Talking about „Print the Brain“ at LOPEC 2024 in Munich

A few days ago, I visited LOPEC (Large-area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention) held in Munich from March 5-7, 2024. This event is recognized as the world’s leading exhibition and conference for flexible, organic, and printed electronics. It brings together industry leaders, manufacturers, engineers, suppliers, and key decision-makers in the field, providing a global platform for showcasing innovations, networking, and discussing the future directions of printed electronics.

I was there mainly because pmTUC, the institute I work for at TU Chemnitz as a researcher in neuromorphic computing, had a stand there. I and my colleagues could show and talk about the project I work on called Print the Brain, show the printed memristors developed at pmTUC and how, by stacking them on layers of printed papers, the possibility of a 3D neuromorphic circuit that is more efficient and performant than traditional equivalent circuits can be produced.

München is a very beautiful city (I visited this city many years ago and even lived in Starnberg, near Starnberger See, but this is a story for another time), and I plan to move and live there for a few years later in life. Time will tell. In München, I went with my colleagues and had a nice dinner meeting with other members of the Organic Electronics Saxony at the König Ludwig an der Messe. Overnight, I stayed at the Hotel Obermaier.


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