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Cambridge, UK, 21 February 2007: cintelliq ltd, the world’s leading provider of information services and strategic consulting to the organic semiconductor industry, has issued a call for papers for the Organic Electronics Conference and Exhibition 2007 (OEC-07) which will take place in Frankfurt, Germany from 24-26 September 2007.

Now in its fifth year, OEC is the premier international event for scientists, engineers, manufacturers and investors in organic semiconductor technologies and organic electronics. OEC is unique in that it is industry-led and industry-focused.

The conference will be divided into three commercial tracks with invited speakers, and one academic track in which competitively selected, peer-reviewed, papers will be presented. Each day of the conference will open with presentations by keynote speakers..

OEC-07 is cordially inviting papers for the consideration of the 2007 peer review committee. The best 24 papers will be accepted for presentation in the peer-reviewed conference track. The deadline for the submission of a 300-word abstract and a 35-word summary is Friday 27 April 2007. For more details, visit the conference website:

Papers are invited on subjects relating to organic semiconductor technologies including, but not limited to:

integrated circuits
memory devices
smart packaging
offset printing
ink-jet printing
vacuum deposition systems
gravure printing
flexographic printing
roll-to-roll printing
inline manufacturing

The 2007 peer-review committee currently includes the following:

- Dr Jeremy Burroughes, Chief Technology Officer, Cambridge Display Technology
- Craig Cruickshank, Founder and Senior Analyst, cintelliq
- Dr Ghassan Jabbour, Associate Research Professor, University of Arizona
- Dr Jiro Kasahara, General Manager, Fusion Domain Laboratory, Sony Corporation
- Dr Takao Someya, Associate Professor, University of Tokyo

Further members will join the committee in the next few weeks.

The papers that are selected for inclusion in OEC-07 will also automatically be entered into the ‘Best Peer Reviewed Paper’ category of the Organic Semiconductor Industry Awards (OSIA), which will be presented at the conference gala dinner. Nominations for the other OSIA categories will open in April.

Last year’s conference, OEC-06, attracted about 320 participants from 200 organisations, and this year’s conference is expected to be significantly larger. OEC-07 will offer a mixture of invited and peer-reviewed presentations, as well as an exciting exhibition featuring state-of-art technology from across the industry, and a new selection of pre-conference workshops.

Craig Cruickshank, founder and principal analyst at cintelliq, said, “The selection process is competitive with only the best papers being accepted for presentation at the conference. We were very impressed by the calibre of the papers submitted to the peer-review committee last year and are looking forward to reviewing more high quality submissions in OEC-07.”

About OEC-07

OEC-07 is hosted by cintelliq, the organic semiconductor industry specialist which founded the conference series in 2003, together with its conference partner the OE-A, the key industry association for organic electronics. OEC-07 will be held 24-26 September 2007 at the Sheraton Frankfurt Hotel, Frankfurt, Germany. For more information about the conference see:

About cintelliq ltd

Founded in 2002, cintelliq focuses exclusively on providing information services and strategic consulting based on independent and objective analysis of the development of the emerging organic semiconductor industry.

Its services address the needs of both individuals and organisations with an interest in the development of technologies and applications across the whole of the organic semiconductor industry. cintelliq invests its resources in: monitoring and tracking commercial and technology developments; attending exhibitions and conferences; conducting independent research; and codifying its analysis.

As well as publishing the industry’s leading weekly newsletter ‘OSA Direct’, cintelliq publishes a range of reports on the industry, conducts workshops, and carries out consultancy.

About the Organic Electronics Association

The Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) is a working group within the German Engineering Federation (VDMA) and was founded in December 2004. OE-A is an information and communication platform and represents the whole process chain in organic electronics. Our members are international leading companies and institutions, ranging from R&D institutes, component and material suppliers, equipment and tool suppliers to producers / system integrators and end-users. More than 70 companies from Europe, the US and Asia work together to promote the establishment of a competitive production infrastructure for organic electronics. The vision of OE-A is to build a bridge between science, technology and application.

Press contacts:

Craig Cruickshank
cintelliq ltd,
St John’s Innovation Centre,
Cowley Road, Cambridge
Tel: +44-1223-421526

Dr. Klaus Hecker
Organic Electronics Association (OE-A)
Lyoner Str. 18
D-60528 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Tel: +49-69 6603 1336

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