LOPEC - Large-area Organic & Printed Electronics Conference

28 Mar - 30 Mar 2017
ICM, Munich, Germany

LOPEC, Large-area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention, is the leading international event for printed electronics.

The combination of an exhibition and a conference is the perfect way to depict the complex and dynamic nature of this new industry. About 2,100 participants from 46 countries attended the exhibition and the conference in 2016.

There were 148 exhibitors from 18 countries, and speakers from 27 countries gave 196 lectures. LOPEC is organized jointly by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) and Messe München GmbH.

Organic and printed electronics is a major growth area within the overall electronics industry.New applications are being found all the time. In addition to this the technology is moving forwards apace.

Apart from the exhibition which attracts the industry leaders, the convention has a conference that is split into three main areas:

  • Business: This looks at the way the technology is being applied and the products being marketted, IP handling, finance and any other business areas including a start-up forum.

  • Technical: This looks at the products and the way they can be applied, and the technology behind them.

  • Scientific: This looks at the state of the art and includes lectures which have been peer reviewed and the way the science behind the technology is developing.

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Date 28 Mar - 30 Mar 2017
Location ICM, Munich, Germany
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