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Swiss ePrint – The Swiss Conference on Printed Electronics and Functional Materials.


The 4th edition of Swiss ePrint will be held in Basel from September 26-27, 2017. More information will be added to this page as details are finalised.

Swiss e-Print : “e” for...

  • Electronic...
  • Emerging...
  • Enabling...
  • Eco-friendly...
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E-Printing is a key enabling technology that goes well beyond the established paper printing. In recent years, novel areas have matured, where printing techniques find increasingly a pathway from R&D to industrial manufacturing. These areas not only include organic and printed opto-electronics, but also micro-optical, bio-medical, MEMS fabrication and packaging, 3D rapid prototyping, flexible substrate and roll-to-roll technologies.

Switzerland already has many activities in the E-print field, and the Swiss e-Print conference will allow active professionals to identify potential complementary partnership in this upcoming manufacturing discipline that spans across several disciplines from tools, ink materials, surfaces, chemistry & physics, electronics and optics, among others.

The conference will comprise invited lectures of international key people in the field with contributed papers from participants.

Swiss ePrint welcomes participants from all countries.

The main topics to be covered are as follows:

  • Digital printing
  • Drop on demand (DoD)
  • Ink-jet printing
  • Emerging printing technologies
  • Environmental friendly processes
  • Additive processes
  • Manufacturing and equipment
  • Applications and market
  • Green electronics
  • Organic electronics
  • Bioprinting
  • Printed 'opto' electronics
  • Plastic 'opto' electronics
  • Flexible 'opto' electronics
  • Roll to Roll fabrication
  • Gravure, flexo, offset printing
  • Large area manufacturing
  • Inks formulation
  • Electronics circuitry, OLEDs, displays, lighting, solar cells, sensors and microsystems, life sciences
  • Printed devices