Sessions will include Flexible Displays & Lighting, Wearable Electronics, Automotive & Aerospace, IoT, Devices and more.
David Savastano, Editor03.29.17
With topics ranging from flexible displays and lighting, wearables, automotive and aerospace, Internet of Things (IoT), devices, substrates and encapsulation, and much more, the closing session of LOPEC 2017 has a great deal of information for attendees.
Wolfgang Mildner, LOPEC general chair and founder/CEO of MSW, willonce again welcome attendees to the Plenary Session, and will be followed by Dr. Giovanni Nisato, business and technology development senior manager for CSEM, who will cover “Printed Sensors: Approaches from Consumer Health to Lifesciences.”
Jennifer Y.C. Lin, associate VP of advanced technology research center, AU Optronics, will discuss “Toward Flexible Future of Electronics.” Dr. Melissa Grupen-Shemansky, CTO SEMI/FlexTech, is next, with her talk on “Collaboration and the Development of a Flexible Hybrid Electronics Ecosystem.” ISORG founder and CEO Jean-Yves Gomez will close the Plenary Session with a talk on &ldq
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