Additive Manufacturing for Electronics Beyond Moore

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San Francisco, CA USA. Date of Talk: 12/05/2016

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Janos Veres
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Additive Manufacturing for Electronics Beyond Moore

Additive manufacturing and 3D printing is poised to reshape entire manufacturing value chains. To be truly disruptive, additive manufacturing has to move beyond shapes and colors. Novel printing technologies are beginning to emerge that enable conformal electronics and even print with inks containing microchips. This in turn also creates new openings for the progress of electronics itself. Over the last 50 years silicon microelectronics advanced through shrinking device dimensions and packing more and more functionality into tiny volumes. Printing opens up new ways of scaling electronics Beyond Moore. New form factors, complex shapes, conformal devices and distributed systems become possible. Printed, hybrid electronics systems are of significant interest for sensor systems, structural electronics and wearable devices.

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