Wednesday, October 23, 1:10 PM~3:10 PM Room:505a
J1 Wearable

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    2:40 PM~3:10 PM
    J1-4 Tactile Sensing Electronic Skin for Wearable and Robotic Applications
    Steve Park
    Assistant Professor
    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST), South Korea

Thursday, October 24, 3:40 PM~5:40 PM Room:504c
J3 OEA

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    3:40 PM~4:10 PM
    J3-1 Ink Jet Printing of OLED Displays – the Interplay of Materials, Ink Formulation, Processing and Device Performance
    Georg Bernatz
    Senior Director, Product Research OLED Physics 
    Merck KGaA, Germany
     
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    4:10 PM~4:40 PM
    J3-2 Applications of Photonic Curing to Flexible Electronic Devices
    Kenji Shinozaki
    Director Business Development Asia 
    Novacentrix, Japan
     
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    4:40 PM~5:10 PM
    J3-3 Human-Machine Interface in the IoT Era
    Albert Lu
    CTO 
    Interlink Electronics, Inc., Singapore
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    5:10 PM~5:40 PM
    J3-4
    Electronics Go 3D -From Printed Electronics to 3D Structural Electronics -Status and Roadmap for New Compact 3D Functional Applications

    Wolfgang Mildner
    Owner 
    MSWtech, Germany

Friday, October 25, 10:30 AM~12:30 PM Room:504b
J4 Flexible Hybrid Electronics

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    10:30 AM~11:00 AM
    J4-1 Flexible, Printed and Hybrid Electronics 2019-2029: State of the Market and Opportunities
    Raghu Das
    CEO
    IDTechEX, United Kingdom
     
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    11:00 AM~11:30 AM
    J4-2 Bio-Inspired Structures and Functions for Wearable Sensors
    Hyunhyub Ko
    Professor 
    Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology (UNIST), South Korea
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    11:30 AM~12:00 PM
    J4-3 Development of Power Supplies for Mini Sensor Systems Using Printing Technology
    Ye Tao
    Senior Research Officer 
    National Research Council Canada, Canada
     
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    12:00 PM~12:30 PM
    J4-4 Flexible Sensors and Wearable Patches for Healthcare and Human-Machine-Interfaces
    Chengkuo Lee
    Professor 
    National University of Singapore, Singapore
     

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