The latest advances in flexible and printed electronics for a safer future will take center stage at the 20th anniversary Flexible Hybrid Electronics Conference and Exhibition(FLEX Conference 2021), February 22-26. The virtual event will feature keynotes, panels, technical sessions, TechTALKS and networking opportunities. Registration is open.
FLEX Conference 2021 runs daily from 8:00am to 12:00pm Pacific Time and Feb. 23-24 at 4:00pm Pacific Time to feature speakers in Asia.
Sponsored by SEMI FlexTech, FLEX will explore 20 Years of Driving Innovation to Make the World Safer with cutting-edge applications that deepen interactions between users and their surroundings. The annual event focuses on equipment, processes, and materials for flexible hybrid and printed electronic products, highlighting the latest technical breakthroughs, electronics applications and business strategies.
Dr. Ana Claudia Arias, Professor, UC Berkeley
Printed Electronic Materials and Applications in Flexible Electronics and Wearable Medical Devices
Dr. Charles Geraci, Jr., Associate Director for Emerging Technologies, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health(NIOSH)
Safety and Stewardship as Elements of Success with Advanced Materials
Dr. George Malliaras, University of Cambridge
Electronics on the Brain
Dr. Christine Ho, CEO and Co-founder, Imprint Energy
Safe, High-Performance Green Batteries for Blending Electronics Into Our Lives
Market and Application Drivers with Top Executives and Academics
Featured organizations include:
- Google, GE Research, HP Incorporated, NovaCentrix, AiQ Smart Clothing, Alertgy, Air Force Research Laboratory, Birla Carbon, CCDC Army Research Lab, CHASM Advanced Materials, Elephantech, General Silicones, IDTechEx, ITN Energy Systems, Lithium Battery Engineering, NextFlex and PlayNitride Display
- Auburn University, Eindhoven University of Technology, Palo Alto Research Center, Soochow University, Tohoku University, UCLA, University of Manchester, Simon Fraser University, Stanford University, SUNY-Buffalo, UC-San Diego, University of Arizona, University of Washington and Yamagata University
- Flexible Materials and Technology from Asia
- Flexible Hybrid Electronics Systems
- Materials Processing
- Sensors and MEMS
- Sustainability and Power
The Promoting Diversity in Tech – Bringing Awareness to Unconscious Biases session will highlight diversity and mentoring opportunities in the electronics design and manufacturing industry. FLEX 2021 will also host the annual university student poster session showcasing flexible electronics, MEMS and sensors projects.
See the complete agenda for FLEX 2021.