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2016 Printed Electronics Symposium is Less Than Two Months Away

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Day-and-a-half event begins one day before the 2016 SGIA Expo

Fairfax, Virginia - Register now the for 2016 Printed Electronics Symposium (Las Vegas, September 13–14) and get a firsthand look at the latest technical advancements and production processes that are driving this growing imaging sector.

“Having the Symposium before the Expo gave me an opportunity to continue the dialogue with attendees at the show.”
— Denise Radkowski, University of Massachusetts Lowell PERC, and 2015 Symposium Attendee 

This day-and-a-half event offers high-level education about timely challenges and solutions that are specific to the printed electronics market, and it provides unbeatable opportunities to network within your community. Sessions are taught by the leaders in the community, and include topics such as films, medical sensors, flexible substrates, textile electronics and more.

“Many of the presentations were about existing yet new technologies that can be used to generate revenue and be integrated into projects today, and the networking opportunities were excellent. ”
— Martin Proctor, Lumvatech, and 2015 Symposium Attendee 

Additionally, IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries® has partnered with SGIA again this year to offer two education sessions during the Symposium. IPC is a global trade association dedicated to furthering the competitive excellence and financial success of its members, who are participants in the electronics industry. In pursuit of these objectives, IPC will devote resources to management improvement and technology enhancement programs, the creation of relevant standards, protection of the environment, and pertinent government relations.

View the full agenda now and add the 2016 Printed Electronics Symposium to your  SGIA Expo registration! But hurry — the event is in just seven weeks!


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