Presentations of the RISE Printed Electronics research (video, webinars)
Collection of presentations of our research, the innovation cluster and team at PEA, RISE Printed Electronics Björn Norberg, Business Developer at RISE Smart Hardware: “Illustrations from the Printed Electronics Arena Innovation Cluster” – 10 min live presentation at the Ynvisible webinar in May 2020 bit.ly/PEA_Ynvisible (timecode 05.30 and on, English) Björn Norberg, Business Developer at […]Read more
PEA is part of the IMA Share network
We’re a proud partner of the Innovative Materials Arena (IMA), an accelerator and bridge between other initiatives and material players in East Sweden. The focus of IMA is advanced innovative materials. The IMA Share is an online platform that connects buyers (bailees) and sellers (bailors) for short-term peer-to-peer transactions for sharing equipment and competences. It’s a […]Read more
Ynvisible is holding a web seminar series
Ynvisible, which develops and brings to market interactive printed graphics solutions, based on electrochromics (EC), is holding a webseminar series starting April 2nd. Webinar Series: Making Things Alive with Printed Electronics Session #1 Printed Electrochromics (duration 1 hr) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic several exciting industry conferences and seminars this spring have been cancelled. Ynvisible […]Read more
LOPEC 2020 has been cancelled!
Due to Covid 19 LOPEC 2020 has been cancelled. We hope to see you at LOPEC 2021!Read more
LOPEC here we come!
We at Printed Electronics are going to LOPEC in Munich 24th–26th of March. See you in booth B0.221, look for the RISE logo!Read more
Explore the Park visited PEA
Norrköping Science Park organizes breakfasts, lunches and after-works together with companies in Norrköping that function as discussion platforms on how to best create good conditions to make the city’s knowledge-intensive companies grow. The 17th of January they were here at Printed Electronics Arena! There was an introduction of RISE and PEA by Peter Dyreklev, followed […]Read more
Imagine a tiny doctor inside your body
Imagine if drug administration could be so precise and quick, that it has immediate impact on your body. Technology developed in a collaborative effort between the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linköping University and RISE can make it possible. It is called an Electronic Ion Pump. Instead of swallowing a pill or injecting a […]Read more
Explore the Park is coming to PEA!
Norrköping Science Park organize breakfasts, lunches and after-works together with companies in Norrköping that function as discussion platforms on how to best create good conditions to make the city’s knowledge-intensive companies grow. The 17th of January they are coming to us here at Printed Electronics Arena! For more information on the event, click here.Read more
Smarthorse Lab – horsetech meets printed electronics
The Smarthorse lab is developing piezosensors for horse shoes, to prevent injury. Follow our Twitterchannel to stay tuned and check out the Smarthorse Lab Insta. Here’s also an article about the concept (Swedish, NyTeknik)Read more
3D-printing vs 2D-printing
Additive Manufacturing is a rapidly moving field. At the PEA and RISE Printed Electronics we work with materials development and are also forming new alliances in the field. Of specific interest to us is medical applications where the ionic properties of the printable materials come into play. Printing organs like the Swedish company Cellink, or […]Read more