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ESMA Academy Announces Brand New Course on ‘Printed Electronics’

09 March 2023: ESMA Academy has announced a brand new course on printed electronics. Together with Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials (IFAM), they are offering a brand new application-oriented training from May 9-11, 2023 at Fraunhofer IFAM, Wiener Straße 12, 28359 Bremen, Germany. The registration fee is 1,900 EUR and participants will receive a certificate after attending all sessions.

This lab-based course focuses on functional printing of electrically conductive structures. Experienced tutors will explain and guide participants in screen printing process and required materials. Possible applications in flexible 2D and 3D printed electronics are presented, together with an overview of other technologies.

It is aimed at technicians, engineers; representatives of all industries involved in functional integration and product customisation. The programme incorporates Printed electronics: state of the art, Screen printing process, Screen printing materials, Screen printing electronics, Lab tour and Customer examples.

Function-integrated components are in the focus of different industrial companies. Additive manufacturing processes and functional printing enable a high functional density and customer-specific product customization. In addition to intensive research and development, new technologies also require well-founded training and further education of specialists.

Fraunhofer IFAM and ESMA therefore offer a practical training course on printed electronics using screen printing technology. The participants of the seminar receive an application-oriented qualification in our laboratories in exchange with our experts. Functional screen printing of electrically conductive structures and other printing technologies will be demonstrated with practical demonstrations and the topic of functional integration will be clearly conveyed.

Fraunhofer IFAM has broad expertise in printing inks and pastes for targeted functional integration in components and structures. The development of the printing technologies at Fraunhofer IFAM is directly linked to the development of the functional materials associated with the new technologies. A wide range of materials from metals and alloys to polymers and composites are used.

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