K 08.06.2022
W University of Oulu, Saalastinsali, Pentti Kaiteran katu 1, 90570 Oulu - FINLAND

7th PrintoCent Industry Seminar – PRINSE’22 in June 8–9, 2022

Building sustainable world enabled by PrintoCent Community

PRINSE’22 will cover topics from printed intelligence to system-level reliable, sustainable and eco-friendly solutions for Future Products 

Now the first structural electronics solutions have been manufactured. PrintoCent roadmap work proved the need to broaden the scope to dedicated system design and manufacturing services for a wider range of applications. Structural integration in glass, in plastics, in laminates, and in biomaterials will explode the variety of product creation as will be seen with the Identified Future Products.

Besides top industry speakers and visionary keynotes, we are organizing training of integrated polymer photonic systems, trainings on Electrochromic visual interfaces and Reliability testing, round table sessions on printed intelligence in food safety, battery manufacturing and health tech, and visits to regional printed electronics companies.

This inspiring international event will host +200 participants around the world, while offering an excellent setting for networking and matchmaking. More than 50 industrial companies will be presenting. To facilitate collaboration with the great experts from industry leaders, we will also have an interactive Innovation Market Place and Bazaar with demos.

The location for the event is Oulu, Finland.

Do reserve this week, as the offering will be worth it!

Stay tuned on our other events too: www.printocent.net/events

And for additional industry insight, you can download the most comprehensive PrintoCent Handbook for free via this link: www.printocent.net/handbook

Registration fees for PRINSE22 

Participant Early Bird: 450 € (before 29.4.2022), after Participant 550 € (Note: VAT 24% is added to all prices)

PrintoCent members: 250 € (Note: VAT 24% is added to all prices)


Integrated polymer photonic systems provided by VTT

The European Photonics Academy will offer training courses beyond the lecture room with a strong focus on hands-on training. Course attendees will gain real-world experience using state-of-the-art design, manufacturing, test equipment and facilities. The academy’s training centres will offer unique courses across a wide range of photonics technology platforms and application domains. The academy will initially run for four years with the clear intention of becoming a sustainable long-term support to European industry. More info of PhotonHub Europe

Integrated (embedded) polymer photonics systems are key building blocks in many disruptive product innovations like multidisciplinary environment and diagnostic sensors, displays, energy sources and wearable devices. This 3-day training course provides overview on the realization of functional systems using non-conventional fabrication technologies based on polymer-based materials and their printing- and hybrid integration. Hands-on training includes the participation in the real production runs comprising component fabrication by nanoimprinting, non-photonic microfluidics and flexible electronics board fabrication, hybrid integration of Si/compound semiconductor components on flexible/stretchable carriers and post-processing by roll-to-roll injection moulding. During test runs, functional components and systems are realized.

Training cost: 500 EUR (includes catering and project consumables), Training capacity: max 20 persons

More info and registration: Course overview & registration, Training details


Electrochromic IoT visual interfaces and end use applications by Ynvisible

This session is more like a hands on experience on how to use electrochromic displays (ECD) and their maximum potential than just another training or a talking head lecture. We will make you innovate and play with our ECD development kits to really understand why we believe in printed electronics.  You’ll learn why this is the solution for low power visual interface enabling technology.

You will learn about the different ECD properties like electrical and physical features and we’ll compare those with other available technologies. The fundamental idea is to brainstorm together in dynamic and interactive way where this technology could be applied and where there are mutually value adding benefits to all parties.

Training cost: free of charge, Training capacity: min. 10 persons



Reliability testing by VTT

Ensuring durability and reliability of electronics products have an enormous impact on the sustainability. Thus, reliability assessment is a fundamental topic in successful R&D projects to guarantee designed lifetime and customer satisfaction. The training discusses with topical issues in reliability testing of printed and hybrid electronics including test and verification process and test methodology. The session includes hands-on demonstration for reliability assessment of stretchable electronics.

Training cost: free of charge, Training capacity: max. 20 persons


PIC - PrintoCent Industry Cluster Meeting (for members)

PrintoCent Members only with separate invitation and registration.


Roundtable discussions

The roundtable discussion begins with 3-4 introductory speeches on the topic. After this a moderated discussion is started where participants are encouraged to discuss and share their insights on the needs, issues and possible solutions to prevailing challenges.

Capacity: max. 20 persons/roundtable

Topics of the roundtable discussions

  • Roundtable 1: Next generation rechargeable batteries – new form factors enabled by roll-to-roll manufacturing technologies
  • Roundtable 2: Food safety in the logistic value chains – hot, cold, bacteria-free
  • Roundtable 3: Health tech solutions – how to get all value chain actors onboard?
20:00 - 23:00

GET-TOGETHER at Pub Rooster in Oulu City Centre

Get-together at Pub Rooster, Torikatu 26, Oulu (across Scandic City hotel)

9:00 - 10:50

Session 1: Opening and Keynotes (Saalastinsali)

Session chair: Juha Ala-Mursula, Executive Director, Business Oulu

09.00-09.10 Welcome, Satu Väinämö, Director PrintoCent, VTT & Kari Rönkä, Chairman of PrintoCent Board, VTT

9.10-9.30 Structural Electronics: The Past, Vision and Frontiers. Antti Keränen, CTO & CO-Founder, TactoTek

9.30-9.50 Building new functionalities in glass. Juha Artama, CST Country Leader Finland, NSG Pilkington

9.50-10.10 Future trends in rapid diagnostics. Mirko Brummer, Head of Assay Development & IPR, Aidian

10.10-10.30 A roadmap to integrated and ubiquitous electronics. Matthew Dyson, Senior Technology Analyst, IDtechEx

10.30-10.50 Eco-designed Flexible and Printed Electronics: Europe at the forefront. Henri Rajbenbach, Scientific Officer, European Commission

11.15 – 12.00

Session 2A: Demo pitches (Saalastinsali)

Session chair: Markus Tuomikoski, VTT

11.15-11.20 Wearable electronics and data analytics, Teemu Alajoki, VTT

11.20-11.25 Structural electronics, Kimmo Keränen, VTT

11.25-11.30 Energy sources and storage, Marja Vilkman, VTT

11.30-11.35 Sustainable electronics, Maria Smolander, VTT

11.35-11.40 Printocent Pilot Factory manufacturing technologies, Markus Tuomikoski, VTT

11.40-11.45 Spectroscopy and machine vision utilising Edge AI, Katariina Rahkamaa-Tolonen, VTT

11.45-11.50 Point-of-care diagnostics, Anu Mursula VTT

11.50-11.55 DecoChrom project, Thomas Kraft VTT

11.55-12.00 R2R hot embossing – Nano & Micro Patterned Polymer, NAMIPAPO Films, Petri Morko, University of Oulu

11.15 – 12.00

Session 2B: Company pitches (L10)

11.15-11.20 Ribes Tech: printed photovoltaics powering the intelligence everywhere. Antonio Iacchetti, Ribes Tech

11.20-11.25 Smart PD Solutions – For healthier kidneys. Juha Remahl, Smart PD Solutions

11.25-11.30 Registration as a service. Antti Takaluoma, Offcode

11.30-11.35 Testi Technologies – Printed Intelligence in Diagnostic Applications. Tommi Vaskivuo, Promilles/ Testi Technologies.

11.35-11.40 ZP – Bridging the Gap between Biology and the Cloud. Martin Peacock, Zimmer & Peacock

11.40-11.45 WE2022. Olli Kinnunen, Würth Elektronik

11.45-11.50 RISE presents Emerging Printed Electronics Research Infrastructure (EMERGE). Astrid Armgarth, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

11.50-11.55 Make it: PE in the Netherlands; pushing PE creativity to the limits. Peter Visser, Printed Electronics Netherlands

11.55-12.00 Technology and Art – an integral part of the Cultural Climate Change in Oulu. What can we do together? Olli Rantala, City of Oulu /European Capital of Culture 2026

12.00 -14.00

LUNCH - Demos, Company Booths & Networking

All company booths and demonstrations to be seen

12:15 - 13:15

Visits to labs - Oulu University or Oulu University of Applied Sciences

Guided tours start from the PRINSE’22 info desk at 12.15 (registration required))

Printed Electronics and Photonics – University of Oulu

Printed electronics and photonics research infrastructure including the inert atmosphere material processing line, inks for functional devices, material characterization and R2R online quality assurance line.

PrinLab – Oulu University of Applied Sciences

PrinLab offers low threshold access to Printed Intelligence (PI) research and development, as well as education environment. During the tour, you will be showcased screen printing, dispensing and ink-jet, as well as the small scale R2R machine which includes flexo-, gravure, rotary screen, and hot embossing capabilities.




Session 3A: Rapid diagnostic solutions (Saalastinsali)

Session chair: Markku Känsäkoski, MK Fluidics

14.00-14.15 Finnish competence serving international Rapid Diagnostics markets. Christina Liedert, Business Development Manager, Screentec

14.15-14.30 Biomensio multianalyte biosensing, fully digital and mobile. Harri Leinonen, CEO, BioMensio

14.30-14.45 Lightning speed diagnostic development – COVID PCR chip in three weeks. Jere Kettunen, Production Lead Finnadvance

14.45-15.00 Microfluidic based rapid antibiograms. Marco Pizzi, Nanotech Development & Business Unit Director, ELTEK SPA

15.00-15.15 Inside out – deeper understanding of the body. Juuso Nissilä, Co-Founder & Chief Bioscience Officer, Summa Labs

15.15-15.30 Nanostructured Xfold surface signal enhancer chip: From Bioimaging to Diagnosis. Nagarajan Subramaniyam, CTO, XFold imaging

14.00 – 15.40

Session 3B: Structurally integrated solutions (L10)

Session chair: Raimo Korhonen, Iscent

14.00-14.15 Structural electronics in Smart Water Management solutions. Marko Heikkinen, Head of new business development, Nordic, Pipelife

14.15-14.30 R&D Trends at Surforma: from circular economy to technology insertion into High Pressure Laminates. Claudia Costa, R&D Manager, Surforma

14.30-14.45 Aikon – your partner in integrated smart solutions for optical plastics. Martti Hahtonen, Business Development Director, Aikolon

14.45-15.00 Smarter Sealing for a Safer Tomorrow, Jaakko Niukkala, TT Gaskets – Tampereen Tiivisteteollisuus

15.00-15.15 Challenges and enablers to launch printed electronics tracker. Petri Hänninen, Small Data Garden


Session 4A: Human sensing for well-being & health (Saalastinsali)

Session chair: Teemu Alajoki, VTT

16.00-16.15 Challenges in intra-hospital vital sign monitoring. Juha Virtanen, GE Healthcare

16.15-16.30 Wearable patch electrodes in ECG monitoring. Antti Näykki, Bittium

16.30-16.45 Printed electronics enabling IoT based Sports and Health monitoring. Antti Tauriainen, CEO, Screentec

16.45-17.00 Human sensing in the harsh environment: Gait measurement. Eero Kaikkonen, CEO, MoveSole

17.00-17.15 Medical Wearables – The next generation of Wearables. Robert Boks, Director Global Business Development, Panacol- Elosol

17.15-17.30 MedPhab – The Photonics-based Medical Technology, Pilot Line to Support the Navigation at Development Path, Jussi Hiltunen, Research Professor, VTT


Session 4B: Discovering extreme antennas (L10)

Session chair: Eero Heikkinen, Nokia

16.00-16.15 An innovative anti-counterfeit solution by using transparent RFID antenna, Kazuma Komatsu, Asahi Kasei

16.15-16.30 Printed Electronics Eco-System for Future Wireless Networks. Ilkka Känsälä, Department Head, Nokia

16.30-16.45 Purpose for the network communication with printing technology. Koichi Suzuki, Global Marketing Manager, DNP

16.45-17.00 Mass production capability towards higher antenna variation. Janne Niva, Head of Operations, Elcoflex

17.00-17.15 Electromagnetic simulation of structural antennas. Jukka Sjöstedt, CEO and Partner, Radientum

17.15-17.30 Antenna measurements and printed antennas. Teuvo Heikkinen, Collaboration R&D Manager, Verkotan

19:00 - 20:30

Official Reception by the City of Oulu

The City of Oulu will offer a cocktail dinner as an official City Reception at Madetojan sali, Leevi Madetojan katu 1-3, Oulu. This event is free of charge.

Bus transportation from Scandic Oulu City hotel at 18:45 and also back after the event.



Session 5A: Enabled by sustainable printed intelligence (Saalastinsali)

Session chair: Sanna Rousu, Green Company Effect 

9.20-9.35 Scaling up services for high volume R2R production of functional surfaces. Raimo Korhonen, Partner, Iscent

9.35-9.50 Eco-friendly and Ultra-Low-Power Printed E-paper Display Applications. Ramin Heydarpour, CEO, Ynvisible Interactive

9.50-10.05 Improved durability of foldable displays with Optitune functional coatings, Rakib Kabir, Project Manager, Optitune

10.05-10.20 Heating Needs A Quick Fix – More Control & Energy Efficiency with Warming Surfaces. Jani-Mikael Kuusisto, The Warming Surfaces Company

10.20-10.35 Production of a sustainable, wireless, autonomous nanocellulose-based quantitative DoA Biosensing Platform, Harmen Rooms, Coatema Coating Machinery

10.35-10.50 Sustainability improvement with flat cables. Antti Backman, CDO & Co-Founder, New Cable Corporation


Session 5B: Enabling functional foils for structural integration (L10)

Session chair: Ilkka Varjos, Canatu

9.20-9.35 SmartMesh – a flexible and cost-effective alternative to ITO. Christoph Hunger, Project leader R&D, Papierfabrik Louisenthal

9.35-9.50 Enabling autonomous driving in any weather with Canatu CNT ADAS heater solutions. Tero Tolonen, Chief Product Officer, Canatu

9.50-10.05 Reconciling functional materials and imprinting process for wafer-level optics and photonics. Juha Pietarinen, Vice President, Inkron

10.05-10.20 Integration of R2R manufactured light guides for displays. Samuli Siitonen, CTO, Nanocomp

10.20-10.35 A Flexible Path to Excellence: Lessons in Manufacturing Innovation from Making Liquid Crystal Displays via Roll-To-Roll Production. Donald J. Davis, Kent Displays

10.35-10.50 Perovskite PV for IoT – displacing the environmental impact of single-use batteries. German Soto, Sauletech


LUNCH - Demos, Company Booths & Networking

All company booths and demonstrations to be seen


Visits to labs: Oulun University or Oulu University of Applied Sciences

Quided tours start from the PRINSE’22 info desk at 11.15 (registration required).

Printed Electronics and Photonics – University of Oulu

Printed electronics and photonics research infrastructure including the inert atmosphere material processing line, inks for functional devices, material characterization and R2R online quality assurance line.

PrinLab – Oulu University of Applied Sciences

PrinLab offers low threshold access to Printed Intelligence (PI) research and development, as well as education environment. During the tour, you will be showcased screen printing, dispensing and ink-jet, as well as the small scale R2R machine whichincludes flexo-, gravure, rotary screen, and hot embossing capabilities.


Session 6: Industrial Capacity growth (Saalastinsali)

13.00-13.10 Printocent roadmap and identified gaps for capacity growth. Kari Rönkä, Chairman of PrintoCent & Vice President, VTT

13.10-13.20 Bioconvergence – Combining Biology and Engineering. Teemu Halonen, R&D Program Manager, Ginolis.

13.20-13.30 Exponential demand growth for flexible devices. Timo Peltoniemi, CEO Elcoflex

13.30-13.40 Near future capacity needs for medical electrode manufacturing. Mikko Paakkolanvaara, CTO, Screentec

13.40-13.50 Vision: Contract manufacturing of functional films. Jaakko Raukola, CEO, Iscent

13.50-14.00 Towards automation in biomedical manufacturing and quality control. Hoang Tuan Nguyenin, CTO, Finnadvance

14.00-14.10 Prototyping and production process needs for functional coatings. Ari Kärkkäinen, CEO, Optitune

14.10-14.20 Needs in 3D structural electronics. Antti Keränen, CTO & CO-Founder, TactoTek

14.20-14.30 Closing words. Kari Rönkä, Chairman of PrintoCent & Vice President, VTT


Session 7: Vision keynotes and closing (Saalastinsali)

Session chair: Arto Maaninen, University of Oulu

15.00-15.20 Material Innovation and the Future of Design. Michael Schneider, Director of Media Architecture, Gensler.

15.20-15.40 Pioneering new business in circular economy: possibilities and challenges in new sustainable textile industry. Jetta Liukkonen, Founder and CEO, Oikiat Design.

15.40-16.00Sustainability in the lithium-ion battery value chain. Ulla Lassi, Professor, University of Oulu.

16.00-16.20 Industrial requirements relating to wearable products. Jyrki Schroderus, Director, Polar Research Center

16.20-16.30 Closing words, Thomas Kolbusch, Vice President, Coatema Coating Machinery & Eero Heikkinen, Nokia


Pilot Factory visits at VTT

NOTE! Personal ID/passport needed in VTT’s visit!

Bus leaves from University of Oulu to VTT, Kaitoväylä 1 at 16.30. Naturally, walking is also an option as we’re located very close by.  After the pilot factory visit the bus takes you back to Scandic Oulu City hotel.

Pilot Factory Tour att VTT presents the Roll-to-Roll environment: R2R printing & hybrid assembly, R2R Converting and R2R Testing. VTT has received 4 awards from IdTechEx based on its manufacturing facilities.


SAUNA and JACUZZI by the sea at Nallikari Beach

Sauna and jacuzzi by the sea at Nallikari beach, Restaurant Nallikari, Nallikarinranta 15, Oulu. Possibility to swim and enjoy the midnight light.

Bus transportation is organized. Bus leaves at 19:15 from Scandic Oulu City hotel to ravintola Nallikari, and comes back 22:30 from ravintola Nallikari to Scandic Oulu City hotel.


Company visits

MORNING TOURS at 8.30-11.30

TOUR 1: TactoTekElcoflex
TOUR 2: FinnadvanceScreentec
TOUR 3:  Verkotan, Optitune

Lunch at VTT

AFTERNOON TOURS at 12.30-15.15

TOUR 4: ElcoflexTactoTek
TOUR 5: ScreentecFinnadvance
TOUR 6: OptituneVerkotan

Social Events and Company Tours

Tuesday 7.6.2022 at 20.00-23.00: Get-together at Pub Rooster, Torikatu 26, Oulu (nearby Scandic hotel) This event is free of charge, food served.

Wednesday 8.6.2022 at 19.00-20.30:  The City of Oulu will offer cocktail dinner as an official City Reception.

Thursday 9.6.2022 at 19.30 – 22:30: Sauna and jacuzzi by the sea, Restaurant Nallikari, Nallikarinranta 15, Oulu. Participation fee is EUR 50 + VAT 24 %, inc. sauna, food and bus transportation.

Friday 10.6.2022 at 8.30-15.00: Company tours

Participation fee is EUR 50 + VAT 24% inc. one tour in the morning (select 1,2,3) and one tour (select 4,5,6) in the afternoon and bus transportation and lunch at VTT.

Max 12 persons/visiting group.

MORNING TOURS at 8.30-11.30

TOUR 1: TactoTekElcoflex (visits to production site are not possible at Elcoflex)
TOUR 2: FinnadvanceScreentec (visits to production site are not possible at Screentec)
TOUR 3:  Verkotan, Optitune

AFTERNOON TOURS at 12.30-15.15

TOUR 4: Elcoflex (visits to production site are not possible at Elcoflex), TactoTek
TOUR 5: Screentec (visits to production site are not possible at Screentec), Finnadvance
TOUR 6: OptituneVerkotan



Mr. Juha Artama, Off Road Key Account and New Technologies Manager at NSG Pilkington and with MSc in Mechanical engineering. +30 years in glass industry in various positions from Engineering of equipments, Manufacturing, Process development, Sales and Product development. Sales and Marketing being the latest area of interest, which actuated new technologies research process for Off-highway products since 2005.

He’ll be covering the topic of “Building new functionalities in glass“. And this presentation addresses their current aspirations in providing improved energy management of the vehicle cabin. He will present few ideas to improve comfort and explain their current developments in this field. Emphasis being on Low Emissivity coatings and reflective foils within the laminated glass. He will be addressing also mechanism to manage light transmission (electrochromic) on laminated glasses. Illumination within the cabin, with glass mounted LED’s, and opportunities this technology may offer in coming years. Communication to and from the vehicles in one area we are developing at the moment. Main driver for this lies within autonomous vehicle requirements. Presentation’s aim is to provide ideas and get feedback from interested parties to integrate functions on glass products.


Mr. Mirko Brummer, The Head of Assay Development & IPR in Aidian Oy, will share the topic: `Future trends in rapid diagnostics`, as diagnostic measurements will be performed ever closer to the patient and even in their homes. How do we make sure that the right parameters are measured in a safe and consistent way? Who will interpret the results? And how can we ensure that testing remains affordable?

Mr. Brummer majored as a microbiologist from the University of Helsinki in 1997. He has worked in the R&D of Aidian Oy (former Orion Diagnostica Oy) for over 20 years. Mirko has focused on early stage developments and technology projects, one of them being the introduction of the isothermal nucleic acid amplification technology SIBA into the company. His team is constantly involved in new technology evaluations and developments with a special focus on human Point-Of-Care (POC) testing. Mirko has also gained substantial expertise relating to patents and other immaterial rights and oversees the patent portfolio of Aidian as it’s Patent Counsel.


Dr. Antti Keränen, CTO & CO-Founder, is the technology mastermind behind TactoTek structural electronics. His main responsibilities are developing and maintaining the IP portfolio, directing R&D innovation activities, and communicating the company technology vision and practical applications to the community. Antti has been a major contributor to the technology of in-mold electronics since 2005, when he joined the VTT printed electronics team. He is an Adjunct Professor of theoretical physics at the University of Oulu where he earned his PhD in 2002. Subsequently, he worked as a nuclear scientist at INFN, Italy, and as a Software Specialist for e.g. Nokia. At PRINSE’22 Antti Keränen, also referred as father of IMSE, will cover the topic: `Structural Electronics: The Past, Vision and Frontiers`.


Prof. Ulla Lassi, Professor in Applied Chemistry and Process Chemistry, University of Oulu, Faculty of Technology. Currently also the Head of Research Unit of Sustainable Chemistry (51 employers), at the university of Oulu. Her research areas involve inorganic material chemistry in industrial applications, esp. heterogeneous catalysis in biomass conversion and wastewater treatment as well as lithium-ion battery chemicals. She has over 140 peerly-reviewed scientific publications. As a professor, she has supervised 20 PhD theses and more than 100 M.Sc theses. She has been principal investigator of 30 research projects. Professor Lassi is also an active member in several scientific and educational societies and committees. She has several positions of trust. At PRINSE22, Professor Lassi will talk about “Sustainability in the lithium-ion battery value chain”. 



Ms. Jetta Liukkonen, Oikiat Design, Founder, CEO, will present a Vision Keynote about: “Pioneering new business in Circular Economy: Possibilities and Challenges in new sustainable textile industry ”, she’ll tackle topics like ” How to innovate, make business and balance with growing interests and stricter regulations? How to manage things like EU strategy for Sustainable Textiles and European Green Deal Programme.”

Ms Jetta Liukkonen, M.Ed. has been working two decades in creative industries project development, creative leadership and culture in University of Oulu, City of Oulu and Finnish Cultural Foundation. 

For the past years she has been working as a founder and CEO of Oikiat Design. This Startup Company has been listed as one of the Circular Economy Pioneers by the Finnish Innovation fund Sitra, gotten honorary awards from Kasvu Open startup competition, Kuudestaan Leader group and Vipunen innovator’s Collective with their sustainable, rub-on textile repair Innovation Vaatelaastari®  FabPatch ™. The company has  active product development in a wide scale, such as  testing printed intelligence in carbon handprint wearables. 

Jetta is a member of the Finnish Textile and Fashion Sustainability Influencers group and speaks also actively about creativity, innovativity and the importance of repair.



Mr Michael Schneider, Director of Media Architecture. As part of Gensler’s Digital Experience Design practice, Michael Schneider focuses on creating immersive and connected experiences through a combination of technology, materials, and storytelling. Before joining Gensler, Michael served as a design and technical lead at ESI Design and developed their Lab practice by integrating R&D and mock-ups into projects. With more than 15 years of experience, Michael has created work for institutions including the American Museum of Natural History, Museum of Contemporary Art – Sydney, and numerous children’s museums. He started his career as a resident researcher and adjunct faculty at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University and has taught at Cooper Union, School of Visual Arts, and New York City College of Technology.

He’ll be giving his keynote on “Material Innovation and the Future of Design”. With the continuation of the pandemic and ongoing climate crisis, understanding the rapidly evolving relationship between people and spaces has never been more critical. With the increasing demand for highly dynamic spaces that can meet new needs and expectations, designing for our new reality will require new technological and material innovations to create future spaces that are functional, resilient, and inspiring. This session will explore how the changing needs of the built environment will drive a new wave of design thinking.




Dr. Jyrki Schroderus graduated with Ph.D. (Physics) from the Oulu University in 2004 in high resolution molecular spectroscopy. Between 2001 and 2007, he worked in patent industry with a large variety of technologies. Since 2007, he has been assigned with various duties at Polar Electro, including a position as a Director of Polar Research Center, which primarily is focused on non-invasive biometric measurement technologies including photoplethysmography, and associated sports and fitness applications in Polar Flow Ecosystem. He will present a Vision Keynote about: “Industrial Requirements Relating to Wearable Products




Hotel Scandic City, Oulu  

122 €/single room/night, VAT included
142 €/twin room/night, VAT included

All guests are kindly asked to reserve their rooms themselves via Internet scandichotels.com
or via telephone +358 8 5431 000 or email oulucity@scandichotels.com.

All reservations should be made using the reservation code BPRI070622 before 24.5.2022.
Reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card.


Participant Early Bird    450 €
(before 29.4.2022)

Participant   550 €

PrintoCent member   250 €

(Note: VAT 24% is added to all prices)

Registration fee includes admission to seminar, refreshment breaks, lunches and seminar materials.

Contact: Soile Kemi, soile.kemi@vtt.fi, +358 40 354 8890



Booth 800 €

Booth, PrintoCent member  350 €

(Note: VAT 24 % is added to all prices)

Booth fee includes one person to the seminar, a table and electricity 220V and exhibition assistant service.

(Please ask the availability juho.paavola@vtt.fi, +358 40 747 2336)


Safety is the top priority. PrintoCent is following official guidance regarding organizing live events. If the pandemic situation causes more stringent restrictions, we will postpone the event.

If the conference is cancelled due to official regulations, registration fee will be refunded. If attendee must cancel his/her trip due to regulations of country of departure, personal attendance can be cancelled until 6 May 2022, and registration fee will be refunded except the administration fee of 70 EUR.

Updated information about travelling to European Union in English: https://reopen.europa.eu/en/ & in Finnish https://reopen.europa.eu/  

Updates about Finnish government regulations: https://thl.fi/en/web/infectious-diseases-and-vaccinations/what-s-new/coronavirus-covid-19-latest-updates/travel-and-the-coronavirus-pandemic

Please note, we’re at the moment using widely COVID-19 passports in Finland. It might also be required at this event in 2022. More information on the topic from this LINK on COVID-19 passports

The event venue is Saalastinsali at the University of Oulu:

Pentti Kaiteran katu 1
90570 Oulu


With any questions, please contact


soile.kemi@vtt.fi,   tel. +358 40 354 8890


satu.vainamo@vtt.fi,  tel +358 50 437 0978




Funding from

Printocent | VTT, Kaitoväylä 1, 90571 Oulu, Finland

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