Canadian companies, researchers will gather in Toronto to show commercial gains being made by PE.
David Savastano, Editor03.09.16
There is much research being done globally in the field of flexible and printed electronics, with most of the focus on Asia, Europe and the United States. However, Canada also has a strong story to tell when it comes to printed, flexible and wearable electronics.
Founded 18 months ago, the Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (CPEIA) is bringing together a network of end-users, manufacturers, researchers and universities to develop an ecosystem. One of the key opportunities is CPES2016, the second annual conference held by the CPEIA.
CPES2016 is being held April 19-20, 2016 at Sheridan College in Toronto. Peter Kallai, CPEIA’s president and CEO and co-chair of CPES, said this year’s conference will exceed last year’s successful inaugural event. He added that this year’s focus will be on industria
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