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LOPEC to showcase latest thinking in printed electronics

LOPEC to showcase latest thinking in printed electronics
The tenth edition of LOPEC will take place in Munich during March 2018. The two-day exhibition (March 14–15) and three-day conference (March 13–15) will provide attendees and delegates with the perfect opportunity to keep right up to date with all the latest developments in printed electronics. LOPEC is unique in providing visitors and delegates with the chance to see and discuss every aspect of printed electronics as it covers the entire value chain - from research and development to specific applications and the commercial potential made possible by its adoption.
27th November 2017

Printed electronics industry expected to rise

Printed electronics industry expected to rise
The signs continue to be set for growth in the organic and printed electronics industry. This is the clear message to result from the latest business climate survey conducted by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), a Working Group within VDMA (Mechanical Engineering Industry Association). Over 80% of survey participants expect the industry to continue its positive development in the coming year.
13th November 2017

Dynamic templates critical to printable electronics

Dynamic templates critical to printable electronics
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed bio-inspired dynamic templates used to manufacture organic semiconductor materials that produce printable electronics. It uses a process similar to biomineralisation—the way that bones and teeth form. This technique is also eco-friendly compared with how conventional electronics are made, which gives the researchers the chance to return the favor to nature.
13th July 2017


Discover challenges for printed electronics at LOPEC 2017

Discover challenges for printed electronics at LOPEC 2017
Organic and printed electronics have become established in many important industry sectors. From the Internet of Things, consumer electronics and healthcare to automotive, smart packaging and buildings – printed electronics is now used in numerous products and industries worldwide. This is one of the central results of the seventh edition of the Roadmap published by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), a working group within VDMA, on display at LOPEC 2017.
30th March 2017

Printed, organic and flexible electronics forecasts and opportunities

Printed, organic and flexible electronics forecasts and opportunities
A report providing a comprehensive view on market data; market and technology appraisal and case studies, on the complete picture for printed, flexible and organic electronics has been published, additionally giving detailed ten year forecasts by device type. The market is analysed by territory, printed vs. non-printed, rigid vs. flexible, inorganic vs. organic, cost of materials vs. process cost and much more.
16th January 2017

Specialists gather to talk 3D printing electronics

Specialists gather to talk 3D printing electronics
  Gathering at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, internationally renowned specialists will be discussing the latest developments, challenges and prospects of 3D printing electronics, on 24th January 2017.
16th January 2017

Driving comfort innovations to be showcased at LOPEC 2017

Driving comfort innovations to be showcased at LOPEC 2017
The LOPEC exhibition will be taking place in Munich, Germany from 28th-30th March 2017, providing information on the latest products, technologies and trends in printed electronics. This year, the automotive industry will be one of the focal points of the international exhibition and conference. 
12th January 2017

Hidden images created with commercial inkjet printers

Hidden images created with commercial inkjet printers
Researchers have developed a way to use commercial inkjet printers and readily available ink to print hidden images that are only visible when illuminated with appropriately polarised waves in the terahertz region of the electromagnetic spectrum. The inexpensive method could be used as a type of invisible ink to hide information in otherwise normal-looking images, making it possible to distinguish between authentic and counterfeit items, for example.
9th December 2016

Stamping creates functional features at the nanoscale

Stamping creates functional features at the nanoscale
  Engineers at MIT have invented a fast, precise printing process that may make such electronic surfaces an inexpensive reality. In a paper published in Science Advances, the researchers report that they have fabricated a stamp made from forests of carbon nanotubes that is able to print electronic inks onto rigid and flexible surfaces.
8th December 2016

Spray printed crystals will speed applications for organic electronics

University of Surrey scientists reckon the time has come to replace traditionally used silicon with printable organic semiconductor inks. This technology, they say,  is ideal for applications that need to be flexible, lightweight, wearable and low-cost.
22nd November 2016


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