Plastic Electronics

Plastic Electronics

Organic and inorganic large area printed organics used in OLED displays, OLED lighting, solar, sensors, logic and memory represent one of the most promising and disruptive technologies of our time.  Some analysts see the market for OLAE reaching over $50 billion by the end of the decade, and even over $300 billion in 15 years. 

The SEMI Plastic Electronics Special Interest Group (PE-SIG) is dedicated to advancing collective industry interests through:

  • Technology Roadmaps
  • Industry Standards
  • Industry-Academia Collaboration
  • Government Relations and Advocacy
  • Technology Diffusion through Events and Conferences
  • Supply Chain Coordination


Attend 2013 Plastic Electronics Conference and Exposition

October 8-10, Dresden, Germany 


OLED: Light from Small Molecules Fraunhofer (6:13, Jan 2012)


Plastic Electronics: Inventing the Future Princeton University
(4:29; 2011)


OLED: A Natural Artificial Lighting Choice-- Federal Ministry of Education & Research
(6:39, 2011)


Organic Photovoltaics (Lecture)--  Purdue University (1:15:29; 2011)

Organic Nanomaterials for Electronics & Photonics (ONE-P) -- EC 7th Framework 
(6:49, 2011)


Electronic Plastic: Flexible Solutions-- National Academy of Science
(41:28, 2010)




Plastic Electronics Industry News

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For more information, please contact Deborah Geiger at or 408.943.7988.