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Published on Mar 15, 2012
Speaker/Performer: Vivek Subramanian, Professor, UC Berkeley Sponsor: CITRIS (Ctr for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society), UC Berkeley (Headquarters), i4Energy seminar
Abstract: In recent years, there has been significant interest in the applications of printed electronics for the realization of flexible displays, fully-printed RFID tags and embedded sensors. Printing of active circuitry is expected to enable a dramatic reduction in the overall cost of these systems, allowing for integration of electronic barcodes and product quality detection systems into consumer goods, as well as ushering in an era of low cost flexible displays and content delivery appliances. Printing techniques that have been considered range from high-speed commercial gravure printing through ultra-scaled inkjet printing. While many of the printing techniques under consideration have evolved from techniques already widely deployed in graphic arts applications, the requirements for printed electronics are in many ways dramatically different from those that exist for conventional graphic arts.
In this talk, I will review the tremendous progress that has occurred in printed electronics over the last decade, and will discuss the challenges that remain. I will discuss the challenges associated with utilizing printing to realize printed semiconductor-based circuits. Additionally, I will overview the state of the art in printed electronic materials. I will review our work on developing materials, processes, devices, and circuit architectures for all-printed electronic systems including RFID tags, displays, and sensing systems.