Companies, researchers will present latest developments, applications.
David Savastano, Editor04.05.16
LOPEC 2016, the 8th International Exhibition and Conference for the Organic and Printed Electronics Industry, is opening today at Messe Munich, with some leading manufacturers on hand to discuss how flexible and printed electronics is being used to differentiate their products and benefit consumers.
Organized by the OE-A and Messe Munich, LOPEC 2016 will begin with talks by leaders from Audi AG, Sumitomo Chemical and adidas, before breaking into tracks focusing on leading topics in the field.
The conference will open with the Plenary Session. After introductory remarks by Wolfgang Mildner, founder and CEO of MSW, the Plenary Session will hear from Dr. Werner Thomas, project manager for innovation projects for Audi AG, who will discuss “OLED Technology in Automotive Lighting.”
Ikuzo Ogawa, managing executive officer, Sumitomo Chemical, will follow with “Printed Electronics Materials and Their Applications.” Burkhard Dümler, directo
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