Plastic Electronics Conference shows new approaches to customise electrical supply
As part of the Plastic Electronics Conference, which will take place from 6-8 October 2015 in Dresden, Germany, senior scientist Andreas Willert of Fraunhofer ENAS in Chemnitz, Germany, will give an overview on tailoring printed primary batteries for various kinds of applications.
Printed batteries have been in existence for some time, however there are still only a few examples of industrial use of printing technologies to deposit battery materials. In his presentation, Willert will provide an overview of approaches to customise electrical power according to applications’ requirements and present applications including LED demonstrators and sensor device power supply.
The Plastic Electronics Conference is a co-located event of the semiconductor trade show SEMICON Europa and caters to experts from the fields of flexible, printed, organic and large-area electronics. The two events are expected to attract more than 400 exhibitors and 6000 visitors to Dresden.