LOPEC Conference speakers


Speaker list, speaker giving a talk at the LOPEC Conference

Each year LOPEC invites renowned business representatives and scientists to speak at its Conference event.

Once again this year, we have been able to attract a large number of business representatives and scientists from around the world to speak at the LOPEC Conference. You can find a first overview of the speakers here.

Module Plenary Session

Session Name Company
  Prof. R. Reinhard Baumann Fraunhofer ENAS (DE)
  Prof. Steve Beeby University of Southhampton (UK)
  Sébastien Chaumiole IBM Watson (DE)
  Korina Molla AITEX (ES)
  Dr. Jyrki Schroderus Polar Electro OY (FI)
  Dr. Tarik Vardag ATH, KROENERT and COATEMA (DE)

Module Business Conference

Session Name Company
  Dr. Christoph Badock Hoefer & Sohn GmbH (DE)

Module Technical Conference

Session Name Company
Smart and Hybrid Systems Gerald Niklas Mühlbauer (DE)
Flexible Displays Michael McCreary E Ink Corporation (US)
Human-machine Interfaces (HMI) Christophe Cazes Novares (FR)
Wearable Electronics Prof. Mark D. Poliks Binghamton University (US)
Upscaling Production and Manufacturing Processes Prof. Jeng-Ywan Jeng National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (TW)
Biomedical applications Jaye Tyler Nissha SiCal (US)
Functional Materials Dr. Nigel Pickett Nanoco Technologies (UK)
Substrates and Encapsulation Valentijn von Morgen DuPont Teijin Films (UK)
Publicly Funded Projects Dr. Rainer Günzler Hahn-Schickard-Gesellschaft (DE)
Smart textiles David Schmelzeisen RWTH Aachen University (DE)

Module Scientific Conference

Session Name Company
Materials Prof. Xugang Guo South University of Science and Technology of China (CN)
Devices Prof. Simone Fabiano University of Linkoping (SE)
Processes Prof. Ronald Österbacka Åbo Akademi University (FI)
Analysis and characterization of materials and thin films Prof. Alison Walker University of Bath (UK)
Circuit design, simulations and systems Prof. Tse (Tina) Ng University of San Diego (US)

Module Short Courses

Session Name Company
3D Structural Electronics Markus Ankenbrand Friedric-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (DE)
High-resolution printing techniques Dr. Yasuyuki Kusaka AIST (JP)
Fundamentals of hybrid printed electronics and how to integrate into flexible, stretchable and 3d products Corné Rentrop TNO/Holst Centre (NL)
The use of R2R-UV-Nanoimprinting in flexible microelectronics, microoptics, bionics and microfluidics Dr. Barbara Stadlober Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (AT)
Flexible and Stretchable Electronics for Wearable Applications Prof. Jan Vanfleteren Imec (BE)