Printed Electronics (PE) is an application of existing printing process such as Inkjet printing that normally used in printing and packaging industry to fabricate electronic circuits and devices. Conducting plastics and/or organic molecules can be used in circuits as a substrate for electronic devices. This new paradigm thus introduces new process for device fabrication including new products’ properties that lead to several new application territories un-explored by the current silicon technology. World-leading countries in the semiconductor industry including the United States, Japan, Taiwan (PR China) and the European Union are the early serious investors in this emerging industry. Thailand is a highly potential country to be plugged into the printed electronics industry due to its well-defined infrastructure ranging from the upstream (petrochemicals industry) to the middle (printing industry) and to the down stream (manufacturing electrical/electronic industry) of the value networks. Based on our previous foresight study, it was found that many universities have already performed research in this area. In the industrial sector, Thailand’s petrochemical and printing industries are also aware of this emerging mega-trend. They even show strong intention to collaborate at the level of pilot plant production of printed electronics products. Moreover, printed electronics is an interdisciplinary technology that involves material sciences, polymer sciences, nanotechnology, electrical engineering, quantum physics, printing technology, surface engineering etc. Therefore, TOPIC initiates the research and development focused on Printed Electronics (PE) technology and also working with Private Partners, Government Organizations, and Universities for production of electronic in the future. This center will be a platform for research and development of hybrid electronics explored by various printing technology such as inkjet printing.