Once launched as an initiative of the OE-A Demonstrator Working Group, the goal of the annual OE-A Competition is to encourage young engineers and scientists as well as companies and designers to develop a vision of future applications incorporating organic and printed electronics.
OE-A Competition 2018
OE-A Competition 2018 showed many printed electronics products
19/03/18 17 projects were submitted from 9 countries
Best Prototype / New Product 2018
19/03/18 Here are the results of the Prototype / New Product 2018 category.
Best Freestyle Demonstrator 2018
19/03/18 Here are the results of the Freestyle Demonstrator 2018 category.
Best Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator 2018
19/03/18 Here are the results of the Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator 2018 category.
Best Printed Electronics Vision 2018
19/03/18 Here are the results of the Printed Electronics Vision 2018 category.
OE-A Competition 2019
Take part in the OE-A Competition 2019
New ideas, prototypes, and designs in the area of organic and printed electronics are what the OE-A is looking for in its annual competition. Following the huge success during past LOPECs, the OE-A launched the OE-A Competition 2019.
OE-A Demonstrator News
The Future of Printed Electronics Products – Interactive Cover Page (Demonstrator)
The integration of thin and flexible electronics opens up new possibilities for classically printed products. Light, sound, displays, power or sensors can be integrated into traditional print products like journals, brochures or packaging, thereby enhancing their functionality. Interactive print products provide additional functionality and new possibilities for industries such as advertising.
OE-A Competition for Multifunctional Demonstrators 2013
Following the huge success at LOPE-C 2012, we will once again launch the OE-A competition for multifunctional demonstrators. Please note: The deadline to hand in the application form was October 29, 2012.
OE-A Demonstrator Projects and Competition 2005 - 2015
Organic and Printed Electronics has high potential for multiple applications. The target of the OE-A Demonstrator Group is to illustrate the potential of this emerging technology and to foster cooperation among OE-A members.