Dr Peter J. Slikkerveer, Director of Innovations at MpicoSys, will lecture at LOPE-C – Large-area Organic and Printed Electronics Convention – held in Munich, Germany on 19–21 June 2012.
The lecture entitled The Technical Challenges of Display Cards and Display Labels will start on Wednesday, June 20th at 12:00 P.M in Track 2 room 14b. The speech will focus on the card and label markets and their requirements. The challenges for realizing such products will be discussed, and a personal view on opportunities for organic and printed electronics will be presented.
Peter J. Slikkerveer worked from 1987 to 2004 at Philips Research Labs Eindhoven in the area of Materials and Processing Research. The projects he has been heading include studies towards the usage of printing technologies in the electronics manufacturing and the manufacturing of flexible displays. From 2004 he is leading in the research and development of miniature systems for smartcard and label applications, first at Philips, then at NXP Semiconductors and lately at MpicoSys, which company is dedicated to these markets.
LOPE-C – Large-area Organic and Printed Electronics Convention – is the official annual conference and exhibition of the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association). In the review of international observers, LOPE-C figures as the gateway to a new era: of organic and printed electronics. The event is hosted by the OE-A, and organized by Messe München International.
LOPE-C 2012 will cover the latest commercial and technological achievements in organic, inorganic and printed devices, systems and materials. LOPE-C represents the entire industrial value chain – from academic research to R&D to production to commercialization to end-user cultivation.
The LOPEC Conference is the world's leading specialist conference for printed electronics. It is a forum where the latest developments in business, technology and science are presented and discussed. It is a place where visitors can gain access to valuable insider knowledge and establish useful contacts.