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IeMRC Annual Conference

Wednesday 25th September 2013 Sir Denis Rooke, Holywell Park, Loughborough.


The Innovative electronics Manufacturing Research Centre (IeMRC) are hosting their 8th annual conference in the Dennis Rooke Building, Holywell Park, Loughborough University.

The day will include research presentations, table top exhibitions from UK industry and posters of work from current and previously funded electronics manufacturing related projects.

If you would like to present a poster of your work, or request a table top exhibition space, please let the organisers know in your registration.

To register for FREE or for any enquiries please email the IeMRC at: iemrc@lboro.ac.uk

For more information about this event visit the IeMRC website: www.iemrc.org

 

AGENDA:

Registration from 8.30am – 9.20am
Welcome and Introductions from the IeMRC to the 8th Annual Conference

Session 1: Accelerating Innovation
Dr Huw Davies - The UK electronics sector and Technology Strategy Board funding opportunities
Prof Paul Conway and Prof Andy West - Embedded product and process monitoring across electronics supply chain

Session 2: Flexible Electronics
Dr Martin Walkinshaw - Update on projects and facilities at the National Printed Electronics Centre
Dr Hazel Assender - Roll-to-roll Vacuum processed Carbon Based Electronics (RoVaCBE)
Dr Rob Seagar & Prof Tilak Dias - High Performance Flexible, Fabric Electronics for MegaHertz Frequency Communications

Session 3: Sustainability
Prof Margaret Bates - Iyalode of e-waste
Dr Andrew Ballantyne - Sustainable Solder Flux from Novel Ionic Liquid Solvents; Greener, Cleaner and Cheaper
Dr Daniel Rogers - Recycling & sustainable remanufacture of computer PSUs into MPPT solar interfaces for battery charging
Prof Marc Desmulliez - The metallisation onto non conductive surfaces using chlorophyll: where nature meets electronics

Session 4: Nanoelectronics
Dr David Hut - Functionalisation of copper nanoparticles to enable metallisation in electronics manufacturing
Mr Micheal Down - Carbon nanotube composite surfaces for electrical contact interfaces

Concluding remarks and close from the IeMRC, close 4.30pm

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