Topics include biomedical applications, lighting, 3D structural electronics, energy, smart and hybrid systems and manufacturing.
The main session of LOPEC 2019, organized by the OE-A, opens today at Messe Munich, with a host of presentations as well as a busy exhibit hall. New technologies will be the highlight, as speakers will focus on a range of topics, from biomedical applications, lighting, 3D structural electronics, energy, smart and hybrid systems and manufacturing. Meanwhile, the scientific sessions will look at materials, circuit design, devices and processes.
The March 20 Plenary Session will include:
• LOPEC general chair Wolfgang Mildner, founder and CEO of MSW.
• Dr. Erhard Barho, head of functional surface solutions, Benecke-Hornschuch Surface Group – “Smart Surfaces Beyond Rubber: The Fusion of Printed Electronics and Mature Technologies Create New Value Propositions to Customers in Various Product Segments.”
• Sebastien Chaumiole, electronics leader, IBM – “Printed Electronics and AI - Foundation for an Enhanced Connected Life Exp
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