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July 26th, 2007

Enthusiasm for New Printed Electronics Conference in Tokyo

IDTechEx conferences on Printed Electronics in the USA and Europe are highly regarded. By popular request, the company is now staging an annual Printed Electronics Asia conference and exhibition in Tokyo September 10-11. The title is carefully chosen because both organic and inorganic electronics have a great future. It is therefore best to explore all the possibilities and achievements.

Raghu Das, Chief Executive of IDTechEx says, "We shall explore all the applications and hot topics, including the impediments to commercialization of printed electronics such as the slow progress in replacing indium tin oxide." For example, whereas use of carbon nanotubes, quantum dots or antimony indium oxide to replace ITO are speculative and unproven at present, speaker Dr Ron Lubianez of H.C Starck Inc in the US says,


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