“Inkjet printing for 2D and 3D printed electronics” – Presented by Joost Valeton, Meyer Burger

Meyer Burger will present the status of inkjet printing of functional materials for printed electronics. Inkjet technology opens numerous applications and is able to print a wide range of materials. The presentation will address both 2D applications and will touch on research being done to achieve three dimensional, inkjet printed objects with multi-functional layers.

About Joost Valeton

Joost Valeton has been involved in the development, synthesis and (solution) processing of both organic and inorganic conductors and semiconductors for more than 10 years. He joined Meyer Burger Netherlands BV (then called Roth & Rau B.V.) in January of 2013 as a senior process development engineer.
His current focus is on implementation of inkjet printing for the manufacture of components for smart packaging and displays.

About Meyer Burger Netherlands

Meyer Burger Netherlands, member of Meyer Burger Technology company, is a world leading provider of innovative functional inkjet and high throughput PECVD and spatial ALD coating equipment for (structured) functional layers for high tech electronics manufacturing. Meyer Burger Netherlands serves several industries: OLED, photovoltaics (focus application thin film encapsulation), batteries (battery anode enhancement) and printed and flexible electronics. They offer complete manufacturing solutions including pre- and post-processing and automation modules as well as R&D systems. With their strong process know-how and extensive network of module and material partners, they are well positioned to develop and provide complete solutions for both full and pilot scale production.