Next Generation Printed Electronics – Invited talk

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Boston, MA USA. Date of Talk: 11/28/2016

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Janos Veres
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Next Generation Printed Electronics – Invited talk

Printing electronics has been viewed by many as an exciting proposition to mass produce large area electronic devices such as displays or imaging arrays. This original promise has only partly materialized, however, today we see an even more exciting opportunity to turn printing into a manufacturing technique for complex systems comprising sensors, communication, power and other components, including not only functional materials but also microchips. This talk will describe our journey to uncover these opportunities from printed transistors to hybrid integrated systems for smart labels and wearables. Printing will be presented as a technology that is poised to revolutionize electronics manufacturing enabling new form factors, complex shapes and tighter integration of functionality with everyday objects. Special attention will be given to new results on microassembly of chiplets for heterogeneous integration of logic, MEMS, sensor and analog components. These approaches will ultimately lead to new levels of integration and enable on-demand electronics devices for customized IOT applications.

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