The Flexible Electronics and Sensors for Health Workshop, 31 Jan 202

For the last 10 years the organizing committee has held the joint workshop annually to lead the international and domestic networking of flexible electronics and its related fields, through utilizing the unique strength of Saxony and Yamagata and its strong relationship. We would like to welcome you to the 10th joint workshop.

Register now and join us for a outstanding program and incredivle networking opportunity with international partners from Saxony, Japan and Europe. We are again expecting 150+ participants from the field of flexible, printed and embedded electronics and end-users from the healthcare and wellbeing sectors.

The event including the matchmaking will be free of charge.

Participants

Registered participants have the chance to contact the other participants. There are more than 150 registered participants for you to search and contact.

The participants area with organization profiles, offers and requests is only accessible for registered participants.

 

Agenda

8:00 CET / 16:00 JST – Welcome remarks & Keynote session

10 years anniversary collaboration Yamagata University – Saxony

Dr. Sandro F. Tedde „Printed Perovskites: A facile route towards high performance medical X-ray detectors“

8:30 CET / 16:30 JST – Presentations & Pitches

up to 8 scientific presentations and 12 exciting pitches from innovative EU and Japanese companies

11:00 CET / 19:00 JST – Matchmaking & Poster session

meet the speakers and new partners and see latest developments at poster session

12:00 CET / 20:00 JST – Closing remarks

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8:00 CET / 16:00 JST – WELCOME REMARKS & PLENARY TALK
8:00 CET / 16:00 JST Saxony Economic Development Corporation
Thomas Horn
Welcome – Flexible Electronics in Saxony
8:03 CET / 16:03 JST Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Tokyo
Dr. Lothar Mennicken
Greetings – 10 years collaboration Yamagata University-Saxony
8:06 CET / 16:06 JST Organic Electronics Saxony – OES
Dr. Dominik Gronarz
Healthtronics EU – Japan Bridge: NE4HEALTH project Cosme Go International
8:10 CET / 16:10 JST Siemens Healthineers
Dr. Sandro Tedde
Printed Perovskites: A facile route towards high performance medical X-ray detectors
8:30 CET / 16:30 JST – PRESENTATIONS
8:30 CET / 16:30 JST TOYOBO Co., LTD.
Satoshi Maeda
Ai Miura
Vital sensing with Smart Sensing Wear TM Display system for physiological condition by ANAIM (:Autonomic Nerve Activity Index Map)
8:40 CET / 16:40 JST Universty of Sheffield
Ivan Minev
Electronic tissue technologies for interfacing cells, nerves and brains
8:50 CET / 16:50 JST Toppan Inc.
Manabu Ito
Highly flexible IGZO TFT for sensor
9:00 CET / 17:00 JST IMSAS, Universität Bremen
Björn Lüssem
Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Versatile Biosensing
9:10 CET / 17:10 JST Komori Corporation
Chisato Oyama
Micro bumps by gravure offset printing method
9:20 CET / 17:20 JST Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden
Christoph Tondera
Conductive Polymer hydrogels for multimodal tissue interfacing
9:30 CET / 17:30 JST VET Co., Ltd.
Kazuya Shiojiri
G8.5H concept by fine hybrid mask for OLED
9:40 CET / 17:40 JST Fraunhofer IKTS Institute
Marco Fritsch
HeartBeat – Printed platform for monitoring of cardiomyocyte cells for drug dev.
9:50 CET / 17:50 JST – BREAK
10:00 CET / 18:00 JST – PITCHES
10:00 CET / 18:00 JST SEMITEC Corporation
Moe Tanaka
Introduction SEMITEC sensors for biological applications
10:05 CET / 18:05 JST Kurt Schwabe Institute for Measurement and Sensor Technology Meinsberg e.V.
Caroline Murawski
Flexible organic LEDs for interfacing neurons
10:10 CET / 18:10 JST Mimotype Technologies GmbH
Claudio Flores
Bio-inspired Organic Semiconductor Materials for Future Wearables
10:15 CET / 18:15 JST Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Itaru Watanabe
Development and business potential of piezoelectric films for healthcare sensors
10:20 CET / 18:20 JST Enfucell Oy
Anja Talo
Printed batteries enabling new products for healthcare
10:25 CET / 18:25 JST Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
Denys Makarov
Flexible and printable magnetic field sensors
10:30 CET / 18:30 JST UACJ Corporation
Kenji Nose
T. Takeda
Open-detection aluminum packages and its pharmaceutical applications
10:35 CET / 18:35 JST OrelTech
Konstantin Livanov
Next generation metallization technology
10:40 CET / 18:40 JST Organic Electronics Saxony – OES
Jonas Jung
Developing Flexible Electronics for Health
10:45 CET / 18:45 JST T&H Design
Yoshiaki Awa
From making prototype to mass production, We connect sensing technology and ideas
10:50 CET / 18:50 JST Medmetric Sp. z o.o.
Jarosław Parzuchowski
AngioScore – software tool for automatic evaluation of Syntax Score
10:55 CET / 18:55 JST InnovationLab GmbH
Meike Baumgarten
InnovationLab – The One-Stop-Shop for Printed Electronics
11:00 CET / 19:00 JST – MATCHMAKING & POSTERS
11:00 CET / 19:00 JST – Break-out Session 1
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
1-01 Siemens Healthineers
Dr. Sandro Tedde
Keynote Q&A:
Printed Perovskites: A facile route towards high performance medical X-ray detectors
1-02 TOYOBO Co., LTD.
Satoshi Maeda
Ai Miura
Presentation Q&A:
Vital sensing with Smart Sensing Wear TM Display system for physiological condition by ANAIM (Autonomic Nerve Activity Index Map)
1-03 SEMITEC Corporation
Moe Tanaka
Pitch Q&A:
Introduction SEMITEC sensors for biological applications
1-04 Kurt Schwabe Institute for Measurement and Sensor Technology Meinsberg e.V.
Caroline Murawski
Pitch Q&A:
Flexible organic LEDs for interfacing neurons
1-05 3DMA – Prototypen & Sonderlösungen
Aniko Nagi
Poster:
3DMA – hightech in wood for the next generation luxury interior
1-06 ELANTAS Europe GmbH
Mark Abendroth
Poster:
ELANTAS ink solutions for flexible electronics
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:08 CET / 19:08 JST Yamagata University
Prof. Junji Kido
Greeting
11:10 CET / 19:10 JST – Break-out Session 2
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
2-01 Universty of Sheffield
Ivan Minev
Presentation Q&A:
Electronic tissue technologies for interfacing cells, nerves and brains
2-02 Toppan Inc.
Manabu Ito
Presentation Q&A:
Highly flexibe IGZO TFT for sensor
2-03 Mimotype Technologies GmbH
Claudio Flores
Pitch Q&A:
Bio-inspired Organic Semiconductor Materials for Future Wearables
2-04 Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Itaru Watanabe
Pitch Q&A:
Development and business potential of piezoelectric films for healthcare sensors
2-05 Foundation for Research and Development of Polish Socio Economic Thought
Mirosław Dobrzyński
Poster:
Dynamic solution blood testing for global medicine in 21st century
2-06 Fujikura Kasei Co., Ltd.
David Dewey
Poster:
DOTITE – Introduction to Ag/AgCl Stretchable Silicone Pastes
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:18 CET / 19:18 JST Joint workshop picture
11:20 CET / 19:20 JST – Break-out Session 3
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
3-01 IMSAS, Universität Bremen
Björn Lüssem
Presentation Q&A:
Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Versatile Biosensing
3-02 Enfucell Oy
Anja Talo
Pitch Q&A:
Printed batteries enabling new products for healthcare
3-03 Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
Denys Makarov
Pitch Q&A:
Flexible and printable magnetic field sensors
3-04 Helmholtz Innovation blitzlab, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
Lars Rebohle
Poster:
Flash lamp annealing for thin film processing
3-05 Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig
Ingo Reinhold
Poster:
Education and research in conventional/digital printing and coating
3-06 KROENERT GmbH & Co KG
Andrea Glawe
Poster:
R2R printing processes & machinery concepts for printed large area electronic
3-07 LayTec AG
Dr. Christian Camus
Poster:
Process-integrated metrology for vacuum and wet-chemical thin-film deposition
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:28 CET / 19:28 JST JETRO Berlin
Marina Riessland
Introduction of JETRO
11:30 CET / 19:30 JST – Break-out Session 4
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
4-01 Komori Corporation
Chisato Oyama
Presentation Q&A:
Micro bumps by gravure offset printing method
4-02 VET Co., Ltd.
Kazuya Shiojiri
Presentation Q&A:
G8.5H concept by fine hybrid mask for OLED
4-03 UACJ Corporation
Kenji Nose
T. Takeda
Pitch Q&A:
Open-detection aluminum packages and its pharmaceutical applications
4-04 OrelTech
Konstantin Livanov
Pitch Q&A:
Next generation metallization technology
4-05 Mateprincs
Aaron Cabrera Asensio
Poster:
MATEPRINCS- INKS FOR PRINTED ELECTRONICS
4-06 MCVE TECHNOLOGIE
Christian Weisse
Poster:
Innovation in the industrial production of high volume flexible circuits
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:38 CET / 19:38 JST How to get in touch with participants and speakers
11:40 CET / 19:40 JST – Break-out Session 5
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
5-01 Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden
Christoph Tondera
Presentation Q&A:
Conductive Polymer hydrogels for multimodal tissue interfacing
5-02 Organic Electronics Saxony – OES
Jonas Jung
Pitch Q&A:
Developing Flexible Electronics for Health
5-03 T&H Design
Yoshiaki Awa
Pitch Q&A:
From making prototype to mass production, We connect sensing technology and ideas
5-04 Mitsuboshi Diamond Industiral Co., LTD
Lin Wang
Poster:
Cutting process for OLED lighting using ultra-thin glass substrate and stainless steel foil
5-05 Saxony Economic Development Corporation
Armin Reith
Poster:
Saxony as a world leading Microelectronics and ICT location
5-06 Functional Print
Susana Barasoain Arrondo
Poster:
NE4HEALTH – Internationalization of printed and embedded electronics in health and wellness sector
5-07 Spin Corporation
Masaru Sakuma
Poster:
Detachable micro patterned TILING ROLL for Imprint and Gravure Printing in R2R system
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:48 CET / 19:48 JST Your Feedback via Mentimeter
11:50 CET / 19:50 JST – Break-out Session 6
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
6-01 Fraunhofer IKTS Institute
Marco Fritsch
Presentation Q&A:
HeartBeat – Printed platform for monitoring of cardiomyocyte cells for drug dev.
6-02 Medmetric Sp. z o.o.
Jarosław Parzuchowski
Pitch Q&A:
AngioScore – software tool for automatic evaluation of Syntax Score
6-03 InnovationLab GmbH
Meike Baumgarten
Pitch Q&A:
InnovationLab – The One-Stop-Shop for Printed Electronics
6-04 Tohoku University
Lorenz Granrath
Poster:
E-VITA – EU Japan Virtual Coach for Smart and Healthy Aging
6-05 Yamagata University
Kengo Kumada
Hisaki Tsuneyama
Poster:
Chemically modified triphenylene-based blue TADF emitters
Stable Deep-red PHOLEDs based on phenanthroline-based n-type exciplex host
6-06 Yamagata University YU-FIC
Yuki Kawamura
Poster:
Development of printed electrodes on plastic sheets with large 3D deformation by the optimization of printing process
6-07 Zaya Artificial Intelligence
Christian Mogodici
Poster:
Zaya A.I. Histopathology Diagnosis
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
12:00 CET / 20:00 JST- CLOSING
12:00 CET / 20:00 JST Yamagata University + OES Closing remarks

 

Keynote – Dr. Sandro F. Tedde Printed Perovskites: A facile route towards high performance medical X-ray detectors

The fabrication of medical and industrial X-ray imaging detectors that combine minimum fabrication costs and high performances is the major challenge since decades. Due to their strong X-ray absorption, high carrier diffusion lengths and mobility-lifetime (μτ) product hybrid inorganic-organic perovskites like Methylammonium Lead Triiodide (MAPbI3) are highly recommended as novel X-ray converting materials. Here we present a two-step manufacturing process of a microcrystalline MAPbI3 based imaging X-ray detector which decouples the fabrication of the several hundred micrometer thick absorber layer and its integration on the pixelated backplane. Microcrystalline MAPbI3 devices show an excellent sensitivity and a high-resolution capability with an outstanding low detection limit of 0.22 nGyair/frame. Our findings stress the great potential of this material class for X-ray detector applications.

 

Networking opportunities

Experience presentations from experts, exciting pitches and poster presentations. The Flexible Electronics and Sensors for Health Workshop offers a large variety of networking opportunities in individual matchmakings and a poster session. We invite you to prepare presentations, pitches or posters to connect with international partners and generate leads and project ideas.

 

Healthtronics EU – Japan Bridge – Virtual Economic Mission

As a special addition this years workshop is a joint effort with the NE4HEALTH – New European Electronics for Global Health and Wellbeing project to also bring you a virtual economic mission. Utilizing pitches and matchmaking between companies from EU and Japan we aim to strengthen the international collaboration of the flexible electronics sector and support innovative SMEs to find exciting new partners. The NE4HEALTH project consortium is formed by 5 European Clusters from the fields of electronics (printed, embedded) technologies applied to health and wellbeing sectors. The project aims to enhance partnerships between clusters and their members and Third Targeted Countries Clusters (TTCs) like Japan.

 

The Flexible Electronics and Sensors for Health Workshop enables you to:

  • If you like, present your expertise and match with new partners
  • Watch the pitching session, where pre-selected companies will present their products and services in the field of electronics (printed, embedded) technologies applied to health and wellbeing sectors
  • Initiate and arrange 1:1 meetings with the pitching companies, and with other participants from Europe and Japan
  • Generate leads and meet new contacts in a time and cost-efficient way
  • Stay one step ahead of your competitors by learning what’s new on the printed electronics market
  • Build and enlarge your network

Participants

Registered participants have the chance to contact the other participants. There are more than 150 registered participants for you to search and contact.

The participants area with organization profiles, offers and requests is only accessible for registered participants.

 

Full Agenda

8:00 CET / 16:00 JST – WELCOME REMARKS & PLENARY TALK
8:00 CET / 16:00 JST Saxony Economic Development Corporation
Thomas Horn
Welcome – Flexible Electronics in Saxony
8:03 CET / 16:03 JST Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Tokyo
Dr. Lothar Mennicken
Greetings – 10 years collaboration Yamagata University-Saxony
8:06 CET / 16:06 JST Organic Electronics Saxony – OES
Dr. Dominik Gronarz
Healthtronics EU – Japan Bridge: NE4HEALTH project Cosme Go International
8:10 CET / 16:10 JST Siemens Healthineers
Dr. Sandro Tedde
Printed Perovskites: A facile route towards high performance medical X-ray detectors
8:30 CET / 16:30 JST – PRESENTATIONS
8:30 CET / 16:30 JST TOYOBO Co., LTD.
Satoshi Maeda
Ai Miura
Vital sensing with Smart Sensing Wear TM Display system for physiological condition by ANAIM (:Autonomic Nerve Activity Index Map)
8:40 CET / 16:40 JST Universty of Sheffield
Ivan Minev
Electronic tissue technologies for interfacing cells, nerves and brains
8:50 CET / 16:50 JST Toppan Inc.
Manabu Ito
Highly flexible IGZO TFT for sensor
9:00 CET / 17:00 JST IMSAS, Universität Bremen
Björn Lüssem
Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Versatile Biosensing
9:10 CET / 17:10 JST Komori Corporation
Chisato Oyama
Micro bumps by gravure offset printing method
9:20 CET / 17:20 JST Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden
Christoph Tondera
Conductive Polymer hydrogels for multimodal tissue interfacing
9:30 CET / 17:30 JST VET Co., Ltd.
Kazuya Shiojiri
G8.5H concept by fine hybrid mask for OLED
9:40 CET / 17:40 JST Fraunhofer IKTS Institute
Marco Fritsch
HeartBeat – Printed platform for monitoring of cardiomyocyte cells for drug dev.
9:50 CET / 17:50 JST – BREAK
10:00 CET / 18:00 JST – PITCHES
10:00 CET / 18:00 JST SEMITEC Corporation
Moe Tanaka
Introduction SEMITEC sensors for biological applications
10:05 CET / 18:05 JST Kurt Schwabe Institute for Measurement and Sensor Technology Meinsberg e.V.
Caroline Murawski
Flexible organic LEDs for interfacing neurons
10:10 CET / 18:10 JST Mimotype Technologies GmbH
Claudio Flores
Bio-inspired Organic Semiconductor Materials for Future Wearables
10:15 CET / 18:15 JST Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Itaru Watanabe
Development and business potential of piezoelectric films for healthcare sensors
10:20 CET / 18:20 JST Enfucell Oy
Anja Talo
Printed batteries enabling new products for healthcare
10:25 CET / 18:25 JST Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
Denys Makarov
Flexible and printable magnetic field sensors
10:30 CET / 18:30 JST UACJ Corporation
Kenji Nose
T. Takeda
Open-detection aluminum packages and its pharmaceutical applications
10:35 CET / 18:35 JST OrelTech
Konstantin Livanov
Next generation metallization technology
10:40 CET / 18:40 JST Organic Electronics Saxony – OES
Jonas Jung
Developing Flexible Electronics for Health
10:45 CET / 18:45 JST T&H Design
Yoshiaki Awa
From making prototype to mass production, We connect sensing technology and ideas
10:50 CET / 18:50 JST Medmetric Sp. z o.o.
Jarosław Parzuchowski
AngioScore – software tool for automatic evaluation of Syntax Score
10:55 CET / 18:55 JST InnovationLab GmbH
Meike Baumgarten
InnovationLab – The One-Stop-Shop for Printed Electronics
11:00 CET / 19:00 JST – MATCHMAKING & POSTERS
 
11:00 CET / 19:00 JST – Break-out Session 1
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
1-01 Siemens Healthineers
Dr. Sandro Tedde
Keynote Q&A:
Printed Perovskites: A facile route towards high performance medical X-ray detectors
1-02 TOYOBO Co., LTD.
Satoshi Maeda
Ai Miura
Presentation Q&A:
Vital sensing with Smart Sensing Wear TM Display system for physiological condition by ANAIM (Autonomic Nerve Activity Index Map)
1-03 SEMITEC Corporation
Moe Tanaka
Pitch Q&A:
Introduction SEMITEC sensors for biological applications
1-04 Kurt Schwabe Institute for Measurement and Sensor Technology Meinsberg e.V.
Caroline Murawski
Pitch Q&A:
Flexible organic LEDs for interfacing neurons
1-05 3DMA – Prototypen & Sonderlösungen
Aniko Nagi
Poster:
3DMA – hightech in wood for the next generation luxury interior
1-06 ELANTAS Europe GmbH
Mark Abendroth
Poster:
ELANTAS ink solutions for flexible electronics
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:08 CET / 19:08 JST Yamagata University
Prof. Junji Kido
Greeting
11:10 CET / 19:10 JST – Break-out Session 2
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
2-01 Universty of Sheffield
Ivan Minev
Presentation Q&A:
Electronic tissue technologies for interfacing cells, nerves and brains
2-02 Toppan Inc.
Manabu Ito
Presentation Q&A:
Highly flexibe IGZO TFT for sensor
2-03 Mimotype Technologies GmbH
Claudio Flores
Pitch Q&A:
Bio-inspired Organic Semiconductor Materials for Future Wearables
2-04 Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
Itaru Watanabe
Pitch Q&A:
Development and business potential of piezoelectric films for healthcare sensors
2-05 Foundation for Research and Development of Polish Socio Economic Thought
Mirosław Dobrzyński
Poster:
Dynamic solution blood testing for global medicine in 21st century
2-06 Fujikura Kasei Co., Ltd.
David Dewey
Poster:
DOTITE – Introduction to Ag/AgCl Stretchable Silicone Pastes
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:18 CET / 19:18 JST Joint workshop picture
11:20 CET / 19:20 JST – Break-out Session 3
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
3-01 IMSAS, Universität Bremen
Björn Lüssem
Presentation Q&A:
Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Versatile Biosensing
3-02 Enfucell Oy
Anja Talo
Pitch Q&A:
Printed batteries enabling new products for healthcare
3-03 Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
Denys Makarov
Pitch Q&A:
Flexible and printable magnetic field sensors
3-04 Helmholtz Innovation blitzlab, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
Lars Rebohle
Poster:
Flash lamp annealing for thin film processing
3-05 Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig
Ingo Reinhold
Poster:
Education and research in conventional/digital printing and coating
3-06 KROENERT GmbH & Co KG
Andrea Glawe
Poster:
R2R printing processes & machinery concepts for printed large area electronic
3-07 LayTec AG
Dr. Christian Camus
Poster:
Process-integrated metrology for vacuum and wet-chemical thin-film deposition
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:28 CET / 19:28 JST JETRO Berlin
Marina Riessland
Introduction of JETRO
11:30 CET / 19:30 JST – Break-out Session 4
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
4-01 Komori Corporation
Chisato Oyama
Presentation Q&A:
Micro bumps by gravure offset printing method
4-02 VET Co., Ltd.
Kazuya Shiojiri
Presentation Q&A:
G8.5H concept by fine hybrid mask for OLED
4-03 UACJ Corporation
Kenji Nose
T. Takeda
Pitch Q&A:
Open-detection aluminum packages and its pharmaceutical applications
4-04 OrelTech
Konstantin Livanov
Pitch Q&A:
Next generation metallization technology
4-05 Mateprincs
Aaron Cabrera Asensio
Poster:
MATEPRINCS- INKS FOR PRINTED ELECTRONICS
4-06 MCVE TECHNOLOGIE
Christian Weisse
Poster:
Innovation in the industrial production of high volume flexible circuits
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
11:38 CET / 19:38 JST How to get in touch with participants and speakers
11:40 CET / 19:40 JST – Break-out Session 5
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
5-01 Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden
Christoph Tondera
Presentation Q&A:
Conductive Polymer hydrogels for multimodal tissue interfacing
5-02 Organic Electronics Saxony – OES
Jonas Jung
Pitch Q&A:
Developing Flexible Electronics for Health
5-03 T&H Design
Yoshiaki Awa
Pitch Q&A:
From making prototype to mass production, We connect sensing technology and ideas
5-04 Mitsuboshi Diamond Industiral Co., LTD
Lin Wang
Poster:
Cutting process for OLED lighting using ultra-thin glass substrate and stainless steel foil
5-05 Saxony Economic Development Corporation
Armin Reith
Poster:
Saxony as a world leading Microelectronics and ICT location
5-06 Functional Print
Susana Barasoain Arrondo
Poster:
NE4HEALTH – Internationalization of printed and embedded electronics in health and wellness sector
5-07 Spin Corporation
Masaru Sakuma
Poster:
Detachable micro patterned TILING ROLL for Imprint and Gravure Printing in R2R system
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
 
11:48 CET / 19:48 JST Your Feedback via Mentimeter
11:50 CET / 19:50 JST – Break-out Session 6
Break-out room No. Speaker Title
6-01 Fraunhofer IKTS Institute
Marco Fritsch
Presentation Q&A:
HeartBeat – Printed platform for monitoring of cardiomyocyte cells for drug dev.
6-02 Medmetric Sp. z o.o.
Jarosław Parzuchowski
Pitch Q&A:
AngioScore – software tool for automatic evaluation of Syntax Score
6-03 InnovationLab GmbH
Meike Baumgarten
Pitch Q&A:
InnovationLab – The One-Stop-Shop for Printed Electronics
6-04 Tohoku University
Lorenz Granrath
Poster:
E-VITA – EU Japan Virtual Coach for Smart and Healthy Aging
6-05 Yamagata University
Kengo Kumada
Hisaki Tsuneyama
Poster:
Chemically modified triphenylene-based blue TADF emitters
Stable Deep-red PHOLEDs based on phenanthroline-based n-type exciplex host
6-06 Yamagata University YU-FIC
Yuki Kawamura
Poster:
Development of printed electrodes on plastic sheets with large 3D deformation by the optimization of printing process
6-07 Zaya Artificial Intelligence
Christian Mogodici
Poster:
Zaya A.I. Histopathology Diagnosis
Additional breakout rooms will be provided for 1:1 matchmaking
12:00 CET / 20:00 JST- CLOSING
12:00 CET / 20:00 JST Yamagata University + OES Closing remarks

 

Organizing Committee

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