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Aerosol Jet Printing of Flexible Electronic Circuitry
Dr. C. Daniel Frisbie will join us live to present highlights from over five years of research.
When Is It?
April 2, 2014 at 10:00 AM Central Standard Time (GMT – 6.00)
What Is It About?
This webinar will describe the use of Aerosol Jet printing for additive manufacturing of flexible electronic circuits. Electronically functional inks, the printing process, and the performance of printed devices and circuits will be covered. Additionally, we will discuss the motivations for creating flexible circuits. The talk will highlight data obtained at the University of Minnesota over the past 5 years.
Who Is the Presenter?
Dr. C. Daniel Frisbie is a Distinguished McKnight University Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Minnesota where he has been since 1994. He obtained a PhD in physical chemistry at MIT and was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard. His research focuses on materials for printed electronics, including organic semiconductors and their applications in devices such as transistors and organic solar cells.
Dr. Daniel Frisbie
Research themes include the synthesis of novel organic semiconductors, structure-property relationships in organic electronics, organic device physics, and the application of scanning probe techniques. A recent focus is the use of gel electrolytes as high capacitance gate dielectrics in OTFTs to lower drive voltages. Dr. Frisbie currently leads a multi-investigator effort in Organic Optoelectronics at the University of Minnesota, sponsored by the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) program of the NSF. He is also the lead investigator on a Multi-University Research Initiative (MURI) grant funded by the Office of Naval Research for development of a roll-to-roll printed electronics manufacturing platform. He serves as Director of Graduate Studies for Materials Science and Engineering at Minnesota, and has published over 140 scientific papers.
Why Should I Attend?
The great eras of mankind are defined by materials that shape technology. In the 19th century, it was steel. Later came new alloys that redefined manufacturing. Today’s technology is shaped by plastics and semiconductors. And tomorrow may be defined by solution processable semiconductors that can be printed or coated onto flexible, stretchable substrates. Dr. Frisbie describes a world with infinite technological possibilities: a world where printable electronics and flexible substrates change the way we interact with our devices and with one another.
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