LEE-BED webinar series starting Nov 3d
Dear Colleagues and Stakeholders,
We are delighted to invite you to take part in a free, interactive Webinar Series on Tuesday 3rd November, 10th November, 17th November & 24th November at 14.00 (CEST).
About the webinar:
In this series of webinars, we will introduce printed electronics and how the industry can benefit from this field in the future. In the first webinar, we will introduce the LEE-BED concept, how you gain access and which services we provide, from technical assessment, LCA, patent mapping and more. We will show you how your company can go from a business idea, to getting access to state-of-the-art research and technology infrastructure through our LEE-BED partners that best matches your requirements.
Webinar 2-4 will introduce the three categories of pilot line infrastructures accessible through LEE-BED. Webinar 2 will show you our nanomaterial pilot lines for both rapid development of novel materials, as well as upscaling these to pilot production.
Webinar 3 will show you our formulation pilot lines, from robotic high throughput screening and pilot production of inks, adhesives and composites.
Finally, in webinar 4, our component pilot lines will present our state-of-the-art technologies such as digital prototyping and high volume printing and mounting technologies, 3D multi-material printing, just to name a few.
|Webinar 1 – How to become part of the future with printed electronic||Webinar 2 – Nanomaterial pilot lines||Webinar 3 – Formulation pilot lines||Webinar 4 – Component pilot lines|
|November 3||November 10||November 17||November 24|
To learn more about printed electronics and LEE-BED, please register for free to our webinars held on November 3rd, November 10th, November 17th & November 24th. The first 3 webinars will have a duration of 1 hour, while the last webinar will approximately be around 1,5 hours. The webinars will start at 14:00 Central European Time.
Webinar sign up:
If you would like to attend, please click below
We look forward to seeing you!
Stay safe and healthy!
With kind regards,
Zachary J. Davis & Nina Ritter Nielsen, Danish Technological Institute