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Liten@LOPEC 2019

From 3/19/2019 to 3/21/2019 
Munich, Germany

Discover the latest development of CEA Liten in printed and structural electronics at LOPEC 2019 held March 20-21 at Messe München (booth B0 206 with AFELIM partners).

Published on 6 March 2019

PICTIC is a technological platform dedicated to flexible electronics and printed sensors. It is located at the CEA-Liten in Grenoble, a European institute dedicated to new energy technologies and materials.

The PICTIC platform develops, on sheet to sheet mode, smart plastics, papers, and textiles which are produced by combining printing electronics functions together with silicon based devices. The applications include the development of human-machine interfaces, actuators, sensors, TFT backplanes and driving circuits. This R&D facility is unique in Europe as it brings together, in a single area, high level expertise and a range of different printing and assembly machines. Moreover, the platform is surrounded with design, characterization and reliability research groups. The platform has expertise in scaling up printing processes for industrial partners and in prototyping electronic devices. It has track record of worldwide industrial collaborations with USA, Asia and European companies. CEA is member of the consortium of InSCOPE (grant agreement No 731671),Smartees (grant agreement No. 761496) H2020 project, and coordinator of PYCSEL H2020 project (grant agreement No 732423), which will participate to the OE-A 2019 competition (OE-A booth B0 216). PYCSEL H2020 demonstrator is a thin thermal fingerprint sensor enabled by TOLAE technology. 


H2020 Pilot Lines (LYTEUS/INSCOPE, Coord. TNO) and Digital Innovation Hub (SmartEEs, Coord. CEA) are three combined Innovation Actions supporting the European industry in its digital transformation and promoting the uptake of Organic Large Area Electronics (OLAE) technologies. In particular, these collaborative projects aim at supporting SMEs in accelerating the digitisation of their products, services and business models thanks to:

  • Open access to OLAE innovation/technologies: Organic photovoltaics, OLED displays, novel lighting, Electronics and Integrated Smart Systems
  • Opportunities for new products & services and business growth enabled by OLAE technologies uniqueness
  • Commercial viability check and SME development cases
  • Support to OLAE prototyping
  • Support to OLAE manufacturing
  • Support to  decision making



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