As LOPEC celebrates its 10th anniversary, speakers discuss the technology's growth over the decade, and where it is heading.
David Savastano, Editor03.13.18
This year, LOPEC is celebrating its 10th anniversary, which is a good time to look back on how printed and flexible electronics has changed in recent years, and where it is heading now. That was the theme of many of the speakers during LOPEC 2018's Business Conference, which featured looks back at the earlier predictions on printed technologies, as well as insights into where the technology is now and where it is likely heading.
The conference featured an opening talk by Peter Fischer of Thin Film Electronics, who also served as moderator. Dr. Fischer discussed "Manufacturing Innovations to Scale Printed Electronics Enabling the Internet of Everything.”
The Business Conference then moved to a session on “End-User Applications and Requirements,” beginning with Prof. Dr. Ana Claudia Arias of University of California Berkeley, who covered “Flexible MRI Coils for Pediatric Patients: From Materials to Market.”
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