Innovative materials for printed/flexible electronics

10th February 2021
Lanna Cooper

Printed and flexible electronics spans a vast array of applications, ranging from OLED displays to electronic skin patches. This breadth creates a substantial market for sophisticated materials, such as organic semiconductors, stretchable conductive inks, and innovative component attachment materials.

In this webinar, Dr Matthew Dyson, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx specialising in printed/flexible electronics, will discuss a range of innovative materials applicable to displays, photovoltaics, sensors, and Flexible Hybrid Electronic (FHE) circuits.

Material technologies discussed in the webinar will include:

  • Emerging 3rd and 4th generation emissive materials for OLED displays
  • A technological transition that increases the efficiency of organic photovoltaics
  • Functional inks for lighting
  • Low temperature component attachment materials

More detailed information, including detailed technical analysis market forecasts, application case studies, company profiles, and assessment of technological and commercial readiness levels, is given in our recently written report 'Materials for Printed/Flexible Electronics 2021-2031'. Furthermore, IDTechEx offers a wide range of reports on aspects of printed/flexible electronics, such as 'Printed and Flexible Sensors 2020-2030' and 'Flexible Hybrid Electronics 2020-2030'.

IDTechEx will be hosting the same webinar three times in one day, so please join which ever session is the most convenient for you. Spaces are limited.

Date: Thursday 18th February 2021 Duration: 30 minutes

Webinar times

Session #1 - Asia-Pacific 2:00am (Your Local Time GMT+0) 2:00am (London Time) Register.

Session #2 - Europe 10:00am (Your Local Time GMT+0) 10:00am (London Time) Register.

Session #3 - Americas 5:00pm (Your Local Time GMT+0) 5:00pm (London Time) Register.

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