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Fraunhofer Representative Office Japan

4th Germany-Japan Joint Workshop "Organic Electronics and Nano Materials for Energy"

Date&Time: January 25th, 2016 13:30-20:30
Venue: Tokyo International Forum, (Room G701, G602 and G610)
Participation Fee: for free (registration needed)
Max available seats: 80
Language: English
Organizer: Saxony Economic Development Corporation, Yamagata University
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Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institutes located in Saxony/Germany are going to have talks at session 2 (nanotechnology for energy) and session 3 (printing technology). 

<PROGRAM> *tentative

13:30    together in plenum room 701

13:30    Welcome
            Mr. Ingo Höllein (German Embassy)

13:40    Flexible printed electronics and its application
            Prof. Shizuo Tokito (Research Center for Organic Electronics, Yamagata University)

14:00    Functional polymers and polymeric nanocomposites for optoelectronic
            applications
            Prof. Brigitte Voit (Leibniz Institut IPF)

14:20    Introduction: Institute of Organic Materials - six centers 
            (ROEL, INOEL, DBAT, FROM, MIHO, GMAP) and its flagship projects
            Prof. Takuya Komoda (Yamagata University)

14:40    Organic lighting - thinking real products
            Mr. Sebastian Wolfram (Wolfram Design)

15:00    Organic solar films - a novel and truly urban-fit source of energy
            Dr. Ralph Wichtendahl (Heliatek)

15:20    Coffee break

15:50-17:30 3 parallel sessions

<Session 1: equipment (room 701)>

15:50    Equipment solutions for R2R vacuum processing for flexible
            electronics - Flexible glass, flexible OLEDs, flash lamp annealing
            Mr. Carsten Deus (VON ARDENNE)

16:10    QUANTIpure® - Scalable purification technology for high quality
            small molecular compounds
            Dr. Daniel Kasemann (Creaphys)

16:30    Flash lamp annealing: thermal processing of flexible substrates for
            high-throughput production
            Prof. Thoralf Gebel (DTF Technology GmbH)

16:50    AVOTouch - roll-to-roll technology avoiding front side touching
            Dr. Hannes Klumbies (FHR Anlagenbau GmbH)

17:10    Recent progress about printed electronics
            Dr. Hiromi Maeda (Dai Nippon Printing DNP)

 

<Session 2: nanotechnology for energy (room 602)>

15:50    Material development for thermoelectric energy harvesting
            Dr. Mai Phuong Nguyen (WPI-AIMR, Tohoku University / Fraunhofer
            Project Center for MEMS/NEMS deices)

16:10    High tech and green tech products need high end recycling
            - examples from Saxony
            Dr. Wolfram Palitzsch (Loser Chemie)

16:30    Superhard carbon coatings for an improved energy efficiency 
            Mr. Gregor Englberger (Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam
            Technology IWS)

16:50    Pilot scale innovation of battery materials and system for xEV
            - nano-controlled surface modification with electrolyte-
            Prof. Hideya Yoshitake (Development Center for Battery Device DBAT,
            Yamagata University)

17:10    Technical expertise of Asaka Riken: Business overview and recent
            Activities
            Mr. Hiroyuki Tanabe (Asaka Riken)

 

<Session 3: printing technology (room 610)>

15:50    Flexible electronics as an enabling technology
            Mr. Marcin Ratajczak (SIOD - start up of TU Chemnitz)

16:10    Ceramic functional inks for high definition 3D printed electronics
            Dr. Markus Eberstein (Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies
            and Systems IKTS)

16:30    Nanoparticle synthesis and ink formulations for printing of
            functional films on different substrates 
            Dr. Nikolai Trofimenko (Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies 
            and Systems IKTS)

16:50    Roll-to-Roll technologies developed in INOEL
            Prof. Tadahiro Furukawa (Yamagata University)

17:10    Flexible thin glass application - recent collaboration with 
            Fraunhofer FEP and Yamagata University INOEL, and introduction
            of G-LeafTM - ultra thin glass
            Mr. Hiroshi Takimoto (Nippon Electric Glass) and Dr. Stefan Mogck
            (Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and
            Plasma Technology FEP)

 

17:30 together in plenum room 701

17:30    Proposal for organic electronics collaboration between Japan 
            and Germany
            Dr. Dominik Gronarz (Organic Electronics Saxony oes)

17:40    Recent progress on organics electronics - Smart MIRAI House
            Prof. Junji Kido (Research Center for Organic Electronics, Yamagata
            University)

18:00    Closing remarks

18:00    Get together party and poster session (7th floor)

 

<Registration>

Please fill out the registration form below and send it via e-Mail to organic@yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp by January 20th (Wed.).

----- Registration form -----

Name:
Organization:
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e-mail address:

【J-D Joint workshop】

Workshop: yes / no
Get together and poster session: yes / no
*please choose yes or no

 

<Contact>

Research Center for Organic Electronics, Yamagata University
organic@yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp 

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