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EFPG Days Summer 2007 "Printed Electronics - Physico-chemical Transfer Phenomena in Printing and Packaging"


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The 2007 EFPG Days Summer session will take place on September 12th and 13th, 2007 in the EFPG facilities located on the Grenoble University campus, just after the 34th International IARIGAI Research Conference. The following topics will be covered: Printed electronics, co-organized with AFFRST (France-Finland Association for Scientific and Technical Research), and Physico-chemical transfer phenomena in printing and packaging.
Charles Murto, Ambassador of Finland and Representative of the AFFRST, will be present to open these EFPG Day Summer.

Anne Blayo (July 10th, 2007)

EFPG Days, research seminar

   
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  EFPG Days Summer 2007
 

80 persons including 20 academics and 25 Ph.D. students are currently doing their research at EFPG, one of the largest academic research centres and teaching organisations for the pulp, paper and graphic arts sectors in Europe.
The research activity covers the whole field from wood (and non-woody plants) to converted and printed paper and board.

The first day dedicated to the Printed Electronics is co-organized with AFFRST (France-Finland Association for Scientific and Technical Research) and will take place with the participation of Charles Murto, Ambassador of Finland and Representative of the AFFRST.
The second day will be dedicated to the Physico-chemical Transfer Phenomena in Printing and Packaging. This topic fits an audience of industry people interested in the specific problems encountered when transferring inks, varnishes or coatings on various substrates.

During the two days, the attendees benefit from tutorial type reviews on major technical issues and latest research results. The presentations are given in English by EFPG professors and scientists, as well as academic and industrial partners.
Time will be left for discussions and exchanges and special care will be taken to make this event most fruitful and enjoyable.

Program

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Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Printed electronics
2pm Welcoming Dominique Lachenal, Head of EFPG,
Charles Murto, Ambassador of Finland and Representative of the France-Finland Association for Scientific and Technical Research
2.30pm Printed intelligence - Opportunity for new business Harri Kopola (VTT, Finland)
3pm Printed electronics circuit designs Gérard Billiot (CEA-LETI, France)
3.30pm Roll-to roll printed opto-electronic components (OLED, O Solar Cells) Jukka Hast or Markus Tuomikoski (VTT, Finland)
4pm Coffee break  
4.30pm Potential of digital printing technologies for printed electronics Paul Piette (CTP, France)
5pm Industrial applications of inkjet printing Kim Eiroma (VTT, Finland)
5.30pm Printed RFID: state of the art Julien Bras & Anne Blayo (EFPG, France)
8pm Dinner (Location: Château de la Commanderie - Eybens)  
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Physico-chemical transfer phenomena in printing and packaging
8.30am Welcoming  
9am Key-note lecture: Introduction on surfaces (papers, polymers…) Naceur Belgacem (EFPG, France)
9.40am Liquid properties (inks, varnishes and adhesives) Anne Blayo (EFPG, France)
10.10am Interfacial phenomena in coating and printing techniques Davide Beneventi (EFPG, France)
10.40am Coffee break  
11am A new paper functionnalization by adsorption of specific organic polymer particles on cellulose fibres Pierre Sarrazin (EFPG, France)
11.30am Coating curtain for printing and packaging grades David Guérin (CTP, France)
12am Closure of EFPG Days  
12.30pm Lunch at EFPG  
2pm Optional visit of EFPG facilities  

For further details, please contact

Anne Blayo
Phone: +33 4 76 82 69 75
Fax: +33 4 76 82 69 33

 
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