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innoLAE Industry Networking Day 2019

21 January 2019

| Free

Making Connections: accelerating innovation in flexible and hybrid electronics

innoLAE 2019 industry day is the UK’s leading networking event focusing on the industrialisation of printed electronics based technologies. The event brings together experts in research, technology innovation and manufacturing of printed, flexible and large-area electronics.

The industry day will highlight the market opportunities and industry challenges the technology is facing with an end user panel discussion, and the hugely popular opportunity to give a 2-minute pitch about what your company can offer. Drinks and canapés will be provided in the networking session which will round off the event and lead onto the innoLAE 2019 conference the following day.

Reasons to attend:

  • Gain access to decision-makers associated with large-area electronics
  • Learn from the leading companies active in large-area electronics
  • Network with key players within the industry
  • Find out how your business can benefit from the latest funding opportunities

Attendance of this event is FREE and by invitation only.
To request an invitation please contact: info@largeareaelectronics.org

Programme

12:30Registration
Sandwich lunch available
13:15Welcome and Introduction
13:30The current status of printed, flexible and large-area electronics
- Market prospects: Raghu Das, IDTechEx
- Technology Overview: Dr Neil Chilton, Printed Electronics Limited
- Enhancing the functionality of design with printed electronics. Richard Liddle, Cohda
15:002 minute technology pitches
15:20Break
15:40Unlocking the market opportunities for printed, flexible and large-area electronics
Panel discussion with participants including representation from:
- Dr Natasha Conway, Beko
- Christoph Zipko, Greiner
- Dr Peter Jarritt, National Institute for Health Research
16:40Funding opportunities for UK electronics industry
- Ali Anjomshoaa, Knowledge Transfer Network
16:552 minute technology pitches
17:15Networking drinks and canapés
18:30Event Close

Speakers

Ali Anjomshoaa

Knowledge Transfer Manager, Knowledge Transfer Network

 

Dr Neil Chilton

Co-founder, Printed Electronics Limited

Dr Natasha Conway

R&D Manager. Beko

Raghu Das

CEO, IDTechEx

 

Richard Liddle

Founder & Creative Director, Cohda Design

 

Christoph Zipko

Head of Future Foresight, Greiner

Watch this space for programme updates and further details - or follow our twitter, facebook or LinkedIn accounts for announcements.

Details

Date:
21 January 2019
Time:
12:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre
Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Hinxton
Cambridge,CB10 1RQUnited Kingdom
+ Google Map
Phone:
+44 (0)1223 495 000
Website:
http://conferencecentre.wellcomegenomecampus.org/about/

Organisers

EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics
Centre for Process Innovation

Ali Anjomshoaa

Knowledge Transfer Manager, Knowledge Transfer Network

Ali is part of the Knowledge Transfer Network’s Emerging Technologies & Industries team and has 15 years of innovation and technology transfer experience. Previously, he led the Sensors & Instrumentation Knowledge Transfer group, part of the Electronics, Sensors, Photonics KTN.

With a diverse array of technology experience, including distributed and high-end computing, mobile, wireless, advanced sensors & instrumentation, and software platforms, Ali has delivered projects in scientific research, healthcare, forensic science and the energy sector.

Ali holds a Masters in Medical Physics, a Masters in Advanced Instrumentation Systems and a PhD in Experimental Particle Physics. He has ran his own technology consultancy companies to deliver innovation and technology projects.

Dr Neil Chilton

Co-founder, Printed Electronics Limited

Neil has more than twenty years’ experience in the field of electronics and electronic components.  After completing his BSc and PhD in Physics, his technical career took him to Japan where he worked for four years at the Advanced Materials Research Division of Nippon Steel Corporation. After returning to the UK, Dr. Chilton joined Europe’s then largest printed circuit board manufacturing company where he was later part of an MBO team and Technical Director.

In 2006 together with Dr. Steve Jones, Dr. Chilton started Printed Electronics Limited to focus on the practical use of ink jet technology for manufacturing electronic interconnects, devices and systems.

Dr Natasha Conway

R&D Manager. Beko

Dr Natasha Conway is R&D Manager at Beko’s Cambridge office. Beko is one of Europe’s leading home appliance brands (part of the Arcelik group). They have opened a Cambridge R&D office to further expand their award winning R&D activities. Their aim is to establish links with companies and universities, to identify and develop pioneering technologies for next generation of products.

Raghu Das

CEO, IDTechEx

Raghu Das MA (Cantab) is CEO of IDTechEx. He has a MA Natural Sciences degree from Cambridge University, where he studied physics. He has been closely involved with the development of printed electronics for ten years, carrying out consultancy in Europe, USA, Asia and the Middle East. He has lectured as an expert at over 300 events and conferences around the world and is author of several IDTechEx publications. He leads IDTechEx consulting effort and research programs. His analyses of the industry and market forecasts have been cited globally, in publications such as Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times.

Dr. Peter Jarritt

Deputy Director, NIHR Acquired Brain Injury MedTech and In-vitro Diagnostics Co-operative (MIC)

He is the Deputy Director of the NIHR Acquired Brain Injury MedTech and In-vitro Diagnostics Co-operative (MIC) leading their Medical Devices theme. The MIC is established to support the translation of research into commercially available products and to support small and medium enterprises through the regulatory, quality and evidence processes.

He is the immediate Past President and Fellow of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.

Richard Liddle

Founder & Creative Director, Cohda Design

Richard Liddle is Founder/Creative Director at Cohda Design, educated at the Royal College of Art, Liddle holds double Masters in Design and Design Products. After working in industry for several high profile brands, Liddle established his design studio Cohda in 2003. Liddle and Cohda now help clients bring ‘World-First’ products to market through Technology, R&D, Design and Engineering. For over 15 years and Cohda’s multi-faceted team have worked with international clients to deliver original product solutions and experiences that solve problems and increase market share.  Known for his unique design approach and expertise in new and emerging technologies, his products have received worldwide recognition.  Clients include, Foster + Partners, Thorn, Tom Dixon, Channel 4, Innermost and Facebook.

Christoph Zipko

Head of Future Foresight, Greiner

Christoph Zipko is Head of Future Foresight at the global present company group Greiner. He deals with society trends and new upcoming technologies which may influence the company group in the next 10 years. Therefore he seeks for strategic partners outside and builds awareness for these new technologies inside the diversified Greiner company. Christoph is 36 years old, married and has a 16 months old daughter.

Ali Anjomshoaa

Knowledge Transfer Manager, Knowledge Transfer Network

Ali is part of the Knowledge Transfer Network’s Emerging Technologies & Industries team and has 15 years of innovation and technology transfer experience. Previously, he led the Sensors & Instrumentation Knowledge Transfer group, part of the Electronics, Sensors, Photonics KTN.

With a diverse array of technology experience, including distributed and high-end computing, mobile, wireless, advanced sensors & instrumentation, and software platforms, Ali has delivered projects in scientific research, healthcare, forensic science and the energy sector.

Ali holds a Masters in Medical Physics, a Masters in Advanced Instrumentation Systems and a PhD in Experimental Particle Physics. He has ran his own technology consultancy companies to deliver innovation and technology projects.

Dr Neil Chilton

Co-founder, Printed Electronics Limited

Neil has more than twenty years’ experience in the field of electronics and electronic components.  After completing his BSc and PhD in Physics, his technical career took him to Japan where he worked for four years at the Advanced Materials Research Division of Nippon Steel Corporation. After returning to the UK, Dr. Chilton joined Europe’s then largest printed circuit board manufacturing company where he was later part of an MBO team and Technical Director.

In 2006 together with Dr. Steve Jones, Dr. Chilton started Printed Electronics Limited to focus on the practical use of ink jet technology for manufacturing electronic interconnects, devices and systems.

Dr Natasha Conway

R&D Manager. Beko

Dr Natasha Conway is R&D Manager at Beko’s Cambridge office. Beko is one of Europe’s leading home appliance brands (part of the Arcelik group). They have opened a Cambridge R&D office to further expand their award winning R&D activities. Their aim is to establish links with companies and universities, to identify and develop pioneering technologies for next generation of products.

Raghu Das

CEO, IDTechEx

Raghu Das MA (Cantab) is CEO of IDTechEx. He has a MA Natural Sciences degree from Cambridge University, where he studied physics. He has been closely involved with the development of printed electronics for ten years, carrying out consultancy in Europe, USA, Asia and the Middle East. He has lectured as an expert at over 300 events and conferences around the world and is author of several IDTechEx publications. He leads IDTechEx consulting effort and research programs. His analyses of the industry and market forecasts have been cited globally, in publications such as Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times.

Dr. Peter Jarritt

Deputy Director, NIHR Acquired Brain Injury MedTech and In-vitro Diagnostics Co-operative (MIC)

He is the Deputy Director of the NIHR Acquired Brain Injury MedTech and In-vitro Diagnostics Co-operative (MIC) leading their Medical Devices theme. The MIC is established to support the translation of research into commercially available products and to support small and medium enterprises through the regulatory, quality and evidence processes.

He is the immediate Past President and Fellow of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.

Richard Liddle

Founder & Creative Director, Cohda Design

Richard Liddle is Founder/Creative Director at Cohda Design, educated at the Royal College of Art, Liddle holds double Masters in Design and Design Products. After working in industry for several high profile brands, Liddle established his design studio Cohda in 2003. Liddle and Cohda now help clients bring ‘World-First’ products to market through Technology, R&D, Design and Engineering. For over 15 years and Cohda’s multi-faceted team have worked with international clients to deliver original product solutions and experiences that solve problems and increase market share.  Known for his unique design approach and expertise in new and emerging technologies, his products have received worldwide recognition.  Clients include, Foster + Partners, Thorn, Tom Dixon, Channel 4, Innermost and Facebook.

Christoph Zipko

Head of Future Foresight, Greiner

Christoph Zipko is Head of Future Foresight at the global present company group Greiner. He deals with society trends and new upcoming technologies which may influence the company group in the next 10 years. Therefore he seeks for strategic partners outside and builds awareness for these new technologies inside the diversified Greiner company. Christoph is 36 years old, married and has a 16 months old daughter.