Respected experts open the LOPEC Conference program every morning with talks in our Plenary Session. This is a place where the biggest and most pertinent issues currently affecting printed electronics discussed.
In the Plenary Session, renowned experts, business owners, and high-level management talk about the following topics:
We would have liked to welcome you to this year's edition of LOPEC.
A selection of the planned contents as well as information on the top themes of LOPEC 2020 is available here. Furthermore, we will inform you soon about the topics and contents of LOPEC 2021.
Fraunhofer ENAS (DE), Professor
Towards Individualization of Products in Mass Production
microfluidic chipshop (DE), CSO
Microfluidics—How printed electronics can help a revolution in the life sciences
Quad Industries (BE), R&D Director / Henkel (BE), Global Head Printed Electronics
Printed electronics—a technology platform enabling wearable health solutions
Northwestern University (US), Professor
Soft electronic and microfluidic systems for the skin
IEE (LU), CTO
From start-up to global player with printed electronics
by-wire.net (NL), Designer in fashion technology
Unfolding fashion tech
Schreiner Group GmbH & Co. KG (DE), VP Technology and Innovation Management
Challenges in the commercialization of printed electronics
TCL (CN), CTO
Flexible printed display technology: Opportunities & challenges
Wednesday—March 25, 2020, 8:00
An early start to an exciting topic: For the first time, LOPEC 2020 will feature an Open Plenary Session, which will give all visitors, conference participants and exhibitors a foretaste of the conference and an overview of the highlights of the conference and exhibition before the regular start of the event. Visiting the Open Plenary Session is possible with a visitor, congress or exhibitor ticket.
Owner MSWtech&General Chair LOPEC
Highlights and Focus topics of LOPEC 2020
NovaCentrix (US), Chief Marketing Officer & Chair OE-A Board
Identifying and Navigating Through Opportunities in Flexible and Hybrid Electronics