The “IOP PGS Printing for the Future 2017” is a single-day conference dedicated to showcase recent advances in Printing & Graphic science and technology. The conference will offer the opportunity to postgraduates & researchers to present their work to a wide academic and industrial audience Presentations are sought at postgraduate level on any subject related to Printing and its future. Topics of the conference will include, but not restricted to:
- Printed, organic and large area electronics
- 3D printing
- Smart packaging
- Graphic science
- Advances in printing technologies
- Novel functional printable materials
- Numerical modelling of printing and its applications
- Rheology and underpinning physics for printing and its materials conference.
The conference will be a great opportunity for researchers to present their work and to meet others from around the country who are working in similar fields. As a gathering of leading industry and academia it will offer potential for professional development and possible collaborations.
Presentations are sought at postgraduate level. Abstracts should be max 200 words outlining research highlights to be presented to members of academia & industry as a short 10-minute oral presentation and a poster. This event is open to all.
The registration for speakers is free of charge and will include lunch and refreshments (for any special dietary requirement, please contact in advance the organisers). Furthermore, funds are available by the IOP PGS for basic travel expenses of speakers. There will be several prizes awarded for best student presentations at the conference.
Deadline for abstract submission is (28th of November 2016), extended to 9th December 2016 (now closed).
For more info and abstract submission, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
11:00 Registration & Coffee
11:40 Session 1
- Yoanna Shams, An inkjet/ultrafast laser hybrid for digital fabrication of CNT Gas Sensors, University of Cambridge
- Jonathan Waite, Electrospinning of Highly-Loaded Ceramic Slurries, University of Cambridge
- Thomas Cosnahan, Depositing patterns of aluminium using a vacuum roll-to-roll technique, Oxford University
- Seonghyun Park, Low-voltage organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) with water-processed polymer active layers, University of Manchester
12:50 Lunch & posters
14:00 Session 2
- Qingxin Zhang, Microscale liquid engineering - New surfaces by droplet control and capture, University of Cambridge
- Tom Mitchell-Williams, Infiltration of solid oxide fuel cell electrodes by inkjet printing, University of Cambridge
- Sakulrat Foulston, Ink transfer characterisation in Flexography, Swansea University
- Morgan Miles, The science behind flexographic printing uniformity, Swansea University
- Tian Carey,Spray coating of thin films on 3-dimensional surfaces for a graphene based capacitive touch device, University of Cambridge
- Ella Greeven, Development of Monitoring Wearable Module for Smart Compression Garments, Swansea University
15:45 Conference Awards