Sirris Workshop

µ-printing of functional material deposit


The Sirris Microfabrication AppLication Lab (SMALL) at Sirris is active in the field of micro deposition and printed electronics by Aerosol Jet Printing technology (AJP). This new technology is very interesting in terms of material deposition on many types of substrates. If you want to learn more about how to improve in material deposition, you should definitely attend this workshop.

In order to gather ideas supported by industrial companies and to help industry innovate, Sirris and its SMALL laboratory equipped with AJP technology, invites people from industry to this workshop at the Sirris’ 'µPrinting Day'.

During this event, experts in Aerosol Jet printing technologies from OPTOMEC, a recognized leader in the field of additive manufacturing, will be present.

Monday, October 15, 2012
  • 12h30 : Welcome and sandwiches
  • 13h30 : Introduction (Umberto Baraldi, Sirris)
  • 13h45 : Aerosol Jet® Technology for Printed Electronics (Dr. Mike Renn, Aerosol Jet Advanced Applications)
  • 14h15: Functional materials for printed sensor structures (Dr. Volker Zöllmer, Fraunhofer-Institut IFAM)
  • 14h45: µPrinting : change your paradigm - some industrial cases @ Sirris (Laurent Seronveaux, SMALL Lab, Sirris)
  • 15h15 : Coffee break
  • 15h30 : Discussion about 2 themes : General printed electronics - Sensor applications
    The room will be divided into two 'expert corners' where you can discuss with our experts and professionals. Besides these two tracks, Sirris will hold live demonstrations on case studies selected and submitted before 08/10/2012
  • 17h15: Networking cocktail and concluding remarks
  • 17h45 : End of the workshop   
Sirris, Rue du Bois Saint-Jean 12, 4102 Seraing