Researchers are looking at the possibilities and challenges facing printed electronics, and are developing potential solutions.
David Savastano, Editor11.07.14
There have been some intriguing advances made in the field of printed electronics (PE) in recent years. Much of the work that is being conducted is on the university and research institute level, where researchers look at possibilities and challenges and develop potential solutions.
Dr. Jon Helliwell, director of printable electronics at CPI, the UK’s National Centre for Printable Electronics, said CPI’s focus is on development, scale-up and commercialization of printable electronics applications.
“CPI is equipped with an extensive range of assets specifically chosen and developed to allow clients to understand how their products and processes perform under pilot manufacturing conditions, and 2013 has proved to be a very busy year for CPI and its printable electronics platform,” Dr. Helliwell said.
Koen Snoeckx, communication manager at Holst Centre, an open-innovation R&D center set up in 2005 by imec (Belgium) and TNO (The Netherlands) that deve
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