Seminar »Printed Electronics using Screen Printing Technology«

Function-integrated components are in the focus of different industrial companies. Additive manufacturing processes and functional printing enable a high functional density and customer-specific product customization. In addition to intensive research and development, new technologies also require well-founded training and further education of specialists.

Fraunhofer IFAM and ESMA therefore offer a practical training course on printed electronics using screen printing technology. The participants of the seminar receive an application-oriented qualification in our laboratories in exchange with our experts. Functional screen printing of electrically conductive structures and other printing technologies will be demonstrated with practical demonstrations and the topic of functional integration will be clearly conveyed.

Fraunhofer IFAM has broad expertise in printing inks and pastes for targeted functional integration in components and structures. The development of the printing technologies at Fraunhofer IFAM is directly linked to the development of the functional materials associated with the new technologies. A wide range of materials from metals and alloys to polymers and composites are used.

Next date:  

October 11 - 13, 2022

Price:  

1.900 ,- €  

Event location:

Fraunhofer IFAM | Wiener Straße 12 | 28359 Bremen | Germany

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OVERVIEW
Format
Attendance
Graduation
Certificate of attendance
Duration
October 11 - 13, 2022 (one full day and two half days, see agenda below)
Language
English
Price
1.900 ,- € (Including: seminar documents, lunch, beverages during breaks and certificate of attendance)
Event location
Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials | Wiener Straße 12 | 28359 Bremen | Germany
TARGET GROUP

The seminar is addressed to technicians, engineers, bachelor and master graduates from the engineering and scientific-technical field.  

AGENDA

  Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
09:00   Welcome
Welcome
09:15   Screen printing process Q&A session
10:15   Screen printing materials Customer examples
11:15   Screen
printing electronics
Final
plenum / discussion  
12:00 Welcome Lunch (optional) Lunch
Farewell
Lunch (optional)
13:00   Introduction

Lab tour:

  • Paste preparation
  • Screen printing
  • Functional printing technologies
    overview
 
14:00 Expectations
of the participants
 
15:00 Printed Electronics  /
state of the art
 
16:00 Plenum / discussion Plenum / discussion  
17:00 End of day 1 End of day 2  
18:00 Welcome Dinner    
LEARNING GOALS

The seminar at the Fraunhofer IFAM in Bremen clearly explains the functional principles and how screen printing of electrically conductive structures and other important printing technologies work.

In our laboratories, the participants work out possible applications in flexible 2D and 3D printed electronics in exchange with our experts.

The participants will thus receive a comprehensive qualification in theory and practice on the subject of functionally integrated components.

SPEAKERS

Dr. Volker Zöllmer - Deputy Director of Fraunhofer IFAM an head of department »Smart Systems«  

Jonas Deitschun M. Sc. - Head of research & development Group »Functional Printing« at Fraunhofer IFAM

Dr. Ingo Wirth - Project Manager »Functional Printing« at Fraunhofer IFAM

Dipl.-Ing. Mario Kohl - Project Manager »Functional Printing« at Fraunhofer IFAM

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Knowledge transfer through direct communication between scientists and participants
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Extensive tours through our laboratories and technology centers offer insights into the latest research results
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Practical and technical sessions from a manufacturer-neutral perspective

The seminar is organized in cooperation with ESMA. ESMA is a Leading, non-profit, Association in Europe for Specialist Printing Manufacturers of Screen, Digital and Flexo technology.

Togehter, Fraunhofer IFAM and ESMA offer a practical training course on printed electronics using screen printing technology.  

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