Intensive lessons on key technologies: Short Courses

Corné Rentrop, Holst Centre, Project Manager, NL

The LOPEC Conference offers participants the opportunity to take part in a 90-minute (or 45-minute) intensive course where they can access expert knowledge on a broad range of key technologies in printed electronics. With our Short Courses, guests can choose from a selection of topics.

During 90 (or 45) minutes, speakers guide the listeners through a range of specialist subjects. Afterwards the floor is opened for discussion.


Highlights LOPEC 2019

Tatiana Zubkova
Chemnitz University of Technology (DE), Research assistant
Drying and sintering effects in functional printing with a focus on near-infrared (NIR) technology

  • Drying vs sintering
  • Functionality formation
  • Near-Infrared (NIR) post-treatment

Corne Rentrop
Holst Centre (NL), Project manager
Fundamentals of hybrid printed electronics and how to integrate into flexible, stretchable and 3D products

  • 3D products
  • Maturing hybrid PE equipment and functionalities
  • Printing, assembly, post-processing, characterise

Dr. Yasuyuki Kusaka
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (JP)
High-resolution printing techniques

  • Fundamentals of ink formulations and processes
  • Opportunities and challenges
  • Single-micrometer high-resolution printing

Prof. Jan Vanfleteren
IMEC & Ghent University (BE), Principal Scientist
Randomly shaped electronics using industry compatible manufacturing technologies

  • 3D electronics
  • Smart objects
  • Stretchable circuits

Markus Ankenbrand
FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, (DE), Research Associate
3D structural electronics

  • Research projects and outlook
  • Mechatronic integrated devices
  • Processes for 3D printed electronics

Dr. Barbara Stadlober
Joanneum Research (AT), Head of Research Group
The use of R2R-UV-Nanoimprinting in flexible microelectronics, microoptics, bionics and microfluidics

  • Applications
  • Benchmarking of R2R-UV-NIL for OLAE
  • Resins, tools, simulation

Short Course Chair:
Prof. Jukka Hast, VTT (FI), Research Professor - VTT Printed Intelligence