Extended Call for Abstracts Deadline – January 31, 2024!

Emerging Trends in Microprinting: Materials, Methods and Applications

The inaugural 2024 Microprinting Workshop is set to be a exciting event, bridging the gap between fundamental research and industrial applications. This unique workshop will delve into the latest advancements in Microprinting, including printed and flexible electronics, highlighting their transformative impact in sectors such as wearables and MEDTech.

Participants will engage in in-depth discussions on cutting-edge developments in bioprinting, biomedical devices, tissue engineering, MEMS, and bioMEMS, exploring their pivotal roles in medical technology. The event will also focus on the innovative realms of additive micro-manufacturing and microfluidics, showcasing how these technologies are reshaping the landscape of miniature and precise production methods.

Join us as we provide a dynamic forum for scientists, engineers, and industry professionals from universities, research institutions, and the broader microprinting community to address current challenges and envision future scenarios in these exciting fields.

Program

The agenda will cover a wide range of activities, including a Scientific tutorial on neuromorphic computing, Lectures, Poster Pitches, Scientific presentations, Company Pitches, as well as social activities.

Scope & Topics

The microprinting workshop aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, research scholars and in particular industrial players. This will create an interdisciplinary stage to exchange and share knowledge and research results on the topic related to microprinting, including printed and flexible electronics, wearables, bioprinting, biomedical devices and tissue engineering, MEMS and bioMEMS, additive micro-manufacturing, microfluidics.

Scientific Organizers

Dr.-Ing. Andreas Winkler
IFW SAWLab

Dr.-Ing. Lukas Stepien
Fraunhofer IWS

Dr. Volker Zöllmer
Fraunhofer IFAM

Dr. Jaakko Leppäniemi
VTT Finland

Dr. Brittany Newell
Purdue University

Venue & Accommodation

Located directly on the banks of the Elbe, surrounded by the impressive natural scenery of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, is the impressive Hotel Elbresidenz at the Bad Schandau thermal spa. The pearl of Saxon Switzerland lies between the cultural centres of Dresden and Prague.

Organizing Committee

Dr. Dominik Gronarz
Organic Electronics Saxony

Franziska Richter
Organic Electronics Saxony

Cooperation partners

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Microprinting Sponsors

With financial support by