David Savastano, Editor12.06.12
As Printed Electronics USA 2012 heads into its second day at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA, attendees will have the opportunity to hear about opportunities in a number of different disciplines from leaders in the field of printed electronics (PE).
There are five concurrent tracks being offered today. Track 1 covers Sensor Technology, Barrier Film – New Progress and Logic and Memory. Track 2 focuses on Quantum Materials, Energy Storage – Gold Rush, Actuators/Sound, Paper Electronics, Flexible and Stretchable Electronics and Energy Harvesting. Track 3 looks at Displays, Future of Transparent Conductors, and Printed Conductors.
Track 4 is the Manufacturing Track, including topics such as 3D Printing and Printed Electronics Manufacturing. Track 5 returns to Graphene LIVE!, and also analyzes Carbon Nanotubes, Functional Inks and Manufacturing and Composites.
The conference then closes with a trio of keynote talks.
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