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ALL PAST & FUTURE EVENTS AS WELL AS MASTERCLASSES WITH A SINGLE ANNUAL PASS

Printed, Hybrid, InMold, and 3D Electronics

9-10 March 2022
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Topics Covered

Printed | Flexible | Additive | Hybrid | 3D | Structural | R2R | InMold | Textiles | Stretchable | Conformal | Wearable | Package Level Electronics | Conductive, Dielectric and Adhesives Inks | LIFT | Inkjet | Advanced Screen Print | Electrohydrodynamic | Aerosol | Nanoimprint | HMI | Smart Skin Patches | Perovskite and Organic Photovoltaics| Flexible Substrates and Barriers | Printed Sensors and Actuators | Printed Displays | Low Temperature Attachment | Heat- and Photo-sintering |

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9 March 2022

TechBlick

Wednesday

Welcome & Introduction

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1:00pm

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Khasha Ghaffarzadeh

CEO

Welcome & Introduction

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1:00pm

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9 March 2022

Toppan

Wednesday

Highly bendable Inorganic TFT Array for Sensor Applications

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1:10pm

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Manabu Ito

Manager

Flexible thin film transistors (TFT) attract a lot of attention due to its applicability to foldable smartphones, IoT sensors, and photodetectors. For this application, organic TFT had been regarded as a most promising candidate thanks to its soft nature of the component materials. However, organic TFT suffers from its low mobility, poor stability and immature production process.
In this talk, we would like to introduce our highly bendable IGZO TFT. Without employing the neutral plane concept, the TFT can withstand one million times bending tests at a curvature radius of 1 mm for the first time. After one million times bending tests, any noticeable deterioration in device characteristics are not observed. We see a big potential for the application for flexible sensor devices.

All, Printed Electronics, InMold Electronics, Flexible Displays, Ultrathin IC and TFTs, Advanced Displays

Highly bendable Inorganic TFT Array for Sensor Applications

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1:10pm

Flexible thin film transistors (TFT) attract a lot of attention due to its applicability to foldable smartphones, IoT sensors, and photodetectors. For this application, organic TFT had been regarded as a most promising candidate thanks to its soft nature of the component materials. However, organic TFT suffers from its low mobility, poor stability and immature production process.
In this talk, we would like to introduce our highly bendable IGZO TFT. Without employing the neutral plane concept, the TFT can withstand one million times bending tests at a curvature radius of 1 mm for the first time. After one million times bending tests, any noticeable deterioration in device characteristics are not observed. We see a big potential for the application for flexible sensor devices.

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9 March 2022

Sunway Communications

Wednesday

The trend toward miniaturization and functional integration in the electronic industry is unbeaten

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1:33pm

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Nouhad Bachnak

Managing Director/Swiss Branch

Functional integration requires more and more interconnects to be realized in smallest space. 3D-MID offers solutions meeting both interconnect and space requirements.

The 3D-MID technology is currently in a phase of transformation; it just makes the jump from the usual conductor track widths of 100 to 200 micro-meters in the direction of 10 to 20 micro-meters. 100 to 10 isn’t an improvement, that’s a giant leap. This leap will allow to use 3D-MID on Chip- and IC-Substrate level for mass production and at lower costs.

The current status and new developments of 3D-MID technology at Sunway Communication will be shown in this presentation"

All, Printed Electronics, 3D Printed Electronics, 3D Electronics, InMold Electronics

The trend toward miniaturization and functional integration in the electronic industry is unbeaten

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1:33pm

Functional integration requires more and more interconnects to be realized in smallest space. 3D-MID offers solutions meeting both interconnect and space requirements.

The 3D-MID technology is currently in a phase of transformation; it just makes the jump from the usual conductor track widths of 100 to 200 micro-meters in the direction of 10 to 20 micro-meters. 100 to 10 isn’t an improvement, that’s a giant leap. This leap will allow to use 3D-MID on Chip- and IC-Substrate level for mass production and at lower costs.

The current status and new developments of 3D-MID technology at Sunway Communication will be shown in this presentation"

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9 March 2022

Elephantech

Wednesday

Electronic component fabrication with inkjet additive manufacturing.

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1:56 pm

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Masaaki Sugimoto

Co-Founder

Elephantech Inc. is a start-up that manufactures and sells Flex PCB that are manufactured in an environmentally friendly manner by utilizing inkjet printing and copper plating under the mission of “Making the world sustainable with new manufacturing technologies”.
Moving forward, we will work not only on Flex PCB manufacturing but also on printing a wide variety of functions such as 3D wiring formation or sensor production through a method in which digital data is used to layer various materials only on necessary parts.
We will realize a sustainable future by spreading our environmentally friendly technology that has been optimized by digital technologies.

In this presentation, I would like to introduce our newly developed interconnections using nickel nano-ink, show the progress of EMI shield manufacturing technology for electronic components, and present the results of our fine-line fabrication trials combined with laser ablation and optical patterning.

All, Printed Electronics, InMold Electronics, 3D Electronics, InMold

Electronic component fabrication with inkjet additive manufacturing.

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1:56 pm

Elephantech Inc. is a start-up that manufactures and sells Flex PCB that are manufactured in an environmentally friendly manner by utilizing inkjet printing and copper plating under the mission of “Making the world sustainable with new manufacturing technologies”.
Moving forward, we will work not only on Flex PCB manufacturing but also on printing a wide variety of functions such as 3D wiring formation or sensor production through a method in which digital data is used to layer various materials only on necessary parts.
We will realize a sustainable future by spreading our environmentally friendly technology that has been optimized by digital technologies.

In this presentation, I would like to introduce our newly developed interconnections using nickel nano-ink, show the progress of EMI shield manufacturing technology for electronic components, and present the results of our fine-line fabrication trials combined with laser ablation and optical patterning.

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9 March 2022

Clayens

Wednesday

Plastronics – a short introduction

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2:19pm

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Didier Muller

Responsable R&D

Plastronics is a new branch of the electronics industry, setting the electronic circuitry directly at the surface of plastic parts, or inside its structure.
The different processes of the plastronics (LDS, 2K molding, IME, …) gives possibilities to designers and engineers, depending upon the kind of application: antenna, HMI, lighting, sensors etc.
For customers and users, it permits new experience: surfaces, shapes, and aspects.
After highlighting some key manufacturing processes and their possibilities and limits, this presentation will show potential or existing applications. As a conclusion, we will raise some key challenges and hard points the plastronics is facing, such standardization, recycling, …

All, Printed Electronics, InMold Electronics, 3D Electronics, Sensors

Plastronics – a short introduction

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2:19pm

Plastronics is a new branch of the electronics industry, setting the electronic circuitry directly at the surface of plastic parts, or inside its structure.
The different processes of the plastronics (LDS, 2K molding, IME, …) gives possibilities to designers and engineers, depending upon the kind of application: antenna, HMI, lighting, sensors etc.
For customers and users, it permits new experience: surfaces, shapes, and aspects.
After highlighting some key manufacturing processes and their possibilities and limits, this presentation will show potential or existing applications. As a conclusion, we will raise some key challenges and hard points the plastronics is facing, such standardization, recycling, …

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9 March 2022

Networking Break - Meet Speakers

Wednesday

Break Meet The Speakers In The Lounge

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2:42pm

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Break Meet The Speakers In The Lounge

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9 March 2022

Sateco XT

Wednesday

Molded elastic sensors: from scale-up to commercialization

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3:12pm

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Daniel Haefliger

CEO

While stretchable electronics is most commonly realized by printing, this presentation shows an alternative approach using proven elastomer molding technology. The design and manufacturing of a soft capacitive sensor is shown which can continuously measure both touch and compressive force. It can be shaped three-dimensionally, and is suitable for various applications such as automotive, VR, AR, gaming, robotics, medical technology and general industry.

The sensor is made of silicone. It's footprint and dimensions can be freely designed. This enables an ergonomic design of input devices, prostheses and exoskeletons both on small and large surfaces. Silicone is gentle on the skin, and is chemical and temperature-resistant with regard to food.

Validation of the sensor is performed by durability tests including up to 500,000 load cycle and rough environmental conditions of +85°C and -40°C. Various use cases towards commercial use are under way, of which some can be communicated here. Samples including evaluation electronics are available in a starter kit and enable a quick and uncomplicated start into the new technology for everyone.

All, Printed Elecronics, Stretchable Electronics, 3D Electronics, InMold Electronics

Molded elastic sensors: from scale-up to commercialization

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3:12pm

While stretchable electronics is most commonly realized by printing, this presentation shows an alternative approach using proven elastomer molding technology. The design and manufacturing of a soft capacitive sensor is shown which can continuously measure both touch and compressive force. It can be shaped three-dimensionally, and is suitable for various applications such as automotive, VR, AR, gaming, robotics, medical technology and general industry.

The sensor is made of silicone. It's footprint and dimensions can be freely designed. This enables an ergonomic design of input devices, prostheses and exoskeletons both on small and large surfaces. Silicone is gentle on the skin, and is chemical and temperature-resistant with regard to food.

Validation of the sensor is performed by durability tests including up to 500,000 load cycle and rough environmental conditions of +85°C and -40°C. Various use cases towards commercial use are under way, of which some can be communicated here. Samples including evaluation electronics are available in a starter kit and enable a quick and uncomplicated start into the new technology for everyone.

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9 March 2022

Arkema-Piezotech

Wednesday

Printed piezoelectric materials: review of applications from sensing to actuation to energy harvesting.

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3:35pm

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Mickaël Pruvost

Marketing & Development Manager

Piezoelectric polymers are the most promising electroactive materials with outstanding properties that can be integrated into a variety of flexible electronic devices. Their multifunctional capabilities, bending ability, ease of processing and chemical stability make them attractive for applications in sensors, actuators and energy harvesting. At Arkema, we synthesize piezoelectric fluoropolymers under the name Piezotech that offer endless possibilities to revolutionize our daily lives and make real advances in the electronics, medical, automotive and smart surfaces industries.
The presentation will provide an overview of Piezotech products and their capabilities with a focus on main applications.

All, Printed Electronics, Stretchable Electronics, Haptics, Sensors

Printed piezoelectric materials: review of applications from sensing to actuation to energy harvesting.

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3:35pm

Piezoelectric polymers are the most promising electroactive materials with outstanding properties that can be integrated into a variety of flexible electronic devices. Their multifunctional capabilities, bending ability, ease of processing and chemical stability make them attractive for applications in sensors, actuators and energy harvesting. At Arkema, we synthesize piezoelectric fluoropolymers under the name Piezotech that offer endless possibilities to revolutionize our daily lives and make real advances in the electronics, medical, automotive and smart surfaces industries.
The presentation will provide an overview of Piezotech products and their capabilities with a focus on main applications.

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9 March 2022

Nagase ChemteX

Wednesday

Recent Trends of Conductive Inks for Printed Electronics

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3:58pm

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Alan Brown

Business Development Manager - PE

All, Printed Electronics, Stretchable Electronics, Sensors, Conductive Ink, Biosensors, Advanced Materials

Recent Trends of Conductive Inks for Printed Electronics

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3:58pm

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9 March 2022

LIVE Exhibition

Wednesday

Live Exhibition In The Lounge

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4:21pm

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Live Exhibition In The Lounge

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4:21pm

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9 March 2022

VTT

Wednesday

Taking the accuracy of printed electronics beyond 1µm

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4:36pm

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Jaakko Leppäniemi

Senior Scientist, Project Manager

UltraFineLine Printing, Nanoimprinting, Printed Electronics, All

Taking the accuracy of printed electronics beyond 1µm

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4:36pm

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9 March 2022

Kodak

Wednesday

Designing a transparent multi-band antenna for additive manufacturing

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4:41pm

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Chris OConnor

Vice President

Printed Electronics, UltraFineLine Printing, All

Designing a transparent multi-band antenna for additive manufacturing

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4:41pm

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9 March 2022

Asada Mesh

Wednesday

Pushing the performance limit of screen printing to sub-30um range

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4:46pm

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Fernando Zicarelli

North America Business Manager

UltraFineLine Printing, Printed Electroncis, All

Pushing the performance limit of screen printing to sub-30um range

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4:46pm

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9 March 2022

TNO at Holst Centre

Wednesday

Impulse Printing™

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4:51pm

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Rob Hendriks

Program Lead

Printed Electronics, 3D Electronics, UltraFineLine Printing, All, InMold Electronics

Impulse Printing™

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4:51pm

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9 March 2022

Coatema

Wednesday

Integrated turnkey R2R line with digital and analog printing

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4:56pm

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Thomas Kolbusch

Director Sales, Marketing, Technology, VP

Printed Electronics, OPV, Batteries and Fuel Cells, All, Advanced Materials

Integrated turnkey R2R line with digital and analog printing

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4:56pm

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9 March 2022

Copprint

Wednesday

Solderable conductive copper paste

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5:01pm

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Ofer Shochet

Copprint logo
CEO and Founder

Printed Electronics, Conductive Ink, All, Advanced Materials

Solderable conductive copper paste

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5:01pm

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9 March 2022

LIVE Exhibition

Wednesday

Live Exhibition In The Lounge

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5:06pm

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Live Exhibition In The Lounge

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5:06pm

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9 March 2022

NeoTech

Wednesday

Scaling up 3D printed electronics

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5:26pm

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Martin Hedges

Managing Director

3D Printed Electronics, 3D Electronics, All, InMold Electronics

Scaling up 3D printed electronics

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5:26pm

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9 March 2022

SunRay Scientific

Wednesday

Advanced interconnect solutions for flexible hybrid electronics

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5:31pm

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John Yundt

Vice President of Sales and Business Development

Printed Electronics

Advanced interconnect solutions for flexible hybrid electronics

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5:31pm

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9 March 2022

Applied Materials

Wednesday

MicroLEDs: printing fine interconnects and wrap-around electrodes

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5:36pm

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Gaia Frandoli

Process Engineer

microLED, Printed Electronics, All, Advanced Displays

MicroLEDs: printing fine interconnects and wrap-around electrodes

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5:36pm

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9 March 2022

XTPL

Wednesday

Ultraprecise printed viscous silver inks for semiconductor packaging applications

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5:41pm

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Lukasz Kosior

Business Development Manager

Semiconductor Packaging, Printed Electronics, All

Ultraprecise printed viscous silver inks for semiconductor packaging applications

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5:41pm

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9 March 2022

Brewer Science

Wednesday

Deploying Printed Electronics for Water Quality Measurements

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5:46pm

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Adam Scotch

Tech Leader | Materials Scientist

Printed Electronics, All

Deploying Printed Electronics for Water Quality Measurements

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5:46pm

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9 March 2022

LIVE Exhibition

Wednesday

Live Exhibition In The Lounge

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5:51pm

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Live Exhibition In The Lounge

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9 March 2022

Agfa

Wednesday

Pushing the performance of silver nanoparticle inks for higher conductivity and lower curing temperature

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6:11pm

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Peter Willaert

Product Manager

Printed Electronics, Conductive Ink, All, Advanced Materials

Pushing the performance of silver nanoparticle inks for higher conductivity and lower curing temperature

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6:11pm