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Printed Electronics Related Webinars Available to Watch On-Demand

Free expert-led webinars from IDTechEx, providing up-to-date insights on emerging technologies and markets.
 
Please see below a list of printed electronics related webinars, including end of year highlights, available to watch on-demand today (with slides available to download).
 
 
Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Charlotte Coles
Available until 12th February 2021
Augmented, virtual, and mixed reality products are at the forefront of technological change. Over the 2010-2020 decade, there have been many new products released which have captured the imagination of creators, developers and businesses alike. This webinar introduces different aspects of the XR market, including: a summary of the types of headsets available, a discussion on the wide variety of applications which they are used today, and some example trends and comparisons between different headsets.
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Presented by IDTechEx CEO, Raghu Das
Available until 17th March 2021
This webinar explores how flexible and printed electronics is allowing organizations to radically improve and distinguish products, make the unfeasible feasible, and provide opportunities for improving medical monitoring, human machine interfaces and much more. The webinar, based on extensive research by analysts IDTechEx, covers key developments and challenges within the fields of flexible, stretchable and structural electronic, quantifying the market opportunity. The application of these to healthcare, mobility and retail will be examined, with identification of the trends and changes in those industries and why and how this technology is making an impact.
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Presented by IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop
Available until 18th May 2021
This webinar shares some of the research for the new IDTechEx report, "Energy Harvesting for Electronic Devices 2020-2040". It comes at just the right time. The world's first self-powered smart watches have just arrived. They are not full-function but we are getting there. That billion a year harvester potential will be followed by similar numbers of Internet of Things nodes. Learn other big prizes making several of the world's largest companies research energy harvesting
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Presented by IDTechEx Principal Analyst, Dr Xiaoxi He
Available until 3rd June 2021
In this webinar, Dr Xiaoxi He will give an introduction of micro-LED displays and things you should know about them. Contents covered in this webinar include motivations and drivers of micro-LED displays; landscape of micro-LED displays; fabrication processes, and technologies of micro-LED displays. 2-3 technologies involved in micro-LED fabrication will be discussed with more details.
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Presented by IDTechEx Senior Technology Analyst, Dr Luyun Jiang
Available until 9th July 2021
The market for 5G is expected to be over 720 billion USD by 2030, with large scale roll-out of infrastructures and rapid adoption of 5G devices and services. Many characteristic benefits promised by 5G will operate at high frequency (above 26 GHz), i.e. mmWave 5G. Such high frequency requires new materials and different device design. This webinar will help to clarify the real market opportunities for 5G from different perspectives, including user equipment adoption; 5G station deployment; active antennas; new trend in RF components; materials challenges; and emerging use cases.
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Presented by IDTechEx Principal Analyst, Dr Richard Collins
Available until 16th July 2021
Materials informatics (MI) involves the use of data-centric approaches for materials science R&D. There are multiple strategic approaches and already some notable success stories; significant adoption is happening now and missing this transition will be very costly. This webinar will provide a technical introduction to the field; a discussion as to why now?; an overview of key players and developments; key commercial outlooks; critical appraisal of strategic direction available to industrial users; and success stories.
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Presented by IDTechEx Principal Analyst, Dr Xiaoxi He
Available until 28th July 2021
This webinar gives an introduction of the most common thin, flexible and printed batteries and corresponding technologies. Seeing the brief introduction of applications, we will focus on the key markets that players are targeting at. From this webinar, you will learn an introduction of thin, flexible and printed batteries; common technologies applied in these batteries; potential applications and special focus; and current status and future opportunities.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Matthew Dyson
Available until 6th August 2021
This webinar will introduce the motivation for printed sensors, and highlight some key trends and innovations in this diverse landscape. This includes how printing can enable SWIR imaging for autonomous vehicles at an affordable price, and why we might be squeezing as well as swiping our electronic devices in future. Emerging technologies and applications in printed gas, temperature and strain sensors, along with wearable electrodes, is also discussed. Specifically, this webinar includes a detailed look at the technologies underpinning printed image and piezoresistive sensors; an assessment of the technological readiness level of competing technologies; discussion of existing and emerging applications; and identification of technological challenges and innovation opportunities.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Charlotte Coles
Available until 16th September 2021
Optics and displays used in augmented, mixed and virtual reality displays impact the user experience of an immersive environment, hence the quality of these technologies are of paramount importance to future device adoption. In the future, new technologies will improve and provide a much improved, more realistic immersive experience for users. The webinar includes why do optics and displays matter?; what are the key properties in choosing an optical set-up?; what are the key properties in choosing a micro-display?; where are these markets going in the next decade?; and what can I learn from the report: 'Optics and Displays in AR, VR, and MR 2020-2030: Technologies, Players and Markets'.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Matthew Dyson
Available until 17th September 2021
Flexible Hybrid Electronics is a rapidly emerging approach to electrical circuit manufacture. This talk will begin by highlighting the motivation for flexible hybrid electronics, specifically how it avoids the technical and commercial challenges that have hindered the adoption of fully printed electronics. The fundamental enabling technologies, such as flexible ICs and low-temperature attachment methods, will be outlined, along with roadmaps to overcome the remaining technological and commercial barriers. This webinar includes an overview of latest market forecast and key trends; technology benchmarking and new entrant analysis; and analysis of technological transitions and associated innovation opportunities.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr James Edmondson
Available until 23rd September 2021
This webinar provides an introduction to the various aspects of 5G thermal management, based on the new IDTechEx report "Thermal Management for 5G". The webinar covers an introduction to changes in telecommunications infrastructure; the choice of semiconductor technology for sub-6 GHz and mmWave 5G; case studies of sub-6 GHz and mmWave antenna; an overview of die attach materials and methodology; thermal interface materials for infrastructure and smartphones and power consumption for 5G.
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Presented by IDTechEx Senior Technology Analyst, Luke Gear
Available until 24th September 2021
The electric vehicle market is expanding. As a consequence, the market for power modules within all manners of electric vehicles is expanding. This, in turn, will translate into rising demand for materials, including die attach materials, used in power electronic packages and modules. This webinar covers electric vehicle growth and expansion; introduction to key trends in EV power electronics and the link to die attach technology; technology evolution of die and substrate attach paste; and power modules in EVs.
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Presented by IDTechEx Principal Analyst, Dr Xiaoxi He
Available until 21st October 2021
The report "Quantum Dot Materials and Technologies 2020-2030: Trends, Markets, Players" covers the material analysis of QDs in various applications including displays, lighting, sensors and more beyond. While this webinar we want to just focus on one aspect, which is to combine QD with another popular display technology that is emerging recently, which is micro-LED displays. This webinar will give an introduction to QDs for micro-LED displays. This webinar discusses an introduction to quantum dots; value propositions of quantum dots; integration methods of QDs for display applications; comparison of QDs and phosphors; and QDs for micro-LED displays.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Matthew Dyson
Available until 22nd October 2021
The webinar will begin by outlining the wide range of differentiating factors for conductive inks, then discussing the technical features and attributes of the main types of conductive ink. Trade-offs to consider when selecting or developing a conductive ink will be highlighted. Emerging applications for conductive inks will then be reviewed, covering wearable skin patches, e-textiles, in-mold electronics (IME), additive manufacturing (3D printed electronics, circuit prototyping) and how the transition towards flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) will create extensive opportunities for conductive inks to replace etched copper. This webinar includes discussion of the various types of conductive inks, their differentiating factors, readiness level, and the applications to which they are best suited; overview of the latest market forecast and conductive ink applications, highlighting those that are predicted to see the most growth over the next 10 years; and analysis of technological transitions and associated innovation opportunities.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Matthew Dyson
Available until 29th October 2021
We will cover the three different approaches to 3D electronics, specifically applying electronics onto surfaces, in-mold electronics (IME) and 3D printed electronics. This webinar includes aiscussion of the various approaches of manufacturing 3D electronics, their differentiating factors, readiness level, and the applications to which they are best suited; case studies showing how 3D electronics can be used in many different applications; overview of the latest market forecast for the different 3D-electronics categories, highlighting which techniques and applications are predicted to see the most growth over the next 10 years; and an analysis of technological transitions and associated innovation opportunities.
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Matthew Dyson
Available until 12th November 2021
In this webinar, Dr Matthew Dyson discusses what he believes are some of the most exciting emerging application opportunities. Emerging applications that will be discussed in the webinar include electronic skin patches to enable continuous monitoring of medical/wellness/fitness parameters such as heart rate, temperature, and even wound pH; building integrated electronics, including capacitive sensors for detecting water leaks and transparent antennas printed onto glass; and sticker electronics, in which flexible stickers containing antenna, sensors and mounted integrated circuits enable remote monitoring of packages and industrial equipment.
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Presented by IDTechEx Senior Technology Analyst, Dr Luyun Jiang
Available until 25th November 2021
The most revolutionary aspect of 5G network relies on the high-frequency 5G technologies, i.e. mmWave 5G. At such high frequency, using low-loss materials to reduce the signal loss becomes essential. However, the low-loss materials market is very fragmented due to the vast number of different materials options. In this webinar, we try to identify the promising materials for 5G infrastructure and smartphone and access the potential market. In this webinar, Dr Luyun Jiang will explore the following questions: where will we need low-loss materials?; what are the requirements for low-loss materials for mmWave 5G applications?; can thermosets materials compete with thermoplastics in the 5G market?; and how big is the market for low-loss materials?
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Presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst, Dr Matthew Dyson
Available until 3rd December 2021
Printed/flexible electronics is a constantly evolving area with extensive scope for innovation. These innovations span from technically advanced materials to novel manufacturing methodologies and cover a diverse set of applications that ranges from OLED displays to wearable healthcare patches. In this webinar Dr Dyson will discuss four technical innovations learned about in 2020. All demonstrate novelty, technical elegance, and commercial relevance. Specifically, these are: fully flexible thinned silicon integrated circuits (ICs). These enable processing capabilities previously associated with packaged ICs such as Bluetooth to be mounted on flexible/curved substrates; an OLED host material that prevents aggregation of emissive molecules, thus improving luminescent efficiency; metal gel based stretchable conductive traces, targeted at wearable electronics applications. This material does not fatigue following repeated stretching and enables robust attachment to rigid components; and solution processable inorganic LEDs, combing the efficiency and longevity of conventional LEDs with printability.
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Presented by IDTechEx Principal Analyst, Dr Richard Collins
Available until 8th December 2021
IDTechEx provides comprehensive market analysis on the fields of graphene, CNTs and 2D materials & nanotubes beyond carbon. This end-of-year webinar provides a critical update on these markets. Each material is at a different stage of commercial maturity and development with a large amount of competition, drivers, and material variation within each: graphene is approaching the commercial realisation as production ramps up and notable orders are received; the Carbon Nanotube (CNT) market is at the cusp of significant growth after premature capacity expansions, this is predominantly driven by the application in lithium-ion batteries; and 2D materials and nanotubes beyond carbon are an exciting and diverse field but at a much earlier stage of development, predominantly in the domain of academic and industrial R&D. Based on extensive primary information and detailed analysis, this webinar will provide a detailed assessment and outlook for these advanced materials. The talk will highlight key developments, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, company performances, geographic variations, and application areas.
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