This workshop organised by BASMATI project gathers companies and research institutes from all over Europe working in the field of printed electronics, battery development and advanced materials. Speakers from the Organic Electronics Association, Leclanché, 3M, CEA, Varta and Umicore have already confirmed their attendance
This event targets professionals of the Battery, Printed Electronics and Advanced Materials sectors aiming to learn and exchange with high level innovation projects.
Registration is free of charge!
BASMATI addresses the development of active nanomaterial and electrochemical inks for printing technologies such as screen and inkjet printing. The ink formulations are tested on a case study through printing of a thin film battery. The general objective of the project is to scale-up the ink formulations to pilot line ensuring large volume fabrication of new products with improved properties for printing application.
Formulations are based on nanoparticles mixed with polymer binders, appropriate additives and solvents to meet the requirements for printing compatibility, without compromising the functional performance (e.g. conductivity or electrochemical behaviour) of the final printed layer.