LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for flexible, organic and printed electronics, will open its doors at the ICM at Messe München from February 28 to March 2, 2023. Trade fair and conference will show how printed electronics boosts innovative strength across industries and points the way to more sustainability.
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LOPEC, the world’s leading trade fair and conference for flexible, organic and printed electronics, is becoming a meeting place for sustainability. From February 28 to March 2, innovations from the world of green electronics will be on display at Messe München’s ICM.
Building Bridges Between Sectors and Continents
Creating the right partnerships is essential to both companies and research institutes. OE-A’s strength lies in its global reach and international presence. By organizing meetings, workshops, and networking events around the world, OE-A and its members seize opportunities in an emerging industry. Besides that, OE-A also organizes seminars, presents and exhibits at various renowned international trade fairs and conferences, and hosts its flagship annual LOPEC event.
In order to build a stronger organic and printed electronics eco system, OE-A covers several important and current topics and issues. Through a number of working groups, OE-A enables and fosters collaboration among all members along the value chain – from research and development to production and integration into final end-products.
By means of discussion and cooperation in the individual working groups, OE-A members are able to gather valuable information, publish research, share best practices, initiate new and innovative developments, further improve existing products and processes, and find solutions to specific challenges.
Printed electronics enables the production of flexible and large-area components and complements silicon electronics. Ultrathin, lightweight, robust and economical to manufacture: these key features distinguish organic and printed electronics from traditional semiconductor technologies.