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case studies

Meeting a high-value, custom application need through low-cost, novel electronics

PARC scientists delivered the key components for a tape-like blast dosimeter with integrated memory, control electronics, and multiple sensors – which could be fabricated through printing techniques or be compatible with roll-to-roll processing (key for enabling the novel form factors and low cost), and be customized to specific application needs.

Enabling value-added offerings for new market

While BASF has significant chemistry expertise, it needed to integrate electronics into its materials to capture value-added opportunities with customers in the display market.

technical publications

Atomic layer dielectric deposition for flexible transistors

2012 Flexible Electronics & Displays Conference

9 February 2012

Materials, processing, and testing of flexible image sensor arrays

IEEE Design & Test of Computers special issue on flexible electronics

December 2011

Solution-processed memristive junctions in a threshold indicator

IEEE Transactions on Electronic Devices

October 2011

Printed electronics at Palo Alto Research Center

Guest lecture for a fabrication class at Stanford

17 February 2011

Determination of recombination mechanisms in organic solar cells

IEEE 35th Photovoltaic Specialists Conference

21 June 2010

Flexible and printed electronics for displays and image sensors

The Future Prospects and Obstacles of Organic Electronics

25 February 2008

 

 

recent resources

Filament Extension Atomizer

PARC has developed the Filament Extension Atomizer (FEA) to address problems arising from difficult to spray materials. This technology is capable of spraying materials previously either difficult or impossible to spray for a wide range of applications including spray coating, particle creation, spray drying, drug delivery, or powder coatings.

Metamaterial Devices & Applications

Metamaterials (i.e., engineered electromagnetic structures), are poised to disrupt industries, create entirely new markets, and change society. The ability to design and fabricate materials with new functionalities opens the door to a new world of possibilities ¾it is now possible to realize Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak and optical black holes, which we once thought was impossible. Beyond the realms of science fiction, metamaterials can be tailored to either augment the functionality of existing devices or create new devices with superior performances.

Additive Manufacturing: Re-thinking Battery Design