Wednesday, March 6, 2024: 15:00–16:00 at the LOPEC Forum in the foyer of the ICM
Applications for printed electronics range from solar energy, medicine and pharmaceuticals, logistics, printing and graphics to lighting, just to name a few.
The potential impact of printed electronics is very broad and deep. Key features often cited in the production of printed electronics include additive, "smart" and low-temperature manufacturing processes that have a lower environmental impact than the production of conventional electronics.
The development of new large-scale solutions must not only be competitive in terms of functional performance, end-user customization and cost, but also meet an increasing number of environmental requirements.
Environmental sustainability and the circular economy are issues that clearly fall within the scope of corporate research and product development. In addition, large funding organizations such as the European Commission are co-funding research and development in functional electronics for an ecological circular economy.
The LOPEC 2024 Round Table discusses the challenges and upcoming transformation processes of the industry towards a more sustainable and eco-logical production of printed electronics:
The round table will be moderated by Dr. Giovanni Nisato, Managing Director, Innovation-Horizons (CH)
Notice: The LOPEC Round Table will always be held in English, there will be no simultaneous translation.