The Cambridge UK conference focuses on new ways to make electronics, leveraging novel processes and new functional materials to provide electronic functionality in thin, flexible and transparent designs.
The innoLAE 2020 Conference will be held on Jan. 21-22, 2020 at the Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre in Cambridge.
Since the first event in 2015, the innoLAE conference and exhibition has accelerated innovation and commercialization in the sector by bringing together the technical and business communities to exchange information and publicize new commercial developments and technology breakthroughs.
Now, five events later, the event has outgrown two venues and continues to attract an equal balance of academic and industrial participants and a growing international audience.
The conference focus is on the emerging industry of Large-Area Electronics, a new way of making electronics that includes printed, flexible and hybrid electronics for applications such as lighting, displays, energy conversion and storage, sensors and components, integrated smart systems and bioelectronics.
The EPSRC Centre, led by the University of Cambridge, recognizes the potential for significant further development of the innoLAE conference and exhibition, whilst maintaining its tried and tested approach.
IMI Europe will partner with the EPSRC Centre for the delivery of the January 2020 event and will take over full responsibility for the delivery of the 2021 event and beyond. The innoLAE Programme Committee comprising international representatives of the LAE community from industry and academia will provide continuity with prior events, inviting speakers from academia and industry and selecting papers for presentation from the Call for Papers.
“I am delighted to welcome IMI Europe as our delivery partner for innoLAE,” said Chris Rider, CIMLAE director and innoLAE 2020 Conference Chair. “IMI Europe has a long and successful track record of delivering international conferences and training events. Its experience in the adjacent field of digital printing is highly relevant to the LAE sector. I feel sure that innoLAE attendees will find IMI Europe’s ideas for the future development of the innoLAE event both compelling and attractive.”
“We are excited to make our first venture into an adjacent technology area with innoLAE,” added Tim Phillips, managing director IMI Europe. “IMI Europe has 20 years of experience in technology event organization and delivery, mostly in the field of inkjet printing, and my own research background in displays and semiconductors means the large area electronics field is of great interest. We look forward to adding this event to our portfolio and continuing to deliver a successful event in the future.”