David Savastano, Editor04.16.13
As Printed Electronics Europe 2013, organized by IDTechEx, heads into its second day on April 18 for its two-day conference at the International Congress Centrum (ICC) in Berlin, Germany, attendees will be learning about the strides being made in the market place and in the labs.
Track 1 covers the world of Manufacturing, starting with three talks on Breakthroughs in Conductive Inks. Dr. Louis Bollens of ESMA begins with his talk on "Conductive Low Cost Ink Processes Enable Printed Electronics Applications." Dr. Bollens will be followed by Dr .Gunther Dreezen, technical manager, Henkel Electronic Materials Belgium NV, wo will present on "Henkel Innovative Ink Technologies: Transparent Conductors, Fine Line Inks and PTC Heating Inks," which will cover fine-line screen printable and halogen free electrically conductive ink designed for touch screen applications.
"Latest Advances in Lower Cost High Performance Functional Inks" is the topic of the talk b
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