Printing of Functional Applications – Summer School
Dates: 11th – 15th July 2016 Venue: Swansea University Bay Campus, Swansea, United Kingdom
This course brings together leading speakers from academia across Europe and Industry to deliver an introduction to printable electronics. The summer school takes place at the magnificent new 65 acre Bay Campus and is located right on the beach on the eastern approach to Swansea City and is the home to the Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating based within the College of Engineering. The summer school is organized by COST Action ActInPak and hosted by the Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC), using its new comprehensively equipped laboratories.
The course covers:
Design and applications
All major printing processes (flexo, screen, gravure, pad, offset and inkjet)
My name is Greg Ganczewski, and I am currently working in the Packaging and Environment Department at the Polish Packaging Research Institute COBRO.
The training school on printing of functional application in Swansea University was an amazing opportunity to learn about intelligent printing solutions and see the high tech equipment used to produce and test those solutions. Organisers provided a perfectly balanced mix of theory and practice, and even given us the chance to try printing and testing functional application ourselves. Overall, Swansea Training School was very well organised and its hands-on approach inspired me to further explore the fascinating world of printed electronics.