NEWS from Saxony- Organic Electronics Saxony at LOPEC 2016

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Organic Electronics Saxony - Meet OES´s experts at LOPEC 2016 in Munich!

We invite you to join our guided tour on the OES booth.
Booth B0/320

Munich, April 06, 11 a.m.
Munich, April 07, 11 a.m.

Followed by a get together to meet our experts for individual conversations.

Organic Electronics Saxony – Meet OES´s experts at LOPEC 2016 in Munich!
Organic Electronics Saxony (OES), Europe’s leading cluster for organic and flexible electronics, presents the promising projects at the international exhibition for printed electronics, LOPEC in Munich. Supported by the Saxony Economic Development Corporation (WFS), eight Saxon companies are at the OES joined pavilion. „Again we have gathered well-known experts at our pavilion to represent the Saxon competence in this exciting and growing high-tech sector“ emphasises Dr. Dominik Gronarz, managing director of OES. “In organic and printed electronics we see a clear and constantly evolving business ahead and the cluster in Saxony continuously leads in world class research and development. For example, the Technical University of Dresden most recently received a Starting Grant of the European Research Council in research of bi-luminescent molecules.” states Mr. Nothnagel, managing director of the WFS, adding “The transfer of this energy-efficient, evolving technology from research to product is best done in the high-tech cluster Saxony with its long-term experience in microelectronics, biotechnology, material and analytics”.

The TU Dresden occupies top ranking among the top five „World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds“. One of them is highly cited and therefore most influential Prof. Karl Leo in the field of Material Science, at the Institute of Applied Photo Physics (IAPP). Currently an over 3.000 square meter lab and office space is under construction at the TU Dresden site. It will host a modern IAPP research facility as well as research of the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed), which is funded within the “Excellence Initiative” of the Federal Government.

Our news:
Adenso GmbH / Creaphys GmbH
German engineers developed a completely new and independent winding system for flexible substrates, which allows the use of R2R know-how as OEM modules. During the LOPEC, the engineers of Adenso will present this OEM concept in a R2R DEMONSTRATION. In this exhibition, the winding system technology with the new Adenso-DirectDrive-Unit and a special process technology is integrated: Organic Linear Evaporator of Creaphys and contactless thickness metrology of SURAGUS, what makes a complete process configuration for organic electronics available. In a lecture on Thursday 04/07/2016, 1pm, the engineers from Adenso will give further information on challenges and solutions for the handling of special substrates, such as ultra-thin plastic foils, flexible glasses and thin metal foils.
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Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP
The “Insect Project” at LOPEC 2016 demonstrates the high functional potential of the technology and its feasibility. It is highlighting a range of functionalities without indicating any particular product. This overall concept designed by Mareike Gast and Kathi Stertzig is based on a diverse and fascinating class of species – insects whose characteristics were implemented technologically to let your imagination run free. The ”Night Fly” is adorned with a luminous pattern. To implement it, Fraunhofer FEP processed OLED on flexible substrates and finished it graphically with screen-printing in a second step.
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Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems
displays a printed high-current battery that reliably delivers a nominal voltage up to 16.5 V at a current level of 10 mA. This version of a printed battery is based on the known zinc-manganese layer system with an additionally integrated metal layer. This can provide the necessary electrical energy e.g. to sensor systems.
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Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology
Fraunhofer IWS presents systems for ultra-barrier measurements, for web inspection, for nanostructured light management, ultra-thin organic piezo sensors and organic thermoelectric modules.
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Organic Electronics Saxony
Presents for the first time the flex + platform to public. Invited are users, scientists and all those that are interested to actively discuss the OPEN INNOVATION ideas and to join the OPEN INNOVATION network.
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Sunic System
Sunic System concentrates on developing and manufacturing Vacuum deposition system in the industry of OLED. Up to now, it has recently completed to evaluate the cluster & inline mass production line, and has begun to deliver the systems in the World OLED industry. In-Line Evaporation System is for Pilot and mass production which is the world first inline system for OLED lighting mass production. Sunic System has developed the large size inline system Gen 1 ~ Gen 8 and using our linear evaporation source, can supply over Gen 8 substrate.
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SYNTHON Chemicals GmbH & Co. KG
Displays materials for applications within the Organic Electronic and the possibilities of customers synthesis on this field.
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Saxony Economic Development Corporation
We build bridges: Between Saxon companies and cooperation partners from abroad, between potential investors and Saxony´s regions and communes, between research and practice, between business ideas and economic success.
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For enquiries, please contact:
Organic Electronics Saxony
Jitka Barm
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Tel.: +49 351 46677180

About Organic Electronics Saxony
Organic Electronics Saxony is Europe’s largest cluster of organic and flexible electronics. OES covers with their companies and research facilities the entire value creation chain ranging from fundamental research all the way to finished products. For example, Saxony is the place the technological leaders in energy-efficient organic light-emitting diodes as well as the producers of the most efficient organic solar cells call home.
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www.oes-net.de

About Organic Electronics
Organic electronics are based on the discovery that specific organic materials possess semiconducting properties. Functional organic layers can be deposited onto solid and flexible substrate carriers; they are light, ultrathin, transparent, and printable. This opens up many new opportunities for the development of such innovative products as, for example, flexible displays, large-scale illumination and lighting, transparent and flexible solar cells as well as intelligent functionalities integrated into clothing or packaging materials.

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