The 6th annual Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference (innoLAE 2020) will be held at the Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Cambridge, UK on 21-22 January 2020. It will be preceded by short courses on 20 January from IMI Europe and partners.
Short courses complement Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference (innoLAE 2020)
The conference programme highlights the most innovative and exciting aspects of large-area electronics, a new way of making electronics that includes printable, flexible, plastic, organic and bio electronics.
Designed to attract equal representation from industry and academia, this conference creates an important platform for supporting innovation, building collaborations, sharing knowledge and, ultimately, promoting the growth of the field and advancing the state-of-the-art. In 2019, over 300 delegates representing 156 different organisations from 21 countries attended the three days of conference events.
IMI Europe is pleased to be partnering with the University of Cambridge, providers of the innoLAE (Innovations in Large-Area Electronics) Conference, to provide two short courses on fabrication and processing technologies on 20 January 2020, the day preceding innoLAE 2020.
Wet Processing Technologies for Large Area Electronics
20 January 2020
Presented by Printed Electronics Ltd and the Centre for Process Innovation, this course covers the ink and printer technology required for deposition techniques including screen, inkjet and flexo/gravure printing. The course also covers coating techniques such as doctor blade and slot die, drawdown, spin and spray coating. In each case the advantages, disadvantages and technological challenges of each technique will be covered, along with issues arising in scale up for manufacture.
Dry Processing Technologies for Large Area Electronics
20 January 2020
Presented by the Centre for Process Innovation, the course covers the key processing techniques required for large area electronic device manufacture, including vacuum deposition, photolithography, laser ablation and wet and dry etching. In each case the advantages, disadvantages and technological challenges of each technique will be covered, along with issues arising in scale up for manufacture.
IMI Europe is the leader in providing strategic and technical overviews of the inkjet printing industry, developing and organising high quality digital printing conferences and courses in Europe and Asia.