Join RISE at TechBlick on October 14
Seminar: Bio-based HealthTech prototypes Register to join Kathrin Hübscher, RISE Development Engineer and expert in screen-printed sensors, at TechBlick on October 14. Complex sensors and feedback systems are required to meet the increased demand for IoT connectivity. Flexible and stretchable devices are a major challenge within wearable electronics and HealthTech. During the digital seminar, Kathrin will give […]Read more
OECT operate at the highest frequency to date
New study: Researchers from RISE and LiU have designed screen printed logic inverters based on organic electrochemical transistors (OECT) that operate at the highest frequency to date, with switching frequencies of 20-30 Hz. “Tailor-made design of OECTs and OECT-based logic circuits will better meet the needs of end users for faster circuits that require lower […]Read more
Biocom Lab Day – online webinar Nov 18
Join us for a fantastic introduction to the field of Bioelectronics – interfacing with the human body. State of the art research and industrial perspectives will be presented. The event is open for all and free of charge, but virtual seats are limited. To see the speaker list and get an introduction to the webinar, […]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
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