Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe:Industry Analysis Report

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The new electronics has even greater potential than today's silicon based technology. This is because it tackles a wider range of opportunities, from wide area displays to lowest cost power generation …

The new electronics has even greater potential than today's silicon based technology. This is because it tackles a wider range of opportunities, from wide area displays to lowest cost power generation and smart packaging. This organic and printed electronics is growing to become a $300 billion market in 2028 and, in 2008 alone, many factories come on stream to make "post silicon" transistors, displays and solar cells. They are using thin films of both organic and inorganic compounds and, increasingly, printing, because that gives greater output, larger areas and lower cost.

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  • 1. Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe Activity in Europe assessed The new electronics has even greater potential than today's silicon based technology. This is because it tackles a wider range of opportunities, from wide area displays to lowest cost power generation and smart packaging. This organic and printed electronics is growing to become a $300 billion market in 2028 and, in 2008 alone, many factories come on stream to make "post silicon" transistors, displays and solar cells. They are using thin films of both organic and inorganic compounds and, increasingly, printing, because that gives greater output, larger areas and lower cost. Most of the action is taking place in East Asia, Europe and North America, so IDTechEx has prepared the world's first in depth reports on the companies, technologies and trends involved in each of these regions. To be comprehensive, they include all those thin film technologies beyond silicon that are not yet printed but may be printed in due course. Answers to your questions This is the world's first and only report analysing the subject in depth. It compares and analyses the activities of 280 organisations in 19 European countries by technology and region. It gives full contact details of these organisations and, where appropriate, examples of patenting performance, research programs, products and scientific papers presented in 2008 onwards. It is intended for company executives, investors, researchers, developers, regulators and others in the field or intending to participate in this huge opportunity. It is an invaluable first call for those building customer lists, seeking partners or acquisitions and assessing present and future competition. It covers all printed and potentially printed electronics and electrics, whether organic or inorganic, because only that gives the full picture. In which regions and technologies is Europe strong? Where is government support greatest and most consistent and what technology is it for? Is the huge academic effort leading to enough start ups being created? How can things be improved? Is most of the work in Europe on transistors, sensors, batteries, electroluminescent displays, RFID or what? Where is Europe likely to win and where will it lose? How do the types of activity compare by number of projects? Who is acquiring whom and why? It is all here. Most of the action is taking place in East Asia, Europe and North America, so IDTechEx has prepared the world's first in depth reports on the companies, technologies and trends involved in each of these regions, the others being Organic and Printed Electronics in North America and Organic and Printed Electronics in East Asia. Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 2. Research carried out for this report This report is based on intensive interviewing, patent searches, conference analysis and literature and web searches, all carried out in 2007 and 2008. It gives a great deal of information not otherwise available, because IDTechEx is a leading consultancy, conference organiser and publisher in this sector and its technical graduates travel intensively from their bases in Germany, the UK, the USA and Australasia. The report will be updated monthly this year, such is the speed at which the subject is now progressing. When you buy it, you obtain the very latest information. Indeed, the three authors are respectively based in the UK, Germany and the USA and are available for limited further support, at no charge, to those buying this report. The Executive Summary and Conclusions compares the data by organisation, country and device (OLED, ac electroluminescent display, electrophoretic display, RFID, transistor, organic photovoltaic, inorganic photovoltaic, battery, other). It compares Europe with East Asia and the USA in research versus industrial strength in this subject, participation by giant corporations, foreign ownership and other criteria. The individual profiles give full contact details, examples of latest scientific papers - including many not yet presented - news stories, products, patent performance and more. Each organization profile is identified with activity in fine detail chosen from: Batteries lithium Batteries manganese dioxide zinc Batteries other Conductor patterns Consultancy Device user Displays electrochromic Displays electroluminescent Displays electrophoretic Displays other Displays thermochromic Displays OLED Fuel cells General manufacturing Inks/materials - inorganic Inks/materials - organic Laser ablation printing Lasers printed Lighting electroluminescent Lighting OLED Logic inorganic Logic organic Memory Metal plating Other components Other deposition Photovoltaic CIGS Photovoltaic DSSC Photovoltaic organic Photovoltaic printed silicon Photovoltaic other Printing flexo Printing gravure Printing inkjet Printing litho Printing screen Production machinery RFID Sensors other Sensors photodetectors Sensors temperature Spin coating Substrates System/component integrator table Of Contents Executive Summary And Conclusions 2. Printed Electronics In Germany 2.1. General Situation 2.2. Profiles 2.2.1. Aixtron 2.2.2. Antec Solar Energy International Ag 2.2.3. Atlantic Zeiser 2.2.4. Avancis 2.2.5. Azur Space Solar Power 2.2.6. Balluff Gmbh 2.2.7. Basf Future Business Gmbh Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 3. 2.2.8. Bayer Material Science Ag 2.2.9. Bergische University 2.2.10. Brooks Automation (germany) Gmbh - Rfid Division 2.2.11. Bundesdruckerei 2.2.12. Calyxo Gmbh 2.2.13. Cis - Solartechnik 2.2.14. Constantia Hueck-folien 2.2.15. Delo Industrial Adhesives 2.2.16. Deutsche Cell Gmbh 2.2.17. Dlr 2.2.18. Elantas Electrical Insulation Gmbh 2.2.19. Enve Print Services Gmbh 2.2.20. Evonik Industries - Formerly Degussa Ag 2.2.21. Felix Bttcher Gmbh & Co Kg 2.2.22. Festo Ag & Co. Kg 2.2.23. First Solar Manufacturing Gmbh 2.2.24. Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe 2.2.25. Fraunhofer Logistics Atl 2.2.26. Fraunhofer Institute For Applied Optics And Precision Engineering Iol 2.2.27. Fraunhofer-institut For Photonic Microsystems (ipms) 2.2.28. Fraunhofer Institute For Solar Energy Ise 2.2.29. Fraunhofer Technology Development Group Teg 2.2.30. Fraunhofer Institute For Reliability And Microintegration Izm 2.2.31. Giesecke & Devrient Gmbh 2.2.32. Global Solar Energy 2.2.33. Gmbu Ev 2.2.34. Grt Gmbh & Co. Kg 2.2.35. Hahn-meitner Institute Berlin Gmbh 2.2.36. H C Starck Gmbh 2.2.37. Heliatek Gmbh 2.2.38. Henkel 2.2.39. Idam-ina Drives And Mechatronics 2.2.40. International University Bruchsal 2.2.41. International University Of Bremen 2.2.42. Ip Bewertuungs -ag 2.2.43. Johanna Solar Technology 2.2.44. Ksg Leiterplatten Gmbh 2.2.45. Ksw Microtec 2.2.46. Liebherr-hausger Gmbh 2.2.47. Leibniz Institute For Solid State And Materials Research Ifw 2.2.48. Leonhard Kurz Solar 2.2.49. Ludwig Maximilians University 2.2.50. Man Roland Druckmaschinen Ag Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 4. 2.2.51. Max Planck Society For The Advancement Of Science 2.2.52. Menippos 2.2.53. Merck Chemicals 2.2.54. Microdrop Technologies 2.2.55. Mhlbauer Ag 2.2.56. Nanosolar 2.2.57. Novaled Ag 2.2.58. Odersun Ag 2.2.59. Ormecon Gmbh 2.2.60. Osram 2.2.61. Poly Ic 2.2.62. Printed Systems Gmbh 2.2.63. Pvflex Solar 2.2.64. Robert Bosch 2.2.65. Robert Brkle Gmbh 2.2.66. Schott Ag 2.2.67. Schreiner Group Gmbh & Kg 2.2.68. Sensient Imaging Technologies 2.2.69. Siemens 2.2.70. Solarcoating Machinery Gmbh 2.2.71. Solarion Ag 2.2.72. Sulfurcell Solartechnik 2.2.73. Technical University Of Braunschweig 2.2.74. Technical University Of Chemnitz 2.2.75. Technical University Of Darmstadt 2.2.76. Technical University Of Dresden 2.2.77. Technical University Of Erlangen-nuremberg 2.2.78. Technical University Of Munich 2.2.79. Thuringian Institute For Textile And Plastics Research Titk 2.2.80. Ulm University 2.2.81. University Of Augsburg 2.2.82. University Of Bonn 2.2.83. University Of Freiburg 2.2.84. University Of Karlsruhe 2.2.85. University Of Kassel 2.2.86. University Of Regensburg 2.2.87. University Of Stuttgart 2.2.88. Varta Microbattery Gmbh 2.2.89. Veeco Instruments Gmbh 2.2.90. Wurth Solar 3. Printed Electronics In The Uk Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 5. 3.1. General Situation 3.2. Profiles 3.2.1. 3t Technologies Ltd 3.2.2. Ablestik 3.2.3. Accuscene Corporation Ltd 3.2.4. Additive Process Technologies 3.2.5. Aktina Uk Metal Films 3.2.6. Applied Multilayers Ltd 3.2.7. Autotype International Ltd (now Macdermid Autotype Ltd) 3.2.8. Brunel University 3.2.9. Cambridge Display Technology 3.2.10. Cenamps 3.2.11. Conductive Inkjet Technology, Cit 3.2.12. Corus Colors 3.2.13. Dek Printing Machines Ltd 3.2.14. Durham University 3.2.15. Elam-t Ltd 3.2.16. Eleksen 3.2.17. Elumin8 Systems Ltd 3.2.18. Emerson And Cuming Uk 3.2.19. Epigem Ltd 3.2.20. Freelight Systems Ltd 3.2.21. G24 Innovations Ltd. 3.2.22. Gorix 3.2.23. Henkel Formerly Ici - Strategic Technology Group 3.2.24. Imperial College 3.2.25. Innos Limited 3.2.26. Keeling & Walker 3.2.27. Kingston Chemicals Ltd 3.2.28. Leeds Lithium Power 3.2.29. Loughborough University 3.2.30. Lumicure 3.2.31. Microdevice Science Ltd 3.2.32. Patterning Technologies 3.2.33. Pelikon 3.2.34. Petec 3.2.35. Philips Wearables 3.2.36. Plastic Eprint 3.2.37. Plastic Logic 3.2.38. Polymertronics 3.2.39. Printed Electronics Ltd 3.2.40. Queen Mary 3.2.41. Qinetiq Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 6. 3.2.42. Royal College Of Art 3.2.43. Smartsensor Telemed Ltd 3.2.44. St Andrews University 3.2.45. Softswitch 3.2.46. Swansea University 3.2.47. The Technology Partnership 3.2.48. Thorn Lighting Limited 3.2.49. Toumaz Technology Limited 3.2.50. University College London 3.2.51. University Of Bath 3.2.52. University Of Cambridge 3.2.53. The University Of Hull 3.2.54. University Of Leeds 3.2.55. University Of Liverpool 3.2.56. University Of Manchester 3.2.57. University Of Reading 3.2.58. University Of Sheffield 3.2.59. University Of Southampton 3.2.60. University Of Surrey 3.2.61. University Of Sussex 3.2.62. University Of Wales, Bangor 3.2.63. Xaar 3.2.64. Xennia Technology Limited 3.2.65. Zytronic Displays Limited 4. Printed Electronics In France 4.1. General Situation 4.2. Profiles 4.2.1. Absel 4.2.2. Alstom Research & Services France 4.2.3. Ardeje France Inkjet 4.2.4. Arjo Wiggins 4.2.5. Ask 4.2.6. Cea Laboratoire De L'electronique Moleculaire Lem Grenoble 4.2.7. Cea Limoges 4.2.8. Cea Liten 4.2.9. Centre De Recherches Sur Les Macromolcules Vgtales Cermav-cnrs 4.2.10. Centre De Recherches Paul Pascal Crpp Bordeaux 4.2.11. Ecole Nationale Des Ponts Et Chausses Encp 4.2.12. Ecole Superieure Des Mines De Saint Etienne 4.2.13. Electricit De France Edf Paris 4.2.14. Cole Nationale Suprieure De Chimie De Paris Enscp Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 7. 4.2.15. Ier 4.2.16. Institut D'lectronique Du Solide Et Des Systmes Iness 4.2.17. Institut De Recherche Et Dveloppement En Energie Photovoltaique Irdep Paris 4.2.18. Institut De Recherch Sur L'enseignement De Mathematiques Irem 4.2.19. Institut Fresnel Marseille 4.2.20. Imn- Institut De Materiaux Nantes 4.2.21. Impika 4.2.22. Joseph Fourier University 4.2.23. Laboratoire De Chimie De Coordination Lcc Cnrs 4.2.24. Laboratoire De Genie Electrique De Paris Lgep 4.2.25. Laboratoire De Gnie Electrique De Toulouse Lget 4.2.26. Laboratoire Des Proprits Optiques Des Matriaux Et Applications Poma 4.2.27. Laplace (formerly Lget, Cpat And Leei) 4.2.28. L'cole Nationale Suprieure De Chimie De Paris Lcaes-enscp 4.2.29. Le Laboratoire De Physique Des Interactions Ondes-matire Piom 4.2.30. Limoges University Umops 4.2.31. Louis Pasteur University Strasbourg France 4.2.32. Saint Gobain Paris 4.2.33. Tagsys 4.2.34. University Of Paris Sud Orsay 4.2.35. University Of Picardie Jules Verne 4.2.36. University Of Versailles Uvsq 5. Printed Electronics In Italy 5.1. General Situation 5.2. Profiles 5.2.1. Instituto Di Fotonica E Nanotechnologie Ifn-cnr 5.2.2. Institute Of Nanostructured Materials Ismn Bologna 5.2.3. Institute Of Nanostructured Materials Ismn Rome 5.2.4. Institute Of Inorganic Methodologies And Plasmas Imip-cnr 5.2.5. Isof 5.2.6. Milan Polytechnic 5.2.7. Montalbano Technology S.p.a. 5.2.8. Nnl - National Nanotechnology Laboratory 5.2.9. Saes Getters S.p.a. 5.2.10. University Of Bari 5.2.11. University Of Lecce 5.2.12. University Of Milan 5.2.13. University Of Rome 6. Printed Electronics In Netherlands Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 8. 6.1. General Situation 6.2. Profiles 6.2.1. Av Flexologic Flexo Printers 6.2.2. Delft University Of Technology 6.2.3. Eindhoven University Of Technology 6.2.4. European Space Agency Research And Technology Centre Esa-estec 6.2.5. Fontys University Of Applied Sciences 6.2.6. Holst Centre 6.2.7. Ibs Precision Engineering Bv 6.2.8. Liquavista Bv 6.2.9. Nedap 6.2.10. Otb Engineering 6.2.11. Philips 6.2.12. Philips Design 6.2.13. Polymer Vision 6.2.14. Radboud University - Institute For Molecules And Materials 6.2.15. Stork Digital 6.2.16. Tno 6.2.17. University Of Groningen 7. Printed Electronics In Sweden 7.1. General Situation 7.2. Profiles 7.2.1. Acreo 7.2.2. Chalmers University Of Technology 7.2.3. Cypak 7.2.4. Linkoping University 7.2.5. Mid Sweden University 7.2.6. M-real 7.2.7. Solibro 7.2.8. Stora Enso 7.2.9. Thin Film Electronics Ab 8. Printed Electronics In Austria 8.1. General Situation 8.2. Profiles 8.2.1. At&s Austria 8.2.2. Graz University Of Technology, 8.2.3. Joanneum Research 8.2.4. Johannes Kepler University 8.2.5. Nanoident/ Bioident Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 9. 8.2.6. Nanoteccenter Weiz 9. Printed Electronics In Belgium 9.1. General Situation 9.2. Profiles 9.2.1. Agfa Gevaert Belgium 9.2.2. Akzo Nobel Chemicals Belgium 9.2.3. Barco N.v. 9.2.4. Bekaert Nv/sa 9.2.5. Imec 9.2.6. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven 9.2.7. Unit Physico-chimie Et De Physique Des Matriaux Pcpm-ucl 9.2.8. Solvay 9.2.9. Umicore 9.2.10. University Of Ghent 9.2.11. University Of Mons Haunaut 10. Printed Electronics In Finland 10.1. General Situation 10.2. Profiles 10.2.1. Bo Akademi University Finland 10.2.2. Avantone Oy Finland 10.2.3. Confidex 10.2.4. Enfucell 10.2.5. Panipol Oy 10.2.6. University Of Helsinki 10.2.7. University Of Oulu 10.2.8. Upm Raflatac 10.2.9. Vtt Technology 11. Printed Electronics In Switzerland 11.1. General Situation 11.2. Profiles 11.2.1. Assa Abloy Identification Technologies/ Sokymat Switzerland 11.2.2. Ciba Specialty Chemicals 11.2.3. Dyconex Ag 11.2.4. Electronic Technical High School Eth Zurich 11.2.5. Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne Epfl 11.2.6. Paul Scherrer Institute 11.2.7. Schweizer Electronic Ag Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 10. 11.2.8. Solaronix 11.2.9. Stmicroelectronics 11.2.10. Swiss Federal Institute Of Technology 11.2.11. Zeiler Ag 12. Printed Electronics In Rest Of Europe - Estonia To Israel 12.1. Profiles 12.2. Czech Republic 12.2.1. Czech Technical University In Prague 12.3. Estonia 12.3.1. Dialmat 12.4. Denmark 12.4.1. Bang & Olufsen Medicom 12.4.2. Ris National Laboratory 12.4.3. University Of Copenhagen 12.5. Greece 12.5.1. Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki 12.5.2. Forth- Institute Of Chemical Engineering And High Temperature Chemical Processes 12.5.3. Technological Education Institute Of Larissa 12.6. Ireland 12.6.1. Trinity College Dublin 12.7. Israel 12.7.1. Inksure 12.7.2. Orion Solar Israel 12.7.3. Peptronics Ltd. 12.7.4. Power Id 12.7.5. Power Paper 12.7.6. Technion 12.7.7. Vision Enterprises 12.7.8. Weizmann Institute Of Science 12.8. Poland 12.8.1. Krakw University 12.8.2. Jagiellonian University 12.8.3. Polish Academy Of Sciences 12.9. Portugal 12.9.1. Cemop/uninova 12.9.2. New University Of Lisbon 12.9.3. Technical University Of Lisbon 12.9.4. Technology And Nuclear Institute Itn 12.9.5. University Of Algarve 12.9.6. University Of Aveiro 12.9.7. University Of Lisbon Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe
  • 11. 12.10. Slovenia 12.10.1. University Of Ljubljana 12.11. Spain 12.11.1. Ainia Centro Tecnologico Spain Sensors, Food appendix 1: Idtechex Publications And Consultancy ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Organic and Printed Electronics in Europe