28 & 29 Nov. 2013 – Gardannes / Aix en Provence – FRANCE
Organised by ARCSIS, a French professional association of electronics educators, this workshop gives the opportunity to learn about the state of the art in electronic printing with talks given by materials specialists in (inks, substrates, etc…), equipment manufacturers, technology experts and leaders on potentials applications and demands.
Our Project Leader for Micromachining Systems and Applications, Dr Dimitris Karnakis will give a talk on the 28th of November entitled :
“Recent developments in Laser micro/nanoprocessing for Organic Electronics Applications”.
– The laser system is a versatile processing tool that can provide reliable and economic solutions for digital microfabrication in flexible electronics. An overview will be presented of the state-of-art laser and optics technologies employed (including ultrafast DPSS) for selective thin film patterning, surface functionalisation, laser transfer, via drilling, wafer cutting/dicing, conductive ink sintering in the manufacturing of components in key organic electronic applications such as OLED, OPV, OTFT, etc. The advantages and limitations of the laser technology will be discussed.
About Dr Dimitris Karnakis : He is responsible for collaborative research and technology development for advanced applications including Organic Electronics. Dimitris has a PhD in Applied Physics from Hull University.
More information about this event : http://www.ipsoconference.com