1 Week Left to Register: Polymer Electronics Seminar Tuesday, 21 April 2009 London

Dear Colleague

This seminar's excellent programme offers an insight into the polymer electronics industry and aims to challenge the way you design, manufacture and prototype polymer electronics in the future through thought-provoking presentations from influential experts in this area, including:

* Prof. Sir Richard Friend, Co-founder, Plastic Logic and Cambridge Display Technology
* Dr Mark Morrison, CEO, Institute of Nanotechnology
* Wolfgang Mildner, MD, PolyIC
* Stephen Clemmet, CEO, Polymertronics Limited
* John deMello, Reader, ICL and Co-Founder, Molecular Vision
* Jani-Mikael Kuusisto, Business Development Manager, VTT
* Dr Tom Taylor, Director, PETEC
* Dr Peter Harrop FIET, Chairman, IDTechEx

The event is now less than 2 weeks out, register now on the web site: www.theiet.org/polymer-electronics.

Those in attendance will hear presentations covering:

* the latest developments in organic electronics
* solutions to challenges involved in technology, materials and production
* how OLEDs and microfluidic devices are being used in healthcare
* insights into the future of the global polymer electronics market

Full seminar information and registration is available at www.theiet.org/polymer-electronics

This seminar will be attended by prominent members of both industry and academia including:
Oxford University, Datalink Electronics Ltd, University of Sheffield, Solvay, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Covidien, Queens University of Belfast, TU Delft, University of Edinburgh, Sirris, Inspec Direct, University of Glasgow.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Best regards

Sebastian Ives
Event Producer

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