Winners OE-A Competition 2020
Competition promotes further development of flexible electronics
Information Coronavirus
Developments concerning Coronavirus closely monitored - Providing members specific information on legal and insurance-related issues.
M-ERA.NET Call 2020 is open
Apply by June 16 to fund your innovative printed electronics project.
Printed electronics expects another year of growth
OE-A Business Climate Survey: Revenue growth of 8 percent forecasted for 2020, effects of the Coronavirus not yet assessable.
OE-A Women in Printed Electronics - OPE Journal Interview
Seizing opportunities, breaking the glass ceiling
LOPEC 2020 will not take place
Due to the increasing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Europe and based on the recommendation of the Bavarian State Government for trade fairs, Messe München feels compelled to cancel LOPEC 2020 in responsibility for the health of exhibitors and visitors.
POSTPONED - General Assembly / OE-A Meeting Europe on March 23 in Munich, Germany
A day filled with printed electronics and company tours to Siemens and T-Systems
Printed electronics in 3D: Ready for the mass market
Printed electronics in 3D, also known as 3D structural electronics, equip all kinds of objects with additional electronic functions. Lopec 2020 will provide information about production processes, applications and the potential of the technology.
From Mobility to Smart Living – Printed electronics makes everyday life easy and flexible
The exhibits of the OE-A Competition 2020, the new OE-A Roadmap and the current business climate survey show the state of the art in flexible electronics at LOPEC 2020.

Printed Electronics
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.
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