Test drive our new 1-day course in printable, flexible, hybrid electronics
September 28 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pmFree
Who should attend:
This course is geared toward potential technology users and developers who wish to learn more about what is possible with printable, flexible or wearable electronics and how to integrate into products for a range of industries – automotive, aerospace, intelligent buildings, medical, health care and industrial, to name a few. The course highlights applications and tech building blocks, but will not dive into engineering-level technical information.
We are seeking two types of participant:
- Those who already have a familiarity with our industry and can provide insightful feedback to help us develop the best course we can.
- Those who have little or no familiarity with our industry and can tell us if the material as presented is beneficial and how we might make it more accessible.
CSAGroup, 178 Rexdale Blvd., Toronto (TBD)
There is no cost to take part. Breakfast, lunch and snacks provided.
This event is open to anyone with an interest in this technology area. Advance registration is required. Please register by Friday, September 15. RSVP Below
We have developed a one-day course that provides an overview for those interested in learning about printable, flexible and hybrid electronics.
Before we offer this course to the public, we need volunteers to run through the course material. The course reviews the supply chain, from materials, to components and systems developed using such applications. It will differentiate between and cover in-market technologies and evolving R&D solutions with in-market solutions as the emphasis.
Videos, case studies, use cases and physical samples will be incorporated in the materials to match the various learning styles of the participants. Small group exercises and interactive discussions will focus on exploring the needs and opportunities of the participants for different applications.
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