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See the Future of Printed Electronics at SGIA's Symposium

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Fairfax, Virginia – SGIA's 2011 Printed Electronics and Membrane Switch Symposium (San Jose, California; June 14-16) is happening next month, where current and future technologies will collide to bring you a highly specialized educational program and can't-miss product demonstrations from leading industry exhibitors. Register by May 5 and save $50 off your registration.

SGIA has put together two days of focused presentations, including:

-Thick Film EL and OLED Technologies in Printed Electronics: Fundamentals and Practical Aspects with Eric Bruton of Jost Chemical. Understanding the fundamentals of thick film AC EL and OLED technologies is essential to improving functionality and developing new products and applications.

-Current and Emerging Applications in Printed Electronics for Membrane Switch Manufacturers with Don Banfield of Conductive Compounds. Learn about some of the technology, end-use requirements, test standards and material issues required to understand a diverse range of printed electronics applications.

-Interactive Electrochromic Magazine Cover: A Case Study Panel Presentation with Malcolm Keif from California Polytechnic State University, Richard Morris of Si-Cal, and others. Hear about the design and development of the electrochromic cover, and how the technology was selected, project goals, partners and the role of students in the project.

Register now to save $50 on your Symposium registration – offer ends May 5. Book your hotel reservation by May 6 to guarantee the best rate. Visit SGIA.org, Keyword: PEMS.


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