Swansea Marriot Hotel
The conference will be opened by – keynote speaker Ray Gibbs- BA (Hons) FCA CEO, Haydale Graphene Industries plc
The conference is an opportunity to view the latest WCPC research in printing technology, to discuss the findings with researchers and to network with like-minded industrial delegates. Each presentation will be a technical paper based on latest results and analysis derived from controlled experiments and numerical models.
The conference is hosted by the Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC) in association with icmPrint Ltd. WCPC is a world renowned research centre dedicated to advancing the understanding and productivity of all aspects of printing and coating. WCPC enhances the understanding of the printing and coating processes, exploits novel manufacturing using printing and applies its scientific findings to the benefit of its global industrial partners. With extensive experience in packaging and graphics printing the WCPC has built on this knowledge and become a centre for functional materials, plastic electronics and bio printing.
Presentations confirmed to date are.
Early Bird Rate (available until 11th September 2016) £400 + VAT
Delegate Rate after 11th September 2016 £450 + VAT
Discount rate for additional delegates ( must be registered and paid via the associate company) £300 + VAT
Table top - (£250 + VAT) Plus delegate cost of (£450 + VAT) £700 + VAT
The conference will be held at the Swansea Marriott Hotel, Swansea, SA1 3SS. https://www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/swsdt-swansea-marriott-hotel/
The hotel conference rate is only available until 11th September 2016. Book your group rate for Swansea University . The venue has ample free parking.
Registation for non-associates is through the eventbrite link below
Sarah Jane Potts
Challenges in printing smooth functional layers.
High volume printing of functional materials with special reference to flexography and smart packaging
The science behind flexographic printing uniformity
Characterisation of Ink Transfer for Functional and Graphic Flexo Printing Applications
Screen Printing of Functional Materials and Sensors
Fine network of conductive tracks on flexible substrate
Mass volume printing of energy harvesting device: development of antenna and tunable capacitor system
Flexipower: A printed RF Energy harvesting system
Rechargeable batteries using seawater as a self-replenishing cathode
Formulation of model inks for advanced process control
Electrical Properties of Carbon Nanotube/Graphene Blends in Coated flexible Substrates
Synergistic printing techniques for miniature EL devices
The Design of a Printed Wearable Heater for Use in Elite Sport
Mechanical properties of pre-coated metal systems to investigate causes of stress whitening.