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Flexible sensors based on solution processed materials (Invited talk)
Conferences & Talks

2011 Flexible Electronics and Displays Conference

9 February 2011
8:00 am - 9:40 am
Phoenix, Arizona



PARC is developing disposable flexible sensor tapes based on solution processed materials and printing technologies. These sensor tapes have integrated sensors, signal conditioning electronics, non-volatile memory and a thin film battery. The electronic circuits are based on jet-printed organic electronics with the emphasis on low-voltage electronics. During the design phase, we focus on matching cost and performance of components with systems needs and price requirements. In this talk, I will focus on challenges such as: materials performance, components integration, TFT voltage operation and power requirement, and printing as a manufacturing technology.

Also, please visit PARC's Booth (#402) at 2011 Flexible Electronics and Displays Conference, February 8-10 at the Arizona Grand Resort.


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