Register for this years UK Plastic Electronics Research Conference at Loughborough University 10th - 11th December http://t.co/8Qi1PDs0R4
Great session today @WCPCSwansea printing conference. Looking forward to dinner tonight.
We would like to remind all the delegates that the conference posters and presentations will be available online at http://t.co/fQJwiXu04B
Thank you to all the delegates who have attended the WCPC ninth annual technical conference and we hope to see you again next year.
Professor Tim Claypole closes the conference. Thank you to the conference team and all presenters for making such a successful event
Now, the final presentation of the conference "NIR sintering for rapid processing of printed metallic conducting circuits" by Eifion Jewell
Now the penultimate presentation of the conference by Glyn Davies: "Comparison of enclosed & open doctor blades in rotogravure printing".
Next up is James Claypole, presenting "The use of superposition rheology for the development of printable materials"
Starting the final session is Ben Mogg presenting "Controlling large area film formation and drying for printed polymer thin film devices"
Finishing the 1st session is Ben Clifford, presenting the theory behind printing photodetectors and the optical properties of SWCNT's
Next up is Adam Rees, presenting his work on "3D Printing of bioscaffolds for tissue engineering"
First up is Dominic Fung, presenting his work on printed biosensors for glucose monitoring utililising Zinc Oxide nanowires.
Following the end of the conference, all presentations and posters on display will be available to view online. link to follow...
After last nights successful conference dinner, the second day is about to start with the first session on biomedical applications.
Now for the final presentation of the day, Chris Phillips is presenting on "A study of squeegee wear in screen printing"
Next up is David Beynon presenting an overview of his work in printing humidity sensors as part of the WIN-IPT project.
First up is Tatyana Korochkina presenting "Effect of process parameters on the electrical properties of screen printed conductive inks".
The final session of the day is about to start with presentations on screen printing and printed humidity sensors.
The final presentation of this session is by Peter Greenwood on "A novel scanning technique for evaluating printed electrode performance".
Next up is Jenny Baker of the WCPC presenting her work on "Graphene Inks as catalysts in dye sensitised solar cells."
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