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Printable Flexible Wearable Electronics Symposium (CPES 2017)

IEEE Canada is a Supporting Partner of CPES2017, Canada’s premier conference and trade show exhibition for printable, flexible and wearable electronics (PE). In recognition of this partnership support, the CPES organizing committee is extending a special offer to IEEE members.

Date: May 24-26, 2017

Location: Centennial College, Toronto

Using the coupon code cpeia-partner2017b IEEE members can register for CPES at 15 per cent off the regular non-CPEIA member rate of $795 + HST. This represents a value of $119. The deadline to use this code and secure the discount is April 28, 2017.

This is a great opportunity to engage with the technology developers and integrators that are accelerating the growth and adoption of PE in various market verticals that are relevant to Canadian industry and technology clusters across the country.

Please note that this offer cannot be combined with the CPES2017 early bird registration rate or the student rate. It only applies to Day 1 and Day 2 of the conference. If you wish to attend the Master Classes or Mentoring & Financing Sessions on Day 3, you must pay the regular fee for those activities.

To register and take advantage of this discount, please visit
https://cpes2017.ca/registration/

What is CPES2017?

CPES2017 is the place for technology developers, industrial companies and end-users to meet and discuss how they can work together to commercialize new products and applications for printable, flexible and wearable electronics. Academic researchers can discover how they can link their research to market needs and opportunities. The conference focuses on markets such as Intelligent Packaging, Intelligent Buildings, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive and Industrial Applications, Health and Wellness, Intelligent Documents, and Consumer Electronics and Wearables.

Come to learn, network and develop partnerships for collaboration and business development. You can learn more at www.CPES2017.ca

May 24-26, 2017, Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (CPEIA) will be bringing together Canadian PE industry for their annual symposium at Centennial College, Toronto.

With 30+ speakers and over 200 participants from 120 organizations in attendance, CPES2017 is Canada’s premier meeting ground for technology developers, industrial companies and end-users to discuss how they can work together to manufacture and commercialize new products and applications. Academic researchers can showcase their research and discover how they can link it to market needs and opportunities. Day 1 of the program features Key Applications, while Day 2 is dedicated to Manufacturing. The optional Day 3 offers master classes, a financing session and mentoring.

Contact: Hugo Sanchez-Reategui at hugosanreategui@ieee.org

Organizers: CPEIA

Register: https://cpes2017.ca/registration/

Note: Using the coupon code cpeia-partner2017b IEEE members can register for CPES at 15 per cent off the regular non-CPEIA member rate of $795 + HST. This represents a value of $119. The deadline to use this code and secure the discount is April 28, 2017. The coupon code cannot be combined with the Student rate $295 + HST. If you wish to attend the Master Classes or Mentoring & Financing Sessions on Day 3, you must pay the regular fee for those activities.

Abstract: CPES2017 is the place for technology developers, industrial companies and end-users to meet and discuss how they can work together to commercialize new products and applications for printable, flexible and wearable electronics. Academic researchers can discover how they can link their research to market needs and opportunities. The conference focuses on markets such as Intelligent Packaging, Intelligent Buildings, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive and Industrial Applications, Health and Wellness, Intelligent Documents, and Consumer Electronics and Wearables.

Come to learn, network and develop partnerships for collaboration and business development. You can learn more at www.CPES2017.ca

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