Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics exhibits at LOPEC 2019

Visit our stand at LOPEC - the trade fair and conference for printed electronics which starts in Germany in just over a week!

Find us at booth 7B in the foyer area to hear more about the centre and the research and areas of expertise of our project co-investigator (Prof. Andrew Holmes) and researcher (Dr Moon Kang) in attendance.

The EPSRC Centre’s vision is to develop enabling technologies and processes that make it easier for manufacturers and integrators of large-area electronics to put together multifunctional systems that end-users can readily incorporate into their products. As such our research portfolio has been defined and developed in close partnership with industry to maximise its industrial impact.

“Our various collaborations with the EPSRC Centre provide access to world-leading academic knowledge and allow us to explore ideas from advanced materials to novel fabrication techniques. This significantly reduces the risk before moving these concepts into industry.”

- Dr Richard Price, Chief Technology Officer, PragmatIC

Visit our stand to:

  • Discuss state-of-the-art research from the University of Cambridge, the University of Manchester and Imperial College, UK.
  • Gain an insight into printed electronics research happening in the UK.
  • Interact with research demos.
  • Explore the printed electronics field with speakers from this year’s innoLAE 2019 conference.
  • Investigate potential collaborations and partnership opportunities which may benefit your company.

OE-A demonstrator competition

The annual OE-A competition presents an opportunity for engineers, scientists, companies and designers to develop and display a vision of future applications incorporating organic and printed electronics.

Dr Moon Kang will be representing a Centre project demo in the competition – a flexible sensor module integrating a hybrid CMOS flexible amplifer and polymer FET (Field effect transistor) sensor.

The operating concept is that the sensor module, powered by a solar cell, changes the EPD (Electrophorectic display) pixel from black to white when it senses Ethanol. All components were assembled on a flexible substrate.

Visit the OE-A booth 216 in hall B0 on Wednesday, March 20, to view all submitted demonstrators, and vote for your favourite one.

You can also view videos and a working demonstrator at our centre stand.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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