Tse Nga (Tina) Ng
Tse Nga Ng's research involves plastic electronics patterned by inkjet printing instead of traditional photolithography. Since contributing to the successful demonstration of bendable image sensors for x-ray medical imaging, Tina's work has expanded to other sensor electronics applications. She worked on complementary circuits and non-volatile memory for a printed sensor tape that diagnoses mild traumatic brain injury (part of a DARPA contract), and is currently working on the development of printed logic (joint project between PARC and ThinFilm Electronics) -- awarded the 2012 FLEXI Innovation Award.
Tina's professional organization activities include the National Science Foundation review panel, the National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, and the Materials Research Society bi-annual meetings. Dr. Ng received her Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Cornell University, where she focused on: (1) examining charge injection processes in organic semiconductors by electric force microscopy; and (2) thermomagnetic fluctuations and hysteresis loops of sub-micron magnets for magnetic resonance force microscopy.
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Printed electronics needs new design rules
18 November 2009 | Printed Electronics World
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Printed Temperature Recording Tag Based on Organic Complementary Circuits and Ferroelectric Nonvolatile Memories
10 February 2014 | San Francisco, CA
2014FLEX - Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference & Exhibition
5 February 2014 - 6 February 2014 | Phoenix, AZ