2010 Flexible Electronics & Displays Conference



Booth 204 2010-02-02


John Knights
Jennifer Ernst
Tamara St Claire
Mark Bernstein
Ana Arias

2010 Flexible Electronics & Displays Conference

The conference features sessions on topics such as flexible displays, materials, manufacturing approaches, developments in flexible and printed electronics, solid state lighting, OLEDs, touch products, smart sensor technology, energy storage & thin film batteries, substrates & barriers, flexible solar and photovoltaics, and more. Other presenting organizations include 3M, Daetwyler R&D, Flexible Display Center, Holst Center, Kent Displays, Konarka, Mead Westvaco, Nth Degree, NanoGram & Teijin, NanoMarkets, NTERA, Solicore, Sumitomo Bakelite, Touch Technologies, and University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.

Kicking off the three-day Business and Technical Conference is a keynote address by PARC CEO Mark Bernstein on 2 February [slides below].

PARC contributed talks on 3 February by Ana Arias include:

  • Flexible Printed Sensor Tape based on Solution Processed Materials  [session 10.2]
  • Sensing of blast events with flexible sensor tapes [session 12.1]

PARC is also be exhibiting from 2-4 February in Booth #204. A leader in thin-film electronics since the 1970s, PARC will also outline its view of the ecosystem for developing products based on flexible electronics, including showcasing capabilities in:

  • Material Characterization [download pdf] and performance optimization for flexible electronics materials suppliers;
  • Application Development [download pdf], circuit design, and proof-of-concept fabrication for companies exploring specific applications (including sensors and display elements); and
  • Full System Prototyping [download pdf] and integration of complete systems containing flexible electronics as well as conventional thin film components and/or standard silicon circuitry.

Please contact FLEXTECH2010@parc.com for more information.

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