Printed Electronics or how to imagine your electronic developments
Traditional electronics has long pushed the technical boundaries to allow the development of ever smaller and more efficient systems. Some limits remain difficult to overcome for traditional electronics, particularly problems related to the flexibility of the circuits and their weight.
The emergence of printed electronics makes it possible to overcome these limits by offering to produce electronic applications on flexible or 3D media. The use of these flexible supports reduces the weight of the systems while providing high flexibility to the circuits. The applications of printed electronics are diverse: IoT, OPV, OLED, antennas,...
Genes'Ink is partnering with Cap'Tronic to organize a technical workshop on the solutions provided by printed electronics. The purpose of this workshop is to familiarize attendees with the world of printed electronics by presenting its history, the state of the art and a demonstration session: from prototyping to series. Presentations will also provide an industrial vision of the possibilities and future developments of printed electronics.
The day will be divided into two parts:
- A morning conference led by experts from the various fields of printed electronics
- An afternoon of printing demonstration (Ink Jet and Screen printing) at Genes'Ink's offices.
- Mr. Philippe Pannier - Im2nP -
- Mr. Mohamed Saadaoui - EMSE - Printed sensors
- Genes'Ink - State of the art and the possibility of printed electronics
- Mrs. Mélanie Bertrand - ARMOR - Fine line printing
- Inkjet printing
- Silk screen printing