Flexlines Breakfast Session
23-05-2019 :: Ghent Expo

Organizer: Flexlines Consortium

Are you interested in Flexible electronics? This new technology implies that players often work on one specific aspect in the value chain and that the end customer must set up this value chain by himself. Flexlines, bringing together leading partners (see logos below), wants to bridge that gap by developing and coordinating the individual processes. 

In need of prototypes? The aim of the Flexlines project is to build a state-of-the-art and stable pilot line and then set up a one-stop-shop for the realisation of Flexible Electronics prototypes. Prototypes that meet your needs, the needs of the local industry in the border region. More information on the project 
 
 


Stay tuned: sign up for the Flexlines newsletter!   
 
Flexlines is a consortium of leading partners: TNO (with inputs from Holst Centre / Brightlands Materials Center), imec (research groups in Leuven & Eindhoven, CMST group UGent and IC-Link), TU / e, KU Leuven and DSP Valley.
 
This breakfast session will be organised at (and just before the start of) the Advanced Engineering Conference.
 
Flexlines will be organising a breakfast meeting (8h30 - 10h30) with presentations on the plans and progress of the pilot line and one-stop-shop for the realisation of flexible electronics prototypes. 
 

PROGRAM

 
8h30 - 9h00: Breakfast, offered to you by the Flexlines project partners
9h00 - 10h30: Presentations 
 
  • DESIGN: Kris Myny, Principal Member of Technical Staff / R&D Teamleader, imec
  • REALISATION/GEN1 LINE: Auke Jisk Kronemeijer, Senior Researcher & GEN1 TFT Pilot Line Manager, TNO/Holst Centre
  • ONE-STOP-SHOP: Romano Hoofman, Program Director, imec 
 

REGISTRATIONS


Registration is necessary but FREE of charge. Register here (website Advanced Engineering Conference) ENTERING CODE 1004
 
------------------------------------------------
Besides, the subsequent Advanced Engineering Conference will offer a day full of inspiring and exciting keynotes and sessions:
 
10h30 - 11h15: Connected Product Innovation - Max Tchapeyou, Manufacturing Executive Director, Microsoft Western Europe
11h15 - 12h00: Engineering the best imaginable future - Françoise Chombar - CEO, Melexis
12h00 - 12h45: Digital Interventions for Health and Wellbeing (ENG) - Pattie Maes - Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
 
Click here for the full programme of Advanced Engineering.
 

 











Subscribe to the DSP Valley Mailing List

If you would like to receive your own personal invitation for the DSP Valley events, fill out the subscription form.