CONFERENCE DATES

1-5 July 2019

LAST MINUTE POSTER & SPECIAL WORKSHOPS SUBMISSION DEADLINE

3 June 2019

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE

Mid April 2019

EARLY REGISTRATION

Up to May 10th, 2019

Welcome to I3D19

// Last Minute Poster & Special Workshops Submission Deadline: June 3rd 2019 //

This Conference focuses on the cutting edge advances on 3D Printing, 3D Bioprinting, Digital and Additive Manufacturing approaches for Flexible Organic and Printed Electronics, Healthcare, Wearables, Automotive, etc. and for the fabrication of novel nanomaterials in advanced device architectures.

As the world of 3D Printing is evolving, electronics are becoming a new key player. Functional elements such as sensors, biosensors and switches are now being integrated into 3D printed products, paving the way for exciting new markets, applications and opportunities.

3D Printing also encompasses a variety of different manufacturing processes. The processes are all primarily additive, with materials being deposited only where needed, as opposed to traditional substractive processes, like machining. This results in significantly less materials' wastage, which keeps costs and environmental impact down. Also, this Conference 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.

Also do Not Miss this year's Special Workshops: (Abstract Submission deadline for Special Workshops - June 3rd)

International Organizing Committee (tentative)

Prof. Zheng Cui, Printable Electronics Research Center, Suzhou Institute of Nanotech, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Reinhard R. Baumann
, TU Chemnitz, Germany
Dr. Peter Baumann, Apeva, Germany
Prof. Emmanuel Giannelis, Cornell University, USA
Dr. Nello Li Pira, C.R.F. S.C.p.A, Italy
Prof. Stergios Logothetidis, Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, AUTh, Greece
Prof. Yiannis Misirlis, University of Patras, Greece
Prof. Aylin Sendemir-Urkmez, Ege University, Turkey

Organized by:

smartline logo EU H2020-SMARTLINE: "Smart In-line metrology and control for boosting the yield and quality of high-volume manufacturing of Organic electronics" (www.smartline-project.eu)

cornet logo EU H2020-CORNET: "Multiscale Modelling and Characterization to optimize the Manufacturing processes of Organic Electronics materials and devices" (www.cornet-project.eu)

smartonics logo EU FP7 SMARTONICS: "Development of smart machines, tools and processes for the precision synthesis of nanomaterials with tailored properties for Organic Electronics" (www.smartonics.eu)

Some of the I3D19 Invited Speakers

 pantelides Sokrates Pantelides
Vanderbilt University, USA
 peppas Nicholas Peppas
The University of Texas at Austin, USA
 leclerc Mario Leclerc
Laval University, Canada
 shastri Prasad Shastri
University of Freiburg, Germany
 coulter Fergal Coulter
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
 loorbach Richt Loorbach
Hulotech 3D Printing & Engineering, The Netherlands
 toncelli Claudio Toncelli
EMPA, Switzerland
 sendemir urkmez Aylin Sendemir-Urkmez
Ege University, Turkey
 kenanakis George Kenanakis
FORTH IESL, Greece
 giesbers Merijn Giesbers
TNO, Holst Centre, The Netherlands
 stelzer Franz Stelzer
Graz University of Technology, Austria
 magdassi Shlomo Magdassi
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
 zergioti Ioanna Zergioti
National Technical University Of Athens, Greece
 delivopoulos Evangelos Delivopoulos
University of Reading, UK
       

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