OE-A News Highlights
Free of charge hands-on Workshop for students
29/11/18 Learn how to print and characterize diodes on March 19, 2019 in Munich (DE)
Conference on Organic and Printed Electronics in Dubai
28/11/18 Organized by MasarPrint, Dubai Media Inc. and OE-A in Dubai, UA on January 29-30, 2019
OE-A presents its initiative on sustainability at innoLAE 2019
28/11/18 Joint OE-A & LOPEC stand and OE-A presentation in Cambridge, UK on January 22-23, 2019
Organic and Printed Electronics meets Avionics
06/11/18 Workshop on connecting printed electronics and the aviation industry on December 10-11 in Hamburg, Germany
New Cooperation with IOP Publishing
06/11/18 FPE Journal from IOP Publishing is now the official academic journal endorsed by the OE-A
Organic and Printed Electronics Industry expects an increase of 9 percent in sales revenue in 2018
06/11/18 For OE-A members the growth trend of this international industry remains stable
OE-A brings the future of printed electronics to CES 2019
09/10/18 Visit the joint pavilion and attend the OE-A conference track on January 9-12, 2019 in Las Vegas, USA
Printed electronics defining the future at electronica 2018
09/10/18 OE-A exhibition and sessions in Munich, Germany at November 13-16
OE-A Working Group Sustainability publishes Regulatory Framework
06/09/18 A guiding document for the TOLAE industry on regulations, directives and standards
> January 2017
LOPEC News Highlights
LOPEC 2018 - Call for Papers
Present your latest research results, business models, developments, or products at LOPEC Conference 2018
LOPEC 2018: 3D-printed circuits and more
Printed electronics and 3D-printing systems are coming together and enabling new applications. The current state of this technology and its potential are a hot topic at LOPEC 2018, March 13 -15.
LOPEC 2018 and drinktec 2017 in Munich - Intelligent packaging for the beverage industry
The global market for intelligent packaging with printed electronic components is growing rapidly.
LOPEC 2017: Printed electronics are revolutionizing vehicle manufacturing
Printed and organic electronic components give vehicle designers previously unimagined possibilities, enable a higher level of sustainability, and also help to reduce the automotive industry’s manufacturing costs.
LOPEC 2017 in Munich: Printed electronics reaches new dimensions
Record numbers reflect the industry’s growth: More exhibitors, more space, more visitors
LOPEC 2017: Experience the world of printed electronics
This one of a kind blend of exhibition and conference will be complemented by an all-encompassing supporting program.