Tutorials

University of Rome-Tor Vergata, Italy

Perovskite photovoltaic cells for indoor energy harvesting

Wireless sensing networks and the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution require easily integratable low-cost power sources to enable things, surfaces and systems to become “smart”. New generation printed photovoltaic (PV) cells have recently come to the fore for application in powering low-energy electronics since they can be fabricated with low-cost printing techniques as well as delivering power c

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Printed thermoelectric generators for energy harvesting

Thermoelectric generators (TEGs) convert heat to electricity without any movable parts. Such devices can play an important role in powering wearables, autonomous sensor nodes, and the Internet-of-Things (IoT). Conjugated polymers and printable inorganic nanomaterials offer the unique advantage of being processable with printing technologies. This opens a pathway for the fabrication of powerful the

The University of Texas at El Paso, USA

Additive Manufacturing of Geometrically-Complex Electronics and Electromagnetics

3D printing has been historically relegated to fabricating conceptual models and prototypes; however, increasingly, research is now focusing on fabricating functional end-use products. As patents for 3D printing expire, new low-cost desktop systems are being adopted more widely and this trend is leading to a diversity of new products, processes and available materials. However, currently the techn

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aarhus University, Denmark

The Road of Printed Electronics: Technology, Potential and Applications

Printed electronics, a category of 3D printing technique, is rapidly gaining attention due to its potential for creating next-generation devices. Printed electronics is indeed emerging as a transformative technology capable of impacting areas from consumer electronics, wearables, healthcare to automobiles. This tutorial will provide an overview of the printed electronics landscape by discussing th

University of Glasgow, UK

High-Performance Flexible and Printed Electronics

Printing technologies are revolutionizing the growing field of flexible sensors and electronics by providing cost-effective routes for processing diverse electronic materials at temperatures that are compatible with diverse substrates including plastic. Printed and flexible devices/circuits are advantageous due to their ability to conform over different shapes and curvy surfaces which is needed fo

University of Southampton, UK

Large area manufacturing of flexible nanoelectronics

Flexible electronics technology has made significant strides in the last decade. The potential for electronics that can be lightweight, flexible, bendable, practically conformable to any surface, is huge and has opened many new opportunities in growing sectors, such as wearables, biomedical applications and the Internet of Things. From a manufacturing standpoint, flexible electronics are known to

Tutorial Schedule
9:00-10:15
Dimitra Georgiadou
10:15-10:30
Break
10:30-11:45
Uli Lemmer
11:45-12:00
Break
12:00-13:15
Thomas Brown
13:15-14:00
Lunch
14:00-15:15
Eric MacDonald
15:15-15:30
Break
15:30-16:45
Shweta Agarwala
16:45-17:00
Break
17:00-18:15
Abhishek S. Dahiya

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