A competent network in nanotechnology with participants from economy, science, politics and teaching.

Cluster Nanotechnology

A competent network in nanotechnology
with participants from economy, science,
politics and teaching.

LOPEC 2020 will not take place!

|   Cluster Veranstaltungen

24.-26.03.2020 in Munich

Due to increasing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Europe Messe München has cancelled LOPEC 2020.

The next LOPEC will be held in Munich from March 23 to 25, 2021.

 

Würzburg / Munich. - nanoInk is an interdisciplinary network focusing on the formulation of special inks as well as the development of industrial inkjet printing systems and inkjet related process technologies. At the LOPEC 2020 (25th and 26th March, Munich) the network nanoInk and its partners will once again present newest trends, developments, projects, and products from the field of inkjet printing as well as printed electronics. The network's joint booth will show new dispersion technologies, integrated analytical measuring devices, conductive ink systems for inkjet, screen, flexo and gravure printing as well as other innovative special inks based on nanotechnology. Further, concrete applications such as heating systems on different materials (including wind blades made of plastic composite systems) will be presented. Arrange your personal meeting with the network and its partners at booth 310 in hall B0 and find out more about the network's services and its individual competencies. From the network management you will receive a personal voucher code for a free entry ticket to the fair.

Further Information: www.nanoink.de/en
Contact: Dr. Justus Hermannsdörfer (0049 931 31 89377; info[at]nanoink.de)

 

About the network:

nanoInk stands for highly developed special inks and versatile applications and products with decorative and special optical, conductive, fluorescent and magnetic properties. For example, the network has developed sinter-free inks as well as alternative sintering / compression techniques to print electrically conductive structures on thermally sensitive materials such as paper or plastics. The realization of such products requires a detailed understanding of the chemistry and physics of inkjet printing, including the formulation of homogeneous and stable dispersion. For this, the network nanoInk unites interdisciplinary competences along the value chain of industrial inkjet printing. Its partners, companies and research institutions, use their mutual resources to implement innovative products and applications in a sustainable and resource-saving manner.

 

About the network management:

The network nanoInk is managed by the Nanoinitiative Bayern / Cluster Nanotechnology. The Network management is a well-known and competent point of contact for stakeholders, especially product developers and decision-makers from industry looking for new trends and innovative solutions in the field of nanotechnology. Focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the cluster promotes cooperation activities and supports the efficient transfer of R & D & I results into marketable products. For more than 10 years, the Cluster has been successfully managing competence networks including “NanoAnalytics and Measurement Technology in Production (NAMiP)”, the “NanoCarbon” and the “NanoSilver”.

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