IMI Announces 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair for October 2005

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IMI’s 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair on October 26-28, 2005 in Las Vegas is dedicated to all critical aspects of printable electronics and displays. It is designed to bring together experts and leaders in the areas of printable electronic materials, hardware, print systems and electronics and display devices. This year’s program also features the world’s first boutique trade show in the area of printed electronics and displays.

Information Management Institute, Inc. (IMI) announces its 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair to be held October 26-28, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

IMI’s 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair is THE conference of the year dedicated to all critical aspects of printable electronics and displays. IMI’s 4th annual meeting and exhibition leverages years of expertise in this rapidly evolving industry and is designed to bring together experts and leaders in the areas of printable electronic materials, hardware, print systems and electronics and display devices.

IMI’s Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair is a strategically organized event and this year will have the world’s first boutique trade show in the area of printed electronics and displays. IMI urges possible end users of these technological advanced to attend and view first hand the products and services that are offered today.

Dr. James Caruso, Director of Sales and Marketing of Cabot Corporation and Conference Co-chair (james_caruso@cabot-corp.com) comments, “Electronics and display manufacturers are now beginning to embrace the utilization of digital and analog high speed, low-cost printing as a manufacturing method. Even since last year, major advances have occurred is this evolving industry. This Conference and Trade Fair is 100% dedicated to spotlighting the best, most important and new technologies and products.”

“This revolutionary shift in manufacturing philosophy will allow for significant cost reductions and hence will allow manufacturers to expand current products into new markets and develop entirely new, economically viable products such as flexible displays, printed circuit boards, smart packaging, membrane keyboards, touch screens, RFID tags, EAS tags and sensors,” adds Dr. John Mills, VP of Technology, Plastic Logic LTD and Co-Chair (john.mills@plasticlogic.com).

IMI’s 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair will represent all critical materials, printing and device technologies in this rapidly emerging field. Areas which will be addressed include printing conductors, semiconductors, dielectrics and resistors, ink jet, offset lithographic and flexographic printing as well as device manufacturing applications such as printed circuit boards, RFID tags, displays, sensors, smart packaging and membrane keyboards.

Alvin Keene, IMI President, stated, “we are extremely pleased to announce the following session chairs for our 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair:

Printing & Deposition Technologies Session Chair: Akira Suzuki, Ricoh Technology Strategy Center, Corporate Technology Planning Division, Yokohama, Japan

Printable Electronic & Display Materials Session Chair: Dr. Karel Vanheusden, Strategic Programs Manager Cabot Corporation, Printable Electronics and Displays, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Applications, Commercialization & Implementation Issues Session Chair: Dr. Ana Claudia Arias, Research Associate, Electronic Materials Laboratory, Palo Alto Research Center, Palo Alto, California.”

IMI’s 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair, pioneered by IMI in 2002 as the first of its kind program, will be a worldwide meeting place for “who’s who” in this rapidly evolving new industry. It will allow presenters, attendees and exhibitors to meet, learn and promote their technologies, visions, products and services.

The Trade Fair is dedicated to bringing together companies who offer commercial goods and services to the industry and to end users or device manufacturers looking to utilize high speed printing as a manufacturing process. The companies represented in the trade fair are true, reliable commercial suppliers of materials, print systems, hardware and support services. IMI’s mission in this trade fair is to aid the entire industry by developing a platform where commercial suppliers and customers can finally come together and view products and discuss business and technical solutions.

For more information about IMI’s 4th Annual Printable Electronics and Displays Conference & Trade Fair, please go to http://www.imiconf.com or call +1-207-235-2225 or contact conference co-chairs Dr. John Mills of Plastic Logic (+44-1223-706003 or john.mills@plasticlogic.com) or Dr. James Caruso, Cabot Corporation (+1-505-563-4273 or james_caruso@cabot-corp.com) directly.

About Information Management Institute, Inc.

Information Management Institute, Inc. (IMI) sponsors conferences worldwide to assist the digital printing industry in understanding technology developments, markets and applications requirements. IMI conferences offer attendees a unique opportunity for leading hardware, consumables, software and user companies to network and develop a more comprehensive understanding of current as well as future developments in the digital printing industry. Since 1990, IMI has held over 250 programs and each year over 2,000 technical, marketing and management personnel from over 600 companies worldwide attend IMI's programs.

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