International Exhibition and Conference for Printed and Flexible Electronics
Be there when LOPEC—THE global meeting point for flexible, organic and printed electronics—opens its doors.
Printed electronics is one of the key technologies of the 21st century—whether in automotive, power generation, medical, pharmaceutical or everyday electronic devices. LOPEC (Large-area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention) brings together all the major players in the field under one roof.
LOPEC is the world's leading exhibition and convention for flexible and printed electronics. Year after year, it brings together leading players from application to research from all continents in the high-tech metropolis of Munich.
The combination of trade show and conference makes LOPEC a multifaceted experience of where one of the most exciting technologies of the future stands and what enormous potential it still holds.
exhibitors from 25 countries
visitors from 43 countries / regions
conference presentations from 22 countries
Be there when LOPEC—THE global meeting point for printed electronics—opens its doors. We will support you with professional advice on all aspects of your trade show participation. Contact us for more information about your opportunities as an exhibitor.
As a trade fair that covers a cross-section of the industry, LOPEC showcases current trends, presents innovative products, highlights new market opportunities for the industry and helps foster the development of new materials, manufacturing technologies and applications. This exclusive business platform is geared towards all areas of the industry including all manufacturers or end-users of this cutting-edge technology.
Get a comprehensive overview of the products and services of this year’s exhibitors.
The focus topic Smart Living shows how printed electronics enrich our everyday lives in many ways. The spectrum ranges from medicine and health to fitness, home comfort and energy generation.
In the mobility sector, the automobile is currently the main driver. LOPEC 2023 showed that in the near future vehicles will have more electronics on board than ever before, from touch panels and screens to sensors—which, for reasons of space alone, can only be realised in the form of printed electronics in the future.