MADRAS partner Benjamin Dhuiège, R&D project manager at GenesInk, has participated at the LOPEC 2021 Conference, which took place in an online format from 23rd – 25th of March.
During the Conference, Benjamin Dhuiège delivered the presentation titled “Next Generation of Advanced Materials for 5G and IT Connectivity”, under the Technical Conference session on Functional Materials.
The presentation included a brief introduction to IoT and 5G connectivity market and an explanation to GenesInk’s global mission, and how the solutions proposed by GenesInk can solve and respond to 5G & IoT challenges faced in the electronics industry.
On the other hand, Benjamin Dhuiège took this opportunity to introduce MADRAS as a key European project for developing advanced materials in order to fabricate a new generation of plastronic products with enhanced properties to make OLAE-based devices more affordable and durable.
GenesInk is an advanced material manufacturer of innovative highly conductive and semi-conductive inks which enables customers to connect today the objects of tomorrow by reducing devices form factor and enabling new designs and products. GenesInk designs nano inks with functionalities at their core from particles synthesis to the end printed product to free up electronics to enable a new generation of consumer electronics products.
The LOPEC Conference is the world’s leading communication platforms for research, knowledge and solutions related to printed electronics industry, which every year bring together renowned business representatives and scientists of the sector. This edition counted with 1.300 participants, about 180 conference presentations and more than 70 exhibitors from 51 countries.