LOPEC (world's leading exhibition and conference for organic electronics and printed electronics) 2014 invites you to submit an abstract for the Scientific Conference. For the first time in 2014, there will also be a Call for Presentations for the Technical and Business Conference. We encourage all experts active in the field of large-area, organic electronics and printed electronics to present at LOPEC 2014!
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The 5th LOPE-C (the leading exhibition and conference for organic electronics and printed electronics) has established itself as an international market place for printed electronics: With specific applications, successful business deals and an intensive dialog between industry, economy and research. The International Exhibition and Conference for Organic and Printed Electronics in Munich drew to a very successful close with some 1,800 participants from around 40 countries.
LOPEC is the world's leading exhibition and conference for the rapidly growing market for organic electronics and printed electronics. LOPEC 2014 will take place in Munich from May 26 to 28, 2014.
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The new 120-page White Paper `OE-A Roadmap for Organic and Printed Electronics, 5th edition´ which includes a detailed presentation of the OE-A Roadmap for Organic and Printed Electronics has been published and is now available!
This paper serves as input to the Horizon2020 priority setting process of the European Commission and has been compiled in cooeration with the photonics Unit of DG CONNECT, European Commission, the OE-A and the EU project COLAE and major stakeholders from industry and academia.
Organic electronics and printed electronics is being employed in more and more mass-produced items. Pioneers in this area are the automotive and pharmaceutical industries, consumer electronics as well as packaging producers.
International Standardization of Organic Electronics and Printed Electronics has been started by IEC. The new Technical Committee TC 119 'Printed Electronics' is chaired by Alan Hodgson. The OE-A has been supporting IEC-TC119 from the start!
The OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) Group on LinkedIn now has more than 1,000 participants!