Printed Electronics USA 2008
Printed Electronics USA 2008

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Conference Agenda


Wednesday, 03 Dec 2008

 The Application of Printed Electronics to Products
09:45Avery Dennison Industrial Products Division
08:55Nokia Research Center
09:20Structural Graphics
 Radical New Printed Electronics Products
12:20Stora Enso Packaging Boards
11:30Plastic Logic Ltd
10:50Toppan Forms Co Ltd

Track 1

 Healthcare and Bionic Man
08:50RF-iT Solutions
14:00University of St Andrews
14:25Toumaz Technology Ltd.
 Thin, Flexible Printed Batteries
14:50Blue Spark Technologies
15:15NEC Corporation
16:20Infinite Power Solutions Inc
16:45Lux Research

Track 2

 Electronics as Art, Signage, Human Interface - Large Area Displays
16:20Acreo AB
14:25E Ink Corporation
14:00Rogers Corporation
14:50TRED Displays
15:15Apple Inc
 Smart Substrates and Stretchable Electronics
16:45University of Cambridge
17:10University of Washington

Track 3

 Thin Film Transistor Circuits - New Possibilities
15:15Northrop Grumman
14:25PolyIC GmbH & Co KG
 Sensors Networks & Actuators
16:20Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
17:10NXT Technology Inc
16:45University of California

Thursday, 04 Dec 2008

Track 1

 Thin Film and Printed Photovoltaics
08:55Konarka Technologies Inc
08:30Boeing Spectrolab
 PV: Panel Discussion
09:20HelioVolt Corporation
Lux Research
Boeing Spectrolab
 PV: Nano-Enabled Technologies
11:00University of Washington
11:25Applied Nanotech Inc
 PV: Inorganic Photovoltaic
11:50HelioVolt Corporation
 PV: Organic PV- Organic Concentrators
14:50Arizona State University
14:00Solarmer Energy
12:15Plextronics Inc
 Novel RFID approaches
16:00Friendly Technologies Ltd
 Printed Electronics Standards and Global Progress

Track 2

 Materials:Organic and Inorganic Semiconductors, Dielectrics
08:55Korea Institute of Science and Technology
09:20Faculdade de Ciencias e Tecnologia
08:30BASF Future Business GmbH
 Materials: Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
11:00Rutgers University
 Materials: Conductive Materials
11:25NanoMas Technologies
11:50Sun Chemical
12:15SSCP CO.
14:00Chisso Petrochemical co.
 Materials: Meta-Materials
14:25Imperial College London
 Materials: Material Scarcity
14:50H.C. Starck Inc
16:00University of Augsburg
 Materials: The Big Need: Barrier/ Encapsulation Materials
16:25Vitex Systems Inc

Track 3

 Printing:Roll-to-Roll Printed Electronics: Co-Deposition of Components
 Printing: Breakthrough in Room Temperature Cure
08:55NovaCentrix Corp
 Printing: Digital Printing Breakthroughs
11:00FUJIFILM Dimatix
09:20Optomec Inc
11:25imaging Technology international (iTi)
11:50Asahi Kasei Chemicals
 Process/Inspection/Testing Systems
14:00Northfield Automation Systems Inc
 Printing: Conformal/Flexible Displays
16:25CDT Limited
14:25DuPont Displays

Wednesday December 03, 2008

Thin, Flexible Printed Batteries (14:50 - 17:10)

14:50 - 15:15 "Thin, Printed, Flexible Batteries"
15:15 - 16:20 "Organic radical battery"
  • Organic radical battery is a new class of rechargeable battery using charge storage plastic.
  • Bendable battery can be fabricated because flexible polymer is used as the electrode material. .
  • Organic radical batteries are considered suitable power sources for plastic electronics.
15:40 Break
16:20 - 16:45 "Ultrathin Flexible Rechargeable Micro Energy Cell (MEC"TM") for embedding in Printed Electronics Applications"
  • Infinite Power Solutions is supplying a postage stamp sized energy storage device to makers of thin-film and Organic PhotoVoltaic cell arrays, with efficient acceptance and storage of PV generated currents even down to room lighting levels;
  • Perfectly suited for harvesting of RF, Heat, Light, or Kinetic Energy, in any combination, the cell essentially lasts forever;
  • The cell is packaged to be compatible with any attachment or lamination process, and permanently embedded into any autonomous managed energy platform.
16:45 - 17:10 "Emerging technologies and market opportunities in thin-film batteries"
  • The increasing prevalence of smart cards, RF devices, remote sensors and implantable medical devices is driving demand for smaller, flexible energy storage technologies.
  • Different battery types, such as primary zinc/manganese dioxide and primary and secondary lithium chemistries, are battling to find niches which suit their cost and performance profiles.
  • The micro power market is unlike any other battery market, characterized by huge unit shipments in the billions each year, but at tiny unit prices measured in cents instead of dollars - this talk will delve into the key aspects of what it will take to be successful in this space.
America's largest event on printed and thin film electronics. With over 80 exhibitors and more than 800 delegates anticipated - the whole industry will be at this event. Will you?