Special Symposium (2015)

Venue: Printable Electronics Seminar Stage in the Exhibition Hall

Advanced Printed Electronics Technology Seminar *Japanese only
Advanced Printed Electronics Consortium/ Flexible Electronics Research Center (FLEC)
Date & Time:
January 28th (Wed.) 11:00~16:10
Admission Fee:
Time Title
11:00-11:20 Screen-offset printing
- A new printing method that can maximize the potential of screen printing-
11:20-11:30 Introduction of our polyimide film and stretchable silver paste
11:30-12:00 Invited Lecture Development of electronics and sensors by use of paper and printing technology
13:00-13:20 Defect Inspection of Organic Thin-Film Transistor Array by Charge-Modulation Spectroscopy
13:20-13:30 Soken’s effort about the development of conductive polymer
13:30-14:00 Invited Lecture Rheology and Slot Die Coating Technology * Language:English
Coating Tech Slot Dies Mark Miller
14:00-14:20 state-of-the-art Slot Die
14:20-14:40 Development of single micrometer-sized printing methods and its applications to non-planar surfaces
14:40-14:50 Commercial application of printing technology by Super Flexo Printing in place of photolithography - Challenge to breakthrough printing technology by Super Flexo
14:50-15:00 Screen Off-set Printing Method and Screen Pad Printing Method
15:00-15:20 Application of Super Fine Electroforming Technology for Printed Electronics
15:20-15:30 Low-temperature Bulk Formation from Copper Nano-particles via Cool Powder Sintering
15:30-15:50 Advanced Printed Electronics Consortium
- Discussion about the methodology which creates a PE-product and a PE-industry
15:50-16:10 Latest Trends in Printed Electronics Industry that Focused on International Standardization Activities (IEC/TC119)
OE-A Open Seminar "Organic and Printed Electronics: Production and Applications"
This Seminar gives an overview of the state-of-the-art in organic and printed electronics. Actual developments and products in materials, equipment, production and applications are covered. Presenting companies include Coatema, Thinfilm, Novasep, nanograde, Printed Electronics Limited, AIST, and VTT. The Session is organized by the OE-A, the international industry association for this emerging industry and a summary of the new OE-A Roadmap will be presented. www.oe-a.org
OE-A Organic and Printed Electronics Association
Date & Time:
January 30th (Fri.) 13:00~16:00
Admission Fee:
Time Title/Speaker/Company(Country)/Position Bullet Points
13:00-13:15 Organic and Printed Electronics - Introduction
Prof. Toshihide Kamata
Vice Chairman Asia OE-A Board
  • Roadmap
  • Demonstrators
  • Global Network
13:15-13:30 Printed Electronics
- Powering the Internet of Everything.

Dr. Peter Fischer
Thin Film Electronics ASA
Chief Product Officer 
  • Expanded IoE with printed electronics
  • NFC enabled smart labels
  • Partnering to build the future
13:30-13:45 Roll-to-roll manufactured paper-thin electronics enables integration into structures
Antti Kemppainen
VTT Technical Reserch Centre of Finland
Key Account Manager
  • full roll-to-roll manufacturing is possible for printed and hybrid manufacturing of paper-thin electronics
  • thin electronics can be integrated to structures like plastic mechanics, walls, windows etc
  • key applications enabled are in wearable, health, medical and diagnostics applications
13:45-14:00 When and Where to use Printed Electronics
Dr. Neil Chilton
Printed Electronics Limted
Technical Director
  • Using additive print techniques for interconnection and integration
  • Techniques for the production of printed electronic demonstrators
  • Summary of some key differentiators that printed and/or organic electronics can bring over conventional electronics
14:00-14:15 Advanced printing techniques for flexible device fabrication
Dr. Hirobumi Ushijima
Deputy director of Flexible Electronics Research Center
  • printing techniques with high resolution
  • Low damage and low temperature process
  • flexible connector
14:15-14:30 Advances in Photonic Curing
Stan Farnsworth
VP Marketing
  • Effective use of Simulation
  • Significance of Beam Uniformity
  • Integration with Quality Management Systems
14:30-14:45 New Production Technologies for Printed Electronics
Thomas Kolbusch
Coatema Coating Machinery
Vice President
  • High accuracy printing methods in combination with registration
  • Laser patterning of coated thin film layers
  • How to upscale from lab to fab
14:45-15:00 FUJIFILM Dimatix industrial inkjet efforts ​​in printable electronics of Japan​
Yasuhiko Maeda ​
FUJIFILM Global Graphic Systems
Customer Support Manager, Advanced Marking Business Division​
  • Introduction of F​UJIFILM​ industrial inkjet
  • ​Materials Printer DMP-2831​ ​​in printable electronics of Japan
  • New features​,​ ​recirculation inkjet hea​d
15:00-15:15 Organic Electronics Materials - Chemical production from laboratory to industrial scale
Udo Steinhauer
Market Director Fine Chemicals
  • Quick upscale of laboratory processes
  • Organic synthesis combined with industrial scale chromatography
  • Case study
15:15-15:30 Modern inks enabling new applications in printed electronics
Dr. Samuel Halim
nanograde AG
  • Inorganic inks can be printed at low temperature to form functional films
  • Flexibility in material choice is a giant leap forward
  • hybrid inks are suitable even for optical applications
15:30-15:45 Current Status and Innovative Products of Printed Electronics in Thailand: Printed Graphene Sensors Case Study
Dr. Adisorn Tuantranont
Thai Organic and Printed Electronics Innovation Center (TOPIC), NECTEC
  • Introduction of Thai Organic and Printed Electronics Innovation Center
  • Current activity and potential market of Printed Electronics in Thailand
  • Case Study of Printed Graphene Sensor for food and biomedical applications

Venue: Room 703, Conference Tower

Strategic Promotion of Innovative Research and Development (S-Innovation)
*Japanese only
Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
Strategic Promotion of Innovative Research and Development (S-Innovation)
Date & Time:
January 30th (Fri.) 13:00~17:00
Admission Fee:

* subject to change without notice.

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