin Film Electronics"
  • Progress with printed inorganic, organic and hybrid devices - the full picture
  • Market forecasts by technology type
  • Market trends by territory
 
09:00 - 09:30 "Augmented Paper"
  • Why paper persists despite the advent of the paperless office
  • How we can make paper even more irresistible
  • Merging the paper and digital realms
 
09:30 - 10:00 "Will Tech-Ready Casual Apparel Gain Momentum?"
  • The rapid rise of wearable technology and the Levi's® brand experience
  • Opportunities and challenges: can technological advances transform the market for wearable electronics into a viable reality?
  • What does the future look like and what role will leading apparel brands play?
 
10:00 - 10:30 "elumin8 - Where Next?"
  • Pioneering applications in new markets
  • The strength of the Idea
  • Unusual marketing
 
11:00 - 11:30 "A Revolution in Display Technology: Electroluminescence & Real Life Applications"
 
 
11:30 - 12:00 "Game market - possibilities for printed electronics"
  • Case study - HurraFussball - first game based on printed electronics
  • Possibilities for printed electronics in the game market
 
12:30 - 13:00 "E-skins and power sheets using printed organic transistors and printed MEMS switches"
  • Electronic artificial skins and wireless power transmission sheets Inkjet and screen printing Reliability and encapsulation of organic transistors
 
14:15 - 14:45 "Mobile e-reading using future flexible and colourful e-paper displays"
  • Global publishing trend for e-reading and mobile applications
  • Consumer and media industry demands on technology
  • Market analysis and prediction from Ifra
  • Devices "color or not" & "flexible and hot?" and "kill app factors"
 

Thin Film Transistor Circuits (TFTCs)

14:45 - 15:15 "A R2R printable electronics platform"
  • Electrochemical-based components - robust and manufacturable electronics
  • Integration towards smart labels
  • R2R manufacturing
 
15:15 - 15:45 "Carbon Nanotubes and Semiconducting Nanowires"
  • Properties of Nanotubes and Nanowires
  • Growth, size and shape control
  • Polymer-composites and devices
 
15:45 - 16:15 "The Way Toward All-Printed RFID Tags: Materials, Processes, and Devices"
  • Silver-Polyanilline Based Inks for Printing Passive Components in RFID Tag using Gravure Printer
  • SWNT Based All Printed TFT for Printing Rectifier and Ring Oscillator
  • Conducting Polymer Based All Printed 16 bit Memory Cell
 
16:15 - 16:45 "Printing Flexible Single Crystal Semiconductors"
 
 
17:15 - 17:45 "Printed RFID on its way to first products"
  • Roadmap of printed Electronics
  • First products of printed Electronics
  • Printed Electronics for brand protection, marketing and logistics
 
 

Wednesday April 18, 2007

Investment Forum

09:00 "An Overview of BASF Venture Capital"
 
 

Display

11:00 - 11:25 "Enabling a New Generation of Microelectronics Through Low Cost, High Volume Printed Electronic Displays"
  • Global trends driving demand for electronic display cards, smart labels and active packaging
  • Market requirements for mass consumer flexible display applications
  • Manufacturing and end product integration considerations
 
11:25 - 11:50 "An Alternative Color Architecture for Electroluminescent Displays"
  • Kodak background
  • Architectures for color pixelisation
  • Why is full color difficult for OLED- and ACEL-based displays?
  • An alternative scheme
  • Summary
 
11:50 - 12:15 "Manufacturing Issues Related to Fabricating a Flexible Display"
 
 
12:15 - 12:40 "Delivering the promise of plastic electronics"
  • Changing the way the world reads
  • Incorporating plastic electronics into revolutionary and iconic products
  • Manufacturing strategies that deliver the goods
 
13:45 - 14:10 "Development of RGBW inks for displays and lighting"
  • Degradation studies that have led to the design of new and improved materials
  • Recent lifetime and efficiency results for R,G,B, and W polymers
  • Challenges of formulating inks that can be used in a production environment
  • Importance of device design
 
14:10 - 14:30 "Carbon for Printed Electronics"
  • VC funded company located in Silicon Valley
  • Nano-scale carbon materials with tailor-made electrical and optical properties
  • Transparent and conducting films for touch screens, displays, OLEDs and solar cells
  • Transistors with carbon based semiconducting channels, with mobilities far exceeding that of organic transistors
 

Lighting

14:35 - 15:00 "OLED Lights are coming!"
  • The OLLA project: status after 2 years
  • The printing options of OLED light sources
  • OLED lighting roadmap
 
15:00 - 15:25 "Progress in printable organic and hybrid materials"
 
 

Sensors

15:55 - 16:20 "Semiconductor 2.0 - A new industry starts to move"
  • Opening of the NANOIDENT Organc Fab
  • First fab for printed electronics
  • Novel applications of printed electronics
 

Power

16:20 - 16:45 "Polymer Gel Electrolytes and Roll-to-roll Production of Thin-film Batteries"
  • Development of Polymer Gel Electrolytes (PGE) to form tough, flexible films with conductivities of 10-3 S/cm.
  • Production of thin-film batteries using a roll-to-roll process at 10m/min
  • Production of cells with PGE thickness less than 0.1 mm and with energy densities approaching 170 Wh/kg.
 
16:45 - 17:10 "Polymer Nanocomposites for Electronic and Optoelectronic Applications"
  • Molecular Engineering of Multi-functional Materials from Carbon Nanotube Polymer Composites
  • Electrically and Thermally Conducting Thin Films
  • Polymer Light Emitting Diodes, Photovoltaic Devices, Sensors and Actuators
 
17:10 - 17:35 "The thin SoftBattery(TM) and printed electronics"
  • Disposable power source for disposable products
  • Enabling new applications where traditional batteries don't perform
  • OEM: easy to integrate
 
17:35 - 18:00 "How Smart Skin Patches are using Printed Electronics"
  • Benefits of smart skin patches
  • The technology
  • Future of smart skin patches
 

Print Techniques

11:00 - 11:25 "Manufacturing Electronics with Ink Jets"
  • Why Use Ink Jet Technology
  • What's Happening Today
  • What Are Opportunities for Ink Jets in Printed Electronics
 
11:25 - 11:50 "MHz Organic Electronic Devices Printed in a Single Step"
  • Printable organic microwave rectifier for RFID
  • Planar MHz diode/transistors printed in a single step
  • Printable circuits based on planar devices
 
11:50 - 12:15 "Latest Innovation in Conductive Inks for Different Applications"
 
 

Materials and Manufacturing

12:15 - 12:40 "Highly conductive films and new oligothiophene based semiconductors for polymer electronics"
  • Polyethylenedioxythiophene-polystyrenesulfonate is a conductive polymer useful for making transparent conductive and antistatic films
  • Understanding the basic structural properties of the PEDOT:PSS polymer and its chemical & physical interactions.
  • In addition to highly conductive PEDOT/PSS dispersions H.C. Starck also produces wet-processible organic semiconductors.
 
13:45 - 14:10 "Nanoparticle Inks for Printed Electronics and Displays on Plastics"
  • Mechanisms and characteristics of nanoparticle inks using for the printed electronics and displays
  • Metal nanoparticle inks for printing high-quality conductive patterns on plastics
  • Semi-conductive nanoparticle inks for making printed TFTs
 
14:10 - 14:35 "A Revolution in Display Technology: Electroluminescence & Real Life Applications"
  • Total RFID Solutions
  • Passive - Parmod® VLT Conductive Inks & tags: HF & UHF tags for transit tickets and supply chain customers
  • Active - iLocate™ Real Time Location & Control Systems for automotive and defense customers
 
14:35 - 15:00 "PETeC - A new resource for the development and prototyping of organic electronic devices"
 
 
15:00 - 15:25 "Flexible 'Printed' Copper Circuits - Even on Paper"
  • An enabling process for wide scale implementation of printed electronics
  • Unique, low cost, high volume, roll to roll production process for copper, or other electrodeposited metals, on any substrate
  • 'Green' 24 x 7 continuous process using low cost and scrap materials for feedstock
 
15:55 - 16:20 "Technologies and manufacturing processes enabled by novel inkjet techniques"
  • Opportunities for new inkjet technologies
  • Process replacement
  • Novel devices: unusual printable materials and structures
 
16:20 - 16:45 "Advances in Plexcore™ Active Layer Technology"
  • Opportunities driven by the optimizations of efficiency, lifetime and stability of printed electronic devices
  • Benefit of a platform approach to the printed electronics
  • Advances in Plexcore technology including hole injection layer for solution processed OLED displays
 
16:45 - 17:05 "Industrial Print Technology"
 
 
17:10 - 17:35 "Organic Semiconductors: Commercialisation and the Technical Challenges Ahead"
  • How good are organic semiconductors? What do we need to do to develop organic electronic products?
  • Driving improved material performance through molecular design
  • Merck's "technology package" approach to organic semiconductor solutions
 
 
Attended by over 230 delegates from 22 countries. Printed Electronics Europe 2006 was superbly rated. Don't miss the 2007 event. Register now!