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Large-area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Jan 20, 2009  ||   ,

Dates: June 23 – 25, 2009
Location: Messe Frankfurt, Germany
Venue: Congress Center
URL: http://www.lope-c.com/
Contact: http://www.lope-c.com/index.php?id=39
Description: At LOPE-C 2009 you will see the latest developments in the dynamic and innovative field of organic and printed electronics, where products are thin, light-weight, flexible and produced at low cost:

  • Organic photovoltaic cells (OPV)
  • Printed memory devices for games or consumer goods
  • Printed RFID (radio frequency identification) for brand protection and logistics
  • Flexible batteries to power mobile devices
  • Rollable displays
  • Organic sensors for single-use devices that monitor the environment or enable easy to use diagnostic devices for medical applications

The first products of this fast-moving, global industry are reaching the market now. LOPE-C is where to see them and get a first-hand impression of what the future of this emerging technology holds in store.  

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