A week full of Printed Electronics activities in China

05.09.2017 | id:503069


Successful OE-A Working Group meeting and various events in the Changzhou/Shanghai on October 23-27

The OE-A knows how important it is to expand the printed electronics network internationally, also in Asia. Therefore, the OE-A organized unique opportunities in October to exchange the latest developments of printed electronics and to network with the finest experts of this industry. Besides the OE-A organized its Asia Working Group Meeting for the first time in China, there were various events in the Changzhou/Shanghai area to take part in on October 23-27. 

 
8th OE-A Asian Working Group Meeting 
On October 23, the OE-A organized its 8th Asian Working Group Meeting in Changzhou, China. Hosted by the Changzhou Institute of Printed Electronics Industry (CZIPEI) and supported by the Printed Electronics and Intelligent Packaging Consortium (PEIPC) as well as the Industry Association of Printed Electronics (IAPE), the meeting included various presentations on smart packaging by end-user companies such as YUTO Packaging and Jinjia Group. An overview of the Chinese printed electronics landscape was also provided. Furthermore, there was a company tour to CZIPEI, Printed Electronics Co., Ltd. as well as a networking dinner. 
 
International Smart Packaging Symposium
Following OE-A’s meeting, on October 24 the ‘International Smart Packaging Symposium’ took place in Changzhou, China. Organized by CZIPEI, the OE-A gave a keynote presentation on the OE-A Roadmap for Organic and Printed Electronics. 
 
FPE China
During October 25-27, the ‘Printed and Flexible Electronics China’ (FPE China) took place in Suzhou (Shanghai area), China - organized by OE-A members Suzhou Institute of Nanotech - PERC. Also here the OE-A gave a keynote presentation about organic and printed electronics and OE-A members were offered to present as well. 
Read article by Suzhou Institute of Nanotech - PERC
 
OE-A's activities in Asia are an integral part of the international network that enhances the interaction between leading global member companies and institutes. In addition, the OE-A conducts frequent roundtables and working group meetings, for its members in Asia to advance the emerging industry of organic and printed electronics in Asia as well as worldwide. The OE-A is furthermore in close contact with local networks and associations and cooperates on tradeshows and conferences in Asia.
 
Verstraelen, Sophie Isabel
Verstraelen, Sophie Isabel