End users, printed manufacturers, suppliers and researchers will present latest findings today.
David Savastano, Editor04.06.16
After a successful opening day, LOPEC 2016, the 8th International Exhibition and Conference for the Organic and Printed Electronics Industry, concludes today at Messe Munich in Munich, Germany. The trade show, organized by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) and Messe Munich, will feature a strong mix of end users, printed electronics, key suppliers, researchers and universities.
After introductory remarks by Wolfgang Mildner, founder and CEO of MSW, the Plenary Session will hear from Dr. Xiolin Yan, CTO and SVP, TCL Corporation Ltd., who will offer insights into “Mainland China Display Industry Technology Now and Future.” Prof. Henning Sirringhaus, University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory, will discuss Low-Temperature Organic and oxide Transistors Enabling Flexible Electronics.”
Steven Nietvelt, chief innovation and marketing officer, Cartamundi, will follow with “5000 years long we’ve been playing (board) games t
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