With continued population growth, urbanization, and real-time global connectivity, electronics has become one of the fastest growing industries in our modern society. Constant innovation in the fields of smartphones, tablets, laptops, gaming devices, video recorders and television, etc. also changed the face of plastics in this industry that was once considered strictly insulative but is now used for microelectronics component to billboards, flexible displays in phones and laptops, etc.
Join us on this virtual conference event and learn more about how Plastics is leading the Future of Electronics!
This virtual event will be filled with insights on Conductive and Insulating Polymers for use in micro to macro electronics design and safe packaging solutions.
We'll have a great lineup of inspiring keynotes from industry leaders and presentations.
Connect with other attendees during the virtual cocktail hour and networking breaks.
Don’t miss out. Register today!
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