- Published on Monday, 14 September 2015 11:40
The 11th European Coating Symposium has taken place in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, from September 9 to 11th. InnoPhysics took part in the event with a lecture and as one of the exhibitors. We would like to thank the organizers and everyone attending for their time and interest.
The ECS2015 was organized jointly by the Holst Centre / TNO and the Eindhoven University of Technology. During the symposium there were keynote lectures, invited and contributed talks, as well as poster and exhibitor sessions. The scope of this and of future meetings is to present the latest developments in coating science and technology and to showcase the multiple and diverse applications.
A full list of exhibitors present at the symposium can be found at the following link.
- Published on Friday, 03 July 2015 07:57
Ghent, November 26th to 27th - 2015
The second European workshop on Plasma & Microstructures was held on November 26th and November 27th and was hosted by Ghent University. Following the success of previous year's edition, the technical committee has put together a new program with invited speakers and tabletop demonstrations.
Where last year's edition was primarily focused on plasma processing at microscale, the scope of the workshop has now been extended to incorporate all microstructuring methods. It is expected that this will improve the impact of the workshop for the attendees even further, as this will bring together more startup companies and more high-tech capabilities demonstrating what they can do for you.
We would like to thank all attendees for their interest, and we hope to see you again at the 3rd annual workshop, which is planned to take place in Jena, Germany.
- Published on Wednesday, 17 June 2015 08:32
The 22nd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry was held at the City Campus of the University of Antwerp, from the 6th to 10th of July 2015.
InnoPhysics was present with a tabletop demonstration of the μPlasmaPrinting Station, and to provide a hands-on experience of what the possibilities are with the plasma printing technology. Even though the number of companies demonstrating their own technologies was small, there was much interest from the attendees. The ISPC conference included a good mixture of scientific and industrial participants.
- Published on Tuesday, 02 June 2015 12:27
The 2015 MRS Spring Meeting and Exhibit was held in San Francisco, California on April 6th to 10th. Technical sessions and non-technical events were held at the Moscone West Convention Center, San Francisco Marriot Marquis and The Park Central Hotel San Francisco.
During this 5-days event, organized by the Materials Research Society (MRS), Dr. Ir. Alquin Stevens has presented the paper entitled - μPlasmaPrinting Deposition of Amine-Containing Polymers by Means of 3-Aminopropyl Trimethoxysilane and the Application in Metal-Nanoparticle Immobilization.
- Published on Wednesday, 20 May 2015 12:48
On May 11-14 the 8th International Workshop on Microplasmas was hosted by the College of Arts & Sciences and Seton Hall University in Newark, New Jersey (USA). InnoPhysics was present at the event to highlight some of the applications of micro plasma engineering.
In addition to the scientific presentation on μPlasmaPrinting deposition of polymers, Dr. Ir. Alquin Stevens has taken the audience on an Entrepeneurship journey in the special session on Entrepeneurship, Intellectual Property and S&T Law. Here, the startup phase of InnoPhysics B.V. served as a perfect example for the audience on the challenges, risks, and opportunities that a startup company needs to face on the road to becoming a succesful business. Let us hope that with these insights, the audience has gained important knowledge on how to become a better entrepeneur.
- Published on Friday, 17 October 2014 09:00
We are pleased to announce Fraunhofer IST and InnoPhysics' two day workshop on micro-plasmas and their applications, to be held on December 10th and 11th in Eindhoven.
Different micro-plasmas technologies are discussed, together with two fields of application:
Ph.D. Thesis uPlasma patterning and inkjet printing to enhance localized wetting and mixing behaviour
- Published on Friday, 27 June 2014 11:37
On the 2nd of July, Martijn van Dongen presents his Ph.D. thesis about µPlasma patterning. The thesis entitled “µPlasma patterning and inkjet printing to enhance localized wetting and mixing behaviour” will be part of the defence to obtain the doctorate degree. The defence and graduation ceremony will take place at University of Twente.
- Published on Friday, 27 June 2014 10:52
The 14th International Conference on Plasma Surface Engineering will be hosted on September 15-19, 2014, in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. The scope of the PSE conference will be about Fundamentals and applications of plasma and ion beam techniques in surface engineering.
InnoPhysics will be presenting their technology at the PSE conference in an oral scientific presentation on Thursday 18 September, Room Olympia (10.35-10.55 h.), session 20.
- Published on Thursday, 16 May 2013 08:49
European partnership focusing on nanoelectronics ENIAC Joint Undertaking has granted funding for a project coordinated by Okmetic Oyj. The total budget of the “Processes for MEMS by Inkjet Enhanced Technologies,” or PROMINENT project is 9.4 M€, and the coordination is managed by Spinverse Oy.
- Published on Thursday, 06 September 2012 08:51
Researchers show better control of functional inkjet printing
Researchers of the Thin Films & Functional Materials group of Fontys University in The Netherlands have experimentally demonstrated that patterned plasma treatment of substrates gives them better control over inkjet printed structures. Their techniques lead to better quality of printed electronic structures while allowing for a wider range of functional inks and ultimately to smaller feature sizes. They will present their findings during the NIP digital printing conference in Quebec, Canada, September 9-13.