The 5th annual Innovations in Large-Area Electronics Conference (innoLAE2019) will be held at the Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre in Hinxton, Cambridge, UK on 22-23 January 2019.
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Why attend innoLAE?
- Gain access to key decision-makers in the LAE community
- Learn from representatives of leading companies active in the technology
- Hear the latest results from academic researchers
- Form new partnerships with delegates, exhibitors and speakers
- Network with colleagues at the gala dinner and the drinks reception
Highlights and feedback from innoLAE 2018
The three days of innoLAE 2018 events (including the industry networking event on January 22nd) were attended by 263 delegates representing 142 different organisations from 14 countries. InnoLAE has been particularly successful at attracting an equal balance of delegates from industry and academia, facilitating both dissemination and networking opportunities for researchers and key-decision makers in the LAE community. This year 47% of delegates were from academic institutions, 50% from industry, RTO or government bodies and the remaining 3% from the press.
innoLAE 2018 included both plenary and parallel track oral presentations, a poster session with poster prizes awarded to the most promising scientific and technical developments, an exhibition with leading companies and organizations showcasing their latest products and developments, and networking opportunities, including a reception and a conference gala dinner at Downing College, Cambridge, UK.
What people are saying about innoLAE 2018
"The premier UK event" - Dr Mark James, Merck Chemicals - sponsor
"It was great to see a combination of state of the art academic research and industrial implementations of LAE. It was a good opportunity to network with industry and academia in the UK." - Dr Daniel O'Connor, National Physical Laboratory, speaker
"An excellent program, with some of the best "players" in the area" - Professor Elvira Fortunato, New University of Lisbon - invited speaker
"Good to see work progressing out of the lab and into the commercial sector. I think that the frank discussions being held about market prospects and realistic device scope reveals a level of very mature thinking within the sector" - Dr Catherine Gardner, Xaar, delegate
"Many startups and academic scholars show their research and latest progress, and attendees could easily build connection with each other." - Hongbo Tang, University of Manchester, delegate