Large Area Electronics: addressing the applications challenge

On 18th December 2012 CIKC hosted a showcase of recent progress towards the commercial application of large-area electronics at the Hauser Forum, Cambridge.

At this seminar, leading speakers from industry and academia described the challenges and opportunities for new low temperature manufacturing techniques in photonics and electronics as they transition from the laboratory to the marketplace.

The event was very successful with 130 delegates attending from 50 different companies and Universities.

An article about the event has appeared in Printed Electronics World.

The presentations from the day are available to view on the new CIKC website by following the links below and some of the photos of the event are available  here.

Programme

10.00

 CIKC present and future Chris Rider Director CIKC

10.15

 High value manufacturing of low cost electronics Scott White Pragmatic Printing Ltd

10.40

 Inkjet-printing of Graphene and 2d-materials: a new platform for cheap, flexible and transparent electronics Dr Felice Torrisi

10.55

 Printable liquid crystal lasers Dr Damian Gardiner

11.10

 Break

11.30

 New applications of flexible displays Dr Guillaume Fichet Plastic Logic Ltd

11.55

 High performance polymer waveguide interconnects Prof Richard Penty

12.20

 Taking industrial innovation to market in Printed Electronics. Work at the CPI National Printable Electronics Centre Dr Tom Taylor CPI Ltd

12.40

 Lunch

13.45

 Development of organic photovoltaic modules for off-grid applications Dr Michael Niggemann Eight19 Ltd

14.10

 High performance printed organic transistor circuits Prof Henning Sirringhaus

14.35

 Laminated electro-active foils for the built environment  Prof Daping Chu

15.00

 Break

15.25

 How to detect a single virus Dr Andrew Flewitt

15.50

  Printable electronics  Chris Jones Novalia Ltd