ILaCoS Asia 2013 – International Laser and Coating Symposium

Following the success of previous years in Germany and Hong Kong, 3D-Micromac AG, Hong Kong Critical Components Manufacturers Association and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University are going to organize their seventh well-established symposium on laser micromachining and advanced coating technology. Similar to the previous years, the focus is concentrated on current developments and applications of laser technology. The symposium is thematically enriched by technologies for the production and processing of thin-films on flexible substrates, for example printing and coating processes, which are used in flexible electronics. Possible applications range from flexible thin-film solar cells, organic photovoltaics, flexible LED and OLED illumination and display technologies, RFID antennas as well as printed electronics.


The agenda of the Symposium will balance industrial applications, scientific themes and business opportunities with the focus on:


  • Laser applications in micro electronics
  • Printing and coating technologies for the production of organic electronic devices
  • Roll to roll processing of flexible thin-film materials
  • Laser systems for microprocessing, and other topics related to Laser-Micromachining


As in previous years, end-users, industrial representatives, suppliers, and research institutions will give insights on the latest trends in the use of laser and advanced coating processes for industry and R&D. Similar to former symposia, stimulating dialogue between users from different fields of application will be assured.


Event Details:

Date : 18 October 2013 (Friday)
Time : 8:30a.m. - 5:35p.m.
Venue : Charles K. Kao Auditorium, Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks
Fee :

HK$250 (Standard);

HK$200 (Members of organizers, co-organizers and supporting organizations);

HK$200 (Full-time students)

* Fee includes entrance, proceedings and refreshments

Website :


Please click here to download the registration form.  


For enquiry, please contact Ms Carrie Cheung by email

at or Tel: 3400 3185.