Exhibitions / Events

  The conference will be held at MINATEC CAMPUS in Grenoble
The conference will be held at MINATEC CAMPUS in Grenoble

ICOE 2013 calls for papers


Exhibitions / Events

The 9th International Conference on Organic Electronics (ICOE), which will be staged in Grenoble from 18 to 20 June 2013 and is organised by the French institute CEA-LITEN, is calling for papers concerning the three main topics Materials, Process and Integration and Device Physics and Circuit design.

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  More than 1500 visitors attended the event
More than 1500 visitors attended the event

Printed Electronics USA 2012 video review


Exhibitions / Events

A video review on Printed Electronics USA 2012 in Santa Clara can now be found in our section OPE docu.

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  LOPE-C will be staged from 12 to 13 June 2013 in Munich
LOPE-C will be staged from 12 to 13 June 2013 in Munich

LOPE-C calls for papers


Exhibitions / Events

LOPE-C, the annual international conference and exhibition of organic and printed electronics, is giving printed and organic electronics companies the opportunity to present their latest progress and results during the Scientific Conference Track of LOPE-C 2013.

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  An OLED lighting solution
An OLED lighting solution

Seminar on OLED technology


Exhibitions / Events

On 5 and 6 September 2012 Fraunhofer COMEDD, a research institution for organics, materials and electronic devices, will stage a seminar focused on the current and future developments in the lighting market and the integration of OLEDs on CMOS.

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  A green OLED made by cynora
A green OLED made by cynora

cynora wins leading edge cluster competition “Forum Organic Electronics”


Exhibitions / Events

cynora GmbH, a Germany based company focusing on researching innovative organic semiconductors, has won the “Forum Organic Electronics” Award organised by InnovationLab GmbH, a combined platform for research and knowledge transfer in science and business in the German Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region.

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