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Printed electronics: Components - 4FMT1113

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 9.0
    • Tutorials : ?
    • Laboratory works : ?
    • Projects : ?
    • Internship : ?
    • Written tests : ?
    ECTS : 16.0
  • Officials : Anne BLAYO

Goals

To know the properties of materials used in functional inks
? To know the properties required for the substrates used in functional printing
? To know the plausible special treatments (on the substrate or on the printed layer)
? To transfer the knowledge and skills from « conventional » printing to innovative applications

Content

Introduction
functional printing / printed electronics
new requirements for materials

Functional inks, functional materials
conductors, semi-conductors, dielectrics
other functional materials (« X-chromic »)

Substrates for printed electronics

Prerequisites

Printing processes
Printing inks
Rheological properties of printing inks
Physico-chemical properties of printing inks and substrates

Tests

Written exam

note de l'examen écrit

Calendar

The course exists in the following branches:

see the course schedule for 2018-2019

Additional Information

Course ID : 4FMT1113
Course language(s): FR

You can find this course among all other courses.

Bibliography

  • D. Tobjörk and R. Österbacka, « Paper Electronics », Advanced Materials, 2011, 23 pp.1935-1961.
  • R. Bollström, « Paper for printed electronics and functionality », 2013, PhD, Abo Akademi University, Finland.
  • M. Klanjsek Gunde, « Materials science meets graphic communication for a joint venture beyond the conventional », Advances in printing and media technology, 2012, vol.39, pp. 11-16.
  • R. Cauchois, M. Saadaoui et K. Inal, « Impression et recuit de nanoparticules métalliques pour l’électronique imprimée », Techniques de l’Ingénieur, 2014.
  • D. Sette, « Functional printing : from the study of printed layers to the prototyping of flexible devices », 2014, PhD, Université de Grenoble.

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