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August 23rd, 2007

Printed electronics: exploring the future

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Other speakers at Printed Electronics Asia will be from the world's largest manufacturer of mobile phones, Nokia, where David Lu, New Technology Manager, New Manufacturing Technology, Nokia USA, will talk on "Nokia's Requirements for Printed Electronics and what has been Done So Far", and Hitachi will present on printed nanotube emitters. Sony will talk on printed TFTs for flexible displays and Professor Ken Sakamura of the Ubiquitous ID Center will describe the huge markets that will be created by these sensors and RFID. From Germany, a representative of PolyIC will describe how they are already selling fully printed organic RFID and allied products in 2007.

Nanoparticle inks are coming in very rapidly because they are more flexible and use less material and Seiko Epson and ULVAC will share their latest advances on this, with Konica Minolta revealing improved ink jet technology. Nanomaterials, and the challenges of printing them, will be a hot topic explored at the conference. Masaaki Oda of ULVAC says, "The printing dispersed nanoparticles will be very important for printed electronics in future. Of course ULVAC is a major supplier of equipment used to manufacture printed electronics already. I look forward to participating in this important conference." Nissan Chemical, Japan Research Institute and others will also make new announcements.

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