EPIC Workshop on Miniaturization of Solid State Lighting systems

With a special look at novel SSL systems in Automotive, Signalling, Wearables, Horticulture, Indoor/Outdoor and Construction


28 September 2017

Bregenz, Austria

Co-located with LpS and Trends of Lighting


The miniaturization of SSL light engines and systems allows for new types or revolutionary designs of luminaires and lamps with new form factors and expanding application fields, such as in automotive, signaling, wearables, horticulture and through the integration into building materials in the construction sector. The “EPIC Workshop on Miniaturization of SSL systems” will bring together high-level representatives from key organizations in the sector. Active discussions will cover the topics of improved cost/performance ratio,  energy efficiency and novel application fields of miniaturized SSL systems.

This workshop is co-located with the LpS and Trends of Lighting conferences. For more information on these events, please visit the Conference website


Location: Seefoyer, Festspielhaus Bregenz
Session chair: Jose Pozo, Director of Technology and Innovation at EPIC

9.30 – 10.50 Session 1
9.30 9.50 High conductive foils enabling large area OLED lighting, Roland Steim, Project Manager, Sefar
9.50 10.10 Micro and sub-micro optics with freeform designs for miniaturized systems, Oscar Fernandez,  Senior R&D Engineer, CSEM
10.10 10.30 SSL-based wall grazing luminaires using freeform optics, Martin Djiango, Application Engineer, Light Tec
10.30 10.50 Miniaturized LED drivers enabling new design solutions, Mickey Madsen, Founder and CEO, Nordic Power Converters
10.50 – 11.30 Coffee break
11.30 – 12.30 Session 2
11.30 11.50 High performance directional light sources enable novel lighting applications, Harald Pier, CEO, cenogent SARL
11.50 12.10 PI-SCALE, the European Pilot Line for Flexible OLED Lighting Concepts, Erno Langendijk, Business Development &
Program Manager, Holst Centre
12.10 12.30 How (miniaturized) Solid State Lighting source are revolutionizing the global lighting space, Pars Mukish, Business Unit Manager – Solide State Lighting and Display at Yole Développement
12.30 Conference Lunch