Sessions will focus on Biomedical Applications, Functional Materials, Internet of Things and more.
David Savastano, Editor03.13.18
LOPEC 2018 opens today at Messe Munchen. Organized by the OE-A, today’s program features an array of end users, material and equipment suppliers, researchers and more, showcasing the latest developments in printed, flexible and hybrid electronics.
Wolfgang Mildner, LOPEC general chair and founder/CEO of MSW, will open the Plenary Session, and will be followed by Dr. Heidi Fagerholm, head of advanced technologies, Merck KGaA, who will cover “350 Years of Innovation is Just the Beginning!”
Prof. Dr. Karl Leo of the Technische Universität Dresden (IAPP)will analyze “Novel Flexible Organic Devices for ‘Soft-Electronics’ Applications.” Dr. Leo will be followed by Francesca Rosella, chief creative director and co-founder of CUTECIRCUIT, who will discuss “CuteCircuit’s Pioneering Work, Transforming Wearable Technology into Fashion - 15 Years of Groundbreaking Fashion Innovation.”
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