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Programs Catalog

Programs Catalog

Exhibit Hall Tuesday, February 19
9:40am to 10:30am

Morning Break

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Wednesday, February 20
5:35pm to 5:45pm
Sensors Windjammer Wednesday, February 20
10:25am to 11:50am

FLEX Session 10: SENSORS II

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Flex Interconnect Big Sur Wednesday, February 20
1:30pm to 3:15pm

FLEX Session 11: FLEX INTERCONNECT

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Printing Cypress Wednesday, February 20
1:30pm to 3:15pm

FLEX Session 12: PRINTING

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Devices Windjammer Wednesday, February 20
1:30pm to 3:15pm

FLEX Session 13: DEVICES I

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Reliability Big Sur Wednesday, February 20
4:15pm to 6:00pm

FLEX Session 14: RELIABILITY

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Devices Windjammer Wednesday, February 20
4:15pm to 6:00pm

FLEX Session 15: DEVICES II

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Applications Big Sur Thursday, February 21
8:00am to 9:45am

FLEX Session 16: NANO-BIO

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Inks Cypress Thursday, February 21
8:00am to 9:45am

FLEX Session 17: INKS

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Design Windjammer Thursday, February 21
8:00am to 9:45am
FLEX Sessions Big Sur Thursday, February 21
10:15am to 12:00pm

NBMC Blood, Sweat & Tears IV

The Nano-Bio Materials Consortium, established in 2013, is a unique public-private partnership with Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL), visionary Industry leaders, and leading US universities. Innovative NBMC collaboration and technology has enabled ground-breaking flexible, self-powered, wireless, wearable sensor-system patches. Fundamental nano-materials, printed and hybrid electronics, and sensor development have yielded first-of prototypes and demonstrators for human performance monitoring and augmentation (HPM/A).  

NBMC is now moving to the next phase of HPM/A with a focus on medical relevance. Initial federal funds of over $7M have been granted to launch novel programs in nanotechnology, biological research, wearables, and light-weight mobile devices enabling actionable medical data for telemedicine and extreme-environment medical applications. This session is open to all FLEX and MSTC 2019 attendees who purchase the FLEX All In Pass, Combo All in Pass or FLEX Thursday Pass and will feature invited talks from innovators spanning the new technology and product lifecycle. Join us and learn how collaboration can accelerate development and how you may become involved in this exciting phase of this funded R&D consortium. 

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Applications Big Sur Tuesday, February 19
2:00pm to 3:45pm

FLEX Session 3: APPLICATIONS I

 

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Display Technologies Tuesday, February 19
2:00pm to 3:45pm

FLEX Session 4: DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES 

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Applications Big Sur Wednesday, February 20
8:00am to 9:25am

FLEX Session 5: APPLICATIONS II

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Flex Manufacturing Wednesday, February 20
8:00am to 9:25am

FLEX Session 6: FLEX MANUFACTURING I

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Sensors Windjammer Wednesday, February 20
8:00am to 9:25am

FLEX Session 7: SENSORS I

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Flexible Hybrid Electronics Technology Big Sur Wednesday, February 20
10:25am to 11:50am

FLEX Session 8: FLEXIBLE HYBRID ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY

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Flex Manufacturing Cypress Wednesday, February 20
10:25am to 11:50am

FLEX Session 9: FLEX MANUFACTURING II

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Keynotes & Executive Panels Monterey Ballroom Tuesday, February 19
8:00am to 10:40am

FLEX/MSTC Session 1:  KEYNOTES 

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Keynotes & Executive Panels Tuesday, February 19
10:30am to 12:00pm

FLEX/MSTC Session 2: KEYNOTES

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Receptions Regency Terrace Monday, February 18
5:30pm to 6:30pm
Tech Courses Spyglass Monday, February 18
1:00pm to 4:00pm

This course will review the three main approaches to FHE as well as the underlying technologies required to deliver products and processes now and in the future. These three approaches include chip-on-flex, micron-scale thin-film devices on flex and sub-micron scale self-assembled/imprinted device based coatings on flex. The discussions will include fundamentals of printing, coating and patterning technologies, as well as challenges associated with pick and place, attachment of thinned silicon die on flex and emerging technologies that will enable direct printing of highly integrated components and devices.  Instructors from NextFlex, Binghamton University and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst will provide a comprehensive overview of approaches, successes and trending developments in manufacturing methods for FHE.  

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Tuesday, February 19
12:30pm to 2:00pm
MSTC Sessions Tuesday, February 19
1:50pm to 3:55pm

MSTC Session 3: APPLICATIONS 

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MSTC Sessions Wednesday, February 20
8:30am to 12:00pm

MSTC Session 4:  KEYNOTE AND MEMS & SENSORS FOR AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY 

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MSTC Sessions Wednesday, February 20
1:30pm to 3:05pm

MSTC Session 5: ENABLING SENSORS TECHNOLOGY 

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MSTC Sessions Wednesday, February 20
4:00pm to 5:45pm

MSTC Session 6: EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

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Receptions Exhibit Hall Tuesday, February 19
4:00pm to 6:00pm

Networking Reception 

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