Future, here we come: OE-A at productronica 2021
Visit the joint booth of VDMA and OE-A and attend OE-A’s seminars on November 17-18 in Munich, Germany.
Coming up soon: OE-A Meeting ONLINE, October 19-21, 2021
Special topic of this year’s fall OE-A Meeting: Printed Electronics Revolutionizing our Everyday Life.
ICFPE 2021 Online and OE-A Meeting Asia Online
The OE-A Asia Meeting and the ICFPE were a great success. The OE-A Meeting Asia took place on September 28, 2021, hosted by AIST, and jointly organized by OE-A and the FIoT network, co-located with ICFPE.
LOPEC 2022: Call for Papers starts on September 9
Submit your abstract by October 22 to take part in LOPEC 2022, the international event on organic, flexible and printed electronics.
Call for Action: Let’s make a movie together
To all female colleagues in the OE-A community: Lets make a short movie together. Show us in this clip an interesting aspect about your work in printed electronics. Send in your short clip until September 01
OE-A at IEEE International Flexible Electronics Technology Conference
The International Flexible Electronics Technology Conference (IFETC) took place from August 8-11, 2021, online as a virtual conference. OE-A was partner of IEEE IFETC and organizer of two short courses on flexible and printed electronics.
OE-A Web-Seminar Series | Printed Electronics Insights
Special Topic: Is Sustainability driving Flexible and Printed Electronics? – A first insight from real use cases
OE-A Competition 2022 launched
OE-A is looking for your new products, prototypes and designs related to flexible, organic, and printed electronics. Taking part in the annually run competition is now possible. All submissions will be showcased at LOPEC 2022 and beyond.
LOPEC starts its preparations for 2022
From March 22 to 24 the PE community will meet in Munich for LOPEC 2022, the world’s leading conference and exhibition for organic and printed electronics.

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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