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Organic Electronics

The organising committee at Brunel University London is delighted to invite you to a special one-day conference covering some of the leading breakthroughs in materials, processing methods and applications of photonics used in flexibles, wearables, OLED displays and lighting and embedded organic electronics in the last few years.

Taking place on Tuesday 27th March 2018 at the prestigious Society of Chemical Industry London, the event is proudly sponsored by Hitachi High Tech. There will be a variety of talks on the future of flexible OLED lighting, quantum dots for displays and lighting, printed OLEDs, graphenes in displays, lighting and electronic devices, Organic Vapour Phase Deposition, protection of devices and barrier coatings and photo curing for printed electronics - this is an event not to miss! 

Non-members: £59.00
RSC/SCI/IOP/SID members : £49.00
RSC/SCI/IOP/SID student members: £29.00

Click here to get your ticket for this fantastic event. 

With special thanks to our sponsors Hitachi, SCI, SID and Brunel University London.

This event will be taking place at the SCI Headquarters. (14/15 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PS. View on Google Maps). We look forward to seeing you on March 27 2018. 

Recommended hotels 

We have a fantastic hotel on campus that caters for all needs. To find out more about this hotel please click here.  

However, as the event is taking place in Belgrave Square you may find it easier to book a hotel closer to Central London. We have made a list of recommended hotels that may be of interest: 

Organising Committee

Professor P. Kathirgamanathan, Dr Lisa Bushby, Dr Max Liu and Dr Raghava Vanga (Brunel University London).

What will be happening on the day?

09.00

Registration

09.30

Introduction

Professor P. Kathirgamanathan, Brunel University London

09.40

Market for Flexible and Printed Displays, Lighting and Electronics

Raghu Das (IDtechEX)

10.00

Future Direction in Flexible OLED Lighting 

Daniel Hoffman (OLEDWorks, Germany)

10.20

 
Technologies in AMOLED Displays for Mobile and AR/VR Applications

Dr Tung-Huei Ke (imec, Belgium)

10.40

Photonic Curing for Printed Electronics 

Novacentrix (Texas, USA)

11.00

Photonic Annealing of Metal Oxides on Plastic Substrates for OLEDs and QLEDs 

Prof. P. Kathirgamanathan (Brunel University London, UK) Dr. R. R. Vanga, M. Kumaraverl and S. Ravichandran 

11.20

Tea and Coffee

11.50

Quantum dots for Displays and Lighting 

Dr Nigel Pickett (Nanoco, Manchester, UK)

12.10

Printed OLEDs for Displays and Lighting 

Dr Neetu Chopra (Kateeva Inc, USA)

12.30

Production and Processing of OLED Displays and Lighting: OVPD vs. VTE 

Dr Peter Baumann (Apeva, Germany)

12.50

Lunch and Exhibition 

14.00

Thin Film Characterisation 

Riken Keiki (Japan)

14.20

Industrial Production Equipment – New Cost Effective Solutions

(Inkjet Printing/Lamination/Atmospheric Pressure Processing Environment) 

Hitachi High Technology and Seibu-Giken (Japan)

14.40

Protection of Devices and Barrier Coatings – ALD, PEALD and Atmospheric ALD 

Dr Mikko. Söderlund (Beneq, Finland)

15.00

Lighting: LEDs vs. OLEDs 

Warren Prewer (Ruee, UK)

15.20

Tea and Coffee 

15.40

LEDs in Horticulture 

Dr Phillip Davis (Stockbridge Technology Centre, UK)

16.00

Light Measurements 

Dr Gareth Jones (LUX IEC, UK)

16.20

Pilot Plant and Production Facilities at CPI 

Dr Alf Smith (CPI)

16.40

Support to Flexibles and Wearables for the UK Industries 

Dr Martyn Cherrington (InnovateUK/KTN)

17.00

Close of Meeting