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euroLED highlights Conference schedule


Day 1: Wednesday 8 June 2011 08.30 Registration and coffee


09.30 Opening remarks from the chair Opening Plenary: Assessing the Future for LEDs and LED Backlighting - Market overview by region (EU, UK, US, Asia) - Adoption in general illumination - Market forecast for displays: LEDs and LED backlit


11.00 Morning refreshment break - Path to replacing the incandescent in light of the ban (Ikea) - Latest Developments in Standards


12.45 Lunch 2.00 Afternoon tracks commence


Speed Networking Area


Also new this year is the facilitated Speed Networking Area, providing a unique opportunity to spend a few fun and frantic minutes making new connections and getting to know your colleagues.


5.30 Drinks reception 7.00 Dinner


11.30 Coaches depart Day 2: Thursday 9th June 2011


8.00 Registration and coffee 9.00 Opening remarks from the chair Applications and end uses


- Case Study: LEDs in automotive applications - Case Study: LEDs in architectural applications - Novel and Emerging Applications: Medical


11.00 Morning refreshments


- OLEDs – complimentary or competitive technology? - Adoption in off grid applications: Third world opportunities - Ecosystems for Solid State Lighting


12.30 Lunch


1.30 Afternoon session and speed networking starts Enabling technologies for the future of LEDs *Drivers *Lifetimes *Specifying LEDs and system design *Dimming *Binning


3.00 Closing panel discussion: Delivering on the promise: what does the LEDs industry need to do to ensure long term growth?


3.30 Afternoon refreshments and close of conference. Visit www.euroled.org.uk to register for the show and conference programme. 44 www.a1lighngmagazine.com


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