●Wednesday, June 13 to Friday, June 15, 2012 ●PEC Japan Special Stage, East Hall 6
PEC Japan 2012
Admission Fee (3 day pass):
Yen 10,000(JPCA/JIEP/JARA Member Company)
Printovate Technologies, Inc., President, Daniel Gamota
IMEC, Holst Centre, Managing Director/ TNO, Jaap Lombaers
In Holst Centre, founded in 2005 by imec and TNO, over 40 companies worldwide are engaging in
joint innovation in the field of printed and flexible electronics, together with the centre’s own
researchers and those of universities. They address application areas such as lighting, solar cells,
displays and smart tags. I will present Holst centre’s partnership model, its recent achievements and its outlook.
A*STAR Institute of Materials Research and Engineering Program Manager,
The Printed Electronic in Singapore is designed to address the present technology
and engineering gaps in materials, design and processes to enable the lab-to-fab
transition through the printed electronics supply chain development, i.e. from
printable material (synthesis and scale-up), process engineering
(solution-processable material systems and product specifications), applications
and manufacturing. This effort is supported by Singapore Economic Development
Board and various government agencies with participants from research
communities (A*STAR, and universities) and industry partners.
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Flexible Electronics Research Center Director Toshihide Kamata
Recent trend and activity in the technology development of flexible electronics and printed
electronics in Japan will be introduced.
Konkuk. University. Professor/Toba CEO Kee Hyun Shin
One of most important issues in the R2R(roll-to-roll) printed electronics might be the matching among parameters in the R2R printing systems. In this presentation, several technologies for matching will be suggested. Mathematical models and experimental approaches are introduced in order to develop matching logics which will define inter-relationships among parameters in ink transfer, pattern geometry, surface conditions of substrates, and operating conditions in the R2R printing systems.
Thin Film Electronics/Hokkaido University Head, Japan and Corporate VP/Professor Jiro Kasahara
Printed electronics has been commercialized with organic ferroelectric memories. Technology overview of the printed memory and perspective for business will be presented.
Panasonic Corporation Material & Process Development Center Director
Printed Electronics is one of the key technologies for green era.
The view of printing technology will be described with its applications and issues.
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation OPV Business Development Department, Information and Electronics Division, General Manager Hiroaki Yamaoka
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation is developing a new concept printing type organic
photovoltaic. The lecture will present OPV characteristics and milestones for
future performance advancements and applications for market as new generation
NEC Corporation Smart energy research laboratories Kaichiro Nakano
NEC has been developing “organic-radical battery” which is based on a radical-polymer anode.Properties of the battery will be presented.
Process technology /
Equipment technology Session(1) 10:00～12:35
Chair：Masaaki Oda/Hirokazu Okuzono
Tohoku University, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials Professor, Tokuji Miyashita
In attempt to apply offset and gravure technique to the fabrication of flexible printed devices,
basic problem is discussed based on nanotechnology.
Nihon Denshi Seiki Co., Ltd., President, Masanori Maruno
Introduction of various minute printing methods gravure, gravure-offset and flexo printing to manufacture devices on flexible printed circuit films.
Toray Engineering Co.,Ltd., Technology Center Research & Development Div., Department Manager, Hiroshi Kawaguchi
This report explains the technology which prints the precise pattern in a resin film substrate using the roll to roll method.
Process technology /
Equipment technology Session(2) 13:30～16:05
Chair:Hirokazu Okuzono/Masaaki Oda
University of Hyogo LASTI, Professor, Shinji Matsui
Nanoimprint is an emerging lithographic technology that promises high-throughput pattering of nanostructures.
Nanoimprint can be applied to optical device, magnetic device, LSI device and so on.
Engineering System Co.,Ltd., Senior Application Adviser, Kenichi Kotaki
Introduction of the possibility of direct patterning application by using Q-jet (Electrostatic Force Patterning/Coating system) and large field nanoimprint equipment.
Toray Engineering Co., Ltd., Technolo gy Center Research & development Div.,
The outline of Printed Electronics based on electrophotograpy is described, in which the metal or
conductive powder is used instead of toner. Also the some new Printed Electronics technology
combined with electro- or nonelectro-plating technology is introduced.
Materials technology session(1)
semiconductor coating 10:00～12:35
Chair:Shoji Inagaki/Shuuichi Maeda
TEIJIN LIMITED, Integrative Technology Research Institute Senior researcher, Yoshinori Ikeda
Silicon nanoparticles inks and paste are developed for printable electronics material. In this
session, we will introduce the properties of silicon nano particles and inks/paste, and describe
development of silicon inks and paste for TFT and PV applications.
Hiroshima University, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Professor, Kazuo Takimiya
Recent progresses on organic semiconductors applicable to vapor-processed or solution
processed organic field-effect transistors will be presented.
DAICEL CORPORATION, ORGANIC CHEMICAL PRODUCTS COMPANY, RESEARCHER, Yasuyuki Akai
Daicel’s solvents CELTOL® offer rational options for accurate processing of PE materials. Some
facts and examples will be introduced.
Materials technology session(2)
Conductive ink/Paste material 13:30～16:55
Chair:Hiroshi Uchida/Shuuichi Maeda
NovaCentrix, VP Marketing, Stan Farnsworth
This paper reviews the basic principles of the technology and expounds on implications to applications and materials,
including cost and performance.Specifically, application with radio frequency identification tags and potential use for thin film transistors are presented.
Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd., Tsukuba Research Laboratory Yasushi Kumashiro
In this presentation,I would like to introduce our material technology, such as Cu and insulator, for printed electronics.
TAIYO HOLDINGS CO., LTD. Development Sec.Ⅱ R&D Dept.Ⅱ R&D Div.,
We would like to introduce development trend of paste, which is suitable for various process and new technology of electrode patterning with Al paste.
MITSUBISHI PAPER MILLS LIMITED． KYOTO R&D LABORATORY、IMAGING MEDIA DIVISION SENIOR RESEARCH STAFF, Shigeki Shino
Printing pastes consist of silver powder or flakes by screen printing is a conventional method of forming conductive patterns.
On the other hand, technology of forming conductive patterns with metal nanoparticle is making a major progress recently.
Methods of forming conductive patterns with metal nanoparticle is shortly introduced from its technical aspects.
In addition, our silver nanoparticle technology with our original chemical sintering process instead of usual thermal process is also introduced with a few applications.
PE technology development trend session(1)
NIPPON MEKTRON,LTD. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DEPARTMENT Masayuki Iwase
MEK illustrate the trend of PRINTED ELECTRONICS technique that attracts attention now,
and introduce the case example of our PE product development.
ASADA MESH CO., LTD., Technical Sales Department Sales Section Manager, Yasuhiro Morotomi
Improvement of Screen Printing quality is due to the progress of the mesh.
Ultra-Hard SUS Mesh solved the problems of “Snap-Off” & “Screen-Distortion”.
TOYOCHEM CO., LTD., Printed Electronics Dept. New Business Development Dev., General Manager, Toshihiko Tanaka
Driven by touch screen panel ,the high density printing that uses the silver paste is progressing.
I’d like to introduce our company works how we complete the consistent print with excellent fine
PE technology development trend session(2)
Ishihara Chemical Company, Ltd., Research & Development Department,
The conductive copper nano ink has been developed. We will report an approach to form circuit patterns
by that ink with Photo-sintering process.
Harima Chemicals, Inc., Tsukuba Research Laboratory Director, Yorishige Matsuba
Printed electronics demands a question, how to use nano inks for each application. Typical formulations are shown here based on materials and processes.
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., Corporate R&D Division Tatsumi Takahashi
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP) is a world first company which developed pigment dispersed
color filter for LCD. A flexible color filter by roll-to-roll process developed by DNP will be
PE standardization trends session
Osaka University, Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research Professor, Katsuaki Suganuma
Standardization for printed electronics has begun covering wide area of technologies
such as materials, processes, evaluation methods, and supply chain will be reviewed briefly.
IPC, Director, Technology Transfer, Marc Carter
IPC believes the Printed Electronics industry has reached the point in it's growth that the next level will be greatly facilitated by consensus-based
internationally-accepted standards. This is best achieved by cooperation between the all organizations involved across national boundaries. On this basis, IPC and JPCA are developing the D-60 series of Printed Electronic Standards, which will be supported by a Printed Electronics-specific Technology Roadmap to help identify needed development efforts.
ULVAC, Inc. Chiba Institute for Super Materials Chief Counselor/Japan Advanced Printed Electronics Technology Research Association Standardization Senior Manager, Masaaki Oda
In JAPERA, thirty Japanese companies, AIST and five universities are participating in the development of standardization technology in PE.
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation R&D Strategy Department Fellow/CEREBA Strategy Division, Shuuichi Maeda
An introduction of the ISO/IEC international standardization activity at CEREBA
which is evaluation and research base for organic electronic materials.
Materials technology session(3) Base material
Chair:Yukihiro Yoshida/Hiroshi Uchida
DUPONT-TORAY CO., LTD,“ Kapton” Strategic Business Planning Senior Business Development Specialist, Hitoshi Kuribara
Introduction of films suitable for printed electronics substrates. Various kinds of polyimide films
and new development ideas are introduced.
Teijin Chemicals Ltd., Research, Development, Technology & Production Administration Department, Koki Ikeda
Properties of plastic films consisted of polycarbonate / other plastic resins and their application cases for electronics devices are explained.
ZEON CORPORATION, New Business Development Department Corporate Planning Division, Manager, Motofumi Kashiwagi
In this presentation, we introduce unique characters and applications of Cyclo olefin Polymer
(COP) for transparence film substrate.
Please note that the speaker(s) and Program(s) are subject to change.