Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 9:00am to Thursday, 2 July 2015 - 6:00pm

Frankfurt, June 30th till July 2nd 2015

The NANORA Masterclass “Printed Electronics for the Automotive Industry“ aims to stimulate and support nanotechnological developments in industrial user industries, by encouraging innovation processes and the exchange of technologies.
The primary target audience comprises actors and decision makers from Hessian, German and European businesses and research institutions that are active in this field.
The aim of the “NANORA Masterclass” is to find ways to unite the diverse, technology driven developments in the field of printable electronics with the requirements of possible applications and products. The Masterclass aims to facilitate a meaningful exchange of information on the status of technologies that are currently being developed, as well as promoting the cooperative networking of participants (B2B) to encourage community building. A number of appropriate, interactive formats will enable participants to both gain an informative overview of current innovations, and make new contacts during the event itself. The focus throughout will be on finding new solution approaches to address the transfer of technology between providers and users.
 
The event will be held in English.
 
June 30, Tuesday
18:00 Get together
19:00 Dinner speech: Tim Harper, Cientifica UK
20:00 Evening reception
 
July 1, Wednesday
08:30 Introduction slam
11:00 Keynote: Dr. Klaus Hecker, VDMA, OE-A Frankfurt
12:00 Introduction to the Workshop Topics and Constituent Group Meetings
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Strategic workshop groups on (tbc):
  • Open innovation – What could an open innovation process consist of?
  • Lighting and display technologies – use and challenges for the automotive industry
  • Printable sensors – use and challenges for the automotive industry
  • Technological requirements – printing processes, incorporation into pre-existing technology processes
  • Framework conditions for innovation and general requirements – standardization/regulation, financing time requirements
15:30 Excursion and dinner in a traditional regional restaurant
 
July 2, Thursday
08:30 Speed-dating: 1:1 discussion or individual questions
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Sequel to workshops: results plus World-Café to show and discuss with others
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Finalising results from the World-Café
14:30 Presentation of results
15:00 Summary and feedback-slam
 
For more information and to register please refer to the leaflet below or to this website