Thursday, April 29, 2021

Frontiers in Materials Manufacturing: Materials for Printed Hybrid Electronics

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory scientists are hosting a webinar on May 19 that will explore the challenges and opportunities for materials in printable hybrid electronics.

These devices will transform how we view and use electronics in our daily life. Wearable health devices, sensors, and antennas will be cheaper, more versatile, and draw less power. But challenges remain, especially when creating and designing the right materials.

Angel Yanguas-Gil, Principal Materials Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory will talk about how the combination of novel materials (with and without ALD) and brain-inspired computing can enable smart sensors and edge computing based on printed electronics.

During this webinar, scientists and experts from IDTechEx, NextFlex and other organizations will describe the state-of-the-art for materials in this area. Experts will also explain the scientific advances that will lead to the next generation of printed electronics.

Hear from experts including:
  • Matthew Dyson, Technology Analyst, IDTechEx
  • Eric Forsythe, Program Manager, NextFlex Manufacturing Institute, Army Research Laboratory
  • Stijn Gillissen, Global Head Printed Electronics, Henkel
  • Mark Hersam, Walter P. Murphy Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University
  • Melbs LeMieux, Co-Founder and President, Electroninks
  • Matthew Tirrell, Dean of the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering and Robert A. Millikan Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago; Senior Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Sihong Wang, Assistant Professor of Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago
  • Angel Yanguas-Gil, Principal Materials Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory

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