Workshop on Manufacturing, 3D Printing & Pilot Lines

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This Workshop focus on the cutting edge advances on the Manufacturing approaches for Flexible Organic Electronics, covering from large area Printing processes to Gas Transport & Vacuum processes for the fabrication of novel nanomaterials in advanced device architectures. Also, this workshop connects the Manufacturing with In-Line and Real-Time Monitoring Process and Control approaches to enable low-cost and high-volume manufacturing of Organic Electronic Devices.

Workshop Topics:

  • Pilot Lines for Manufacturing of Organic Electronics

  • Roll-to-roll processes

  • Printing (inkjet, screen, gravure, etc.)

  • Organic Vapour Deposition (OVPD)

  • Polymer Vapour Deposition (PVPD)

  • Chemical Vapour Deposition

  • Vacuum Processes (Evaporation, sputtering, etc.)

  • 3D Printing

  • In-Line Metrology for Characterization and Process Control

  • Thin Film Metrology and Optimization of Processes
  • Laser processing in OEs (OLED, OPV, OTFTs, RFID, batteries, passive components, sensors, smart devices, healthcare, smart textiles, etc)

  • Laser nanoprocessing (metal nanoparticles, nanowires, CNT, graphene, quantum dots, etc)

  • Lasers in smart OLAE packaging (advanced packaging, optical interconnects, waveguides in stretchable materials, light management layers)

  • Laser systems integration (R2R, large area scanning, registration, diagnostics, hybrid laser, printing)

  • Processes, Manufacturing & Applications


Workshop International Organizing Committee (tentative)

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Reinhard R. Baumann, TU Chemnitz, Germany
Dr. Nico Meyer, COATEMA, Germany
Dr. Jürgen Kreis, AIXTRON SE, Germany
Dr. Jacques Kools, Encapsulix, France

Organised by the EU FP7 Large Scale Project SMARTONICS (

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FP7 NMP Large Scale Project: "Development of smart machines, tools and processes for the precision synthesis of nanomaterials with tailored properties for Organic Electronics" (

Under the Auspices of

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