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Printed Electronics and Emerging Macrotrends workshop - 15th May at Catalan Delegation to the EU

The Catalonians will be presenting on innovation opportunities following their study on current macro trends and PE technologies. Not Barcelona, I'm afraid, but Brussels - so easy to get to but take an umbrella!

 

15th MAY 2013 - 10.00 to 13.30 

ESPAI CATALUNYA EUROPA, Government of Catalonia Delegation to the EU

Rue de la Loi / wetstraat 227 - BRUSSELS (Metro Schuman)

Organised by CETEMMSA Technological Centre and the Catalan Agency for Competitiveness, ACC1Ó. CETEMMSA Technological Centre will present the overview report PRINTED ELECTRONICS & EMERGING MACROTRENDS which has been generated through the application of current macrotrends analysis to the Printed Electronics technologies in order to be able to identify sectors opportunities, define strategic marketing actions and understand its designs implications. An overview of the report can be found here

CETEMMSA is a technology centre carrying out research in the field of Printed Electronics and transferring its knowledge to companies willing to innovate through differentiated and high added value products. It is now possible to emit light, store energy and physical or biological data, or interact with objects and people in a different and innovative way. CETEMMSA does it thanks to its integrated chain, covering from applied research to engineering, and product industrialization.

AGENDA

09.00-10.00 . Registration and coffee10.00-10.05 . Welcoming of Mr. Pere Puig, Delegate of the Government of Catalonia to the EU 10.05-10.15 . Mr. Salvador Sedó, Member of the European Parliament.  Member of Committee ITRE10.15-10.20 . CETEMMSA Technological Centre. Pere Merino, president of CETEMMSA10.20-11.10 . Printed Electronics & Emerging Macrotrends Report Presentation.  Josep Lluis Checa, Deputy Director of the Presidency and Anna Escoda, General Manager of CETEMMSA 11.10-12.15 . Presentations and Round Table:  Printed Electronics from Research to Industry. Moderated by  Mr. Patrick Bressler, Fraunhofer Head of Brussels Office (tbc). Mr. Klaus Hecker. Managing Director of Organic Electronic Association . Mr. Thomas Skordas, Head of Unit of Photonics (DG CNECT). Mr. Michael Catinat, Head of Unit Key Enabling Technologies and ICT (DG ENT) (tbc). Mr. Jaime Ibañez de Elejalde, Research Programme Officer - Materials Unit (DG RTD). Ms. M.Carme Margelí, International Projects of CETEMMSA  12.15-13.15 . Reception and finger food offered by CETEMMSA

Additional information and registration contact ue@catalonia.com

Registration deadline 10th May

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