Different industries are increasingly growing together and cooperating, driven in particular by digitization. More and more challenges can be met much more efficiently and effectively with a cross-industry approach. Messe München actively supports this connection between industries and business areas with its cross-industry activities.
What opportunities does printed electronics offer for different industries?
What applications and technologies are already on the market?
Top international experts from industry and research in the printed electronics industry will answer these questions in seminars and other cross-industry activities. For different industries directly on site at the trade fairs. All activities are organized jointly by the OE-A (Organic & Printed Electronics Association) and LOPEC.
Location: productronica - World's leading trade fair for electronics development and manufacturing
Website: productronica 2021
Date: November 16-19, 2021 | Messe München
From November 16-19, productronica 2021 will take place as a live event in Munich. At the joint booth of VDMA and OE-A in hall B2, booth 451, directly next to the Innovation Forum, visitors will learn more about the OE-A and its various services.
At the Innovation Forum in Hall B2, the content focus on two afternoons will be on printed electronics.
On Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, renowned speakers from industry and research will report on the latest products and developments in the field of printed electronics.
For more information and free one-day tickets to the trade show, please contact email@example.com .
Smart functional HMI surfaces with integrated touch sensors
Dr. Klaus Hecker, OE-A
Advancing automotive heating with printed PTC heating solutions
Aad van der Spuij, Henkel
Battery Safety Sensors
Lukas Würth, IEE
Tailored R2R machinery concepts for printed and large area electronics
Andrea Glawe, Kroenert
Printed Electronics made in Reel to Reel Production Lines
Christian Daschner, db-matik
Soldering SMT onto Polymer with SAC305 in Seconds: The New Reality
Thomas Veit, Merconic, on behalf of NovaCentrix
New challenges & testing solutions for flexible electronics
Wolfgang Mildner, MSWtech, on behalf of Bayflex Technologies
Digital NIR drying Technology to speed up drying and curing process of printed electronics and components
Gunther Ackermann, Lambda Technology
Conductive Copper ink printed for additive manufactoring of low cost and sustainable electric circuits and atennas
Dr. Ofer Sochet, Copprint
Introduction to Printed Electronics
Jan Krausmann, OE-A
Custom disposable medical electrodes with wireless data transfer
Antti Tauriainen, Screentec OYI
Stretchable soft electronics for biosensing
Prof. Jukka Hast, VTT
Printed Electronics with Sustainability in Mind
Dr. Manuela Di Base, COPT Center
Are flexible and hybrid electronic solutions more sustainable?
Dr. Vincent Barlier, PragmatIC
The pathway to a printed electronic Industry – Digital production – Artificial Intelligence for process performance improvement and sustainability in the production processes for coating, printing & laminating
Dr. Julian Koc-Richter, Coatema Coating Machinery
Fully Printed Integrated Circuits and Systems
Dr. Giorio Dell’Erba, FLEEP Technologies
Hybrid sensors to improve quality control for metalworks industry
Joao Manuel Silva, CeNTI - Centre for Nanotechnology and Smart Materials
Additive Manufacturing at the Nanoscale
Pascal Boncenne, Hummink