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Printed electronics developments - 4FMT1116

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 7.5
    • Tutorials : 0
    • Laboratory works : 0
    • Projects : 0
    • Internship : 0
    • Written tests : 3.0
    ECTS : 16.0
  • Officials : Didier CHAUSSY


Learning outcomes :

  • To know the problems of printed electronics (materials, evolution of publications, patents, congresses for the oleds, batteries, RFID and photovoltaic cells sectors...)
  • To understand the photoluminescent system for document security
  • To understanding fuel cells, copper-based conductor track printing, photovoltaic cells, and electrodes for Li-ion batteries
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Knowledge of différentes industrial application devoted to 'printed electronic' area.
Inks, printing substrates and printing processes for the elaboration of smart system or componants

Introduction and General information
Photoluminescent system for security of document
Fuel cells application
Conducting printing of tracks based coppers
Photovoltaic cells application
Electrodes for batteries Li-ion


courses : inks, rheology and printing processes


Written exam

Cours : Note de DS


The course exists in the following branches:

Additional Information

Curriculum->Pagora Engineer - Student->Semester 8
Curriculum->Pagora Engineer - Apprentice->Semester 8



Exemple de bibliographie :
[1] Huebler, A., Hahn, U., Beier, W., Lasch, N., Fischer, T., 2002. High Volume Printing Technologies for the Production of Polymer Electronic Structures, dans “2nd Int IEEE Conference on Polymers and Adhesives in Microelectronics and Photonics”, Zalaegerszeg, p 172.
[2] D.Tobajörk,R.österbacka., 2011. Paper Electronics. Adanced materials, 23, 1935-1961.
[3] Jolke Perelaer, Patrick J. Smith, Dario Mager, Daniel Soltman, Steven K. Volkman, Vivek Subramanian, Jan G. Korvink, Ulrich S. Schubert, Printed electronics : the challenges involved in printing devices, interconnects, and contacts based on inorganic materials, 2010, disponible sur le site du journal ‘The Royal society of Chemistry’ :
[4] D.T Britton, Märting, D. Knosen, Z. Sigcau, F.P Nemalili, T.P. Ntsoane, P.Sperr, W. Egger, M.Nippus, thin solid films 2006, 501, 79-83
[5] Technifilm, Films destinés à l’industrie graphique et l’électronique imprimée, [en ligne] Site disponible sur : (consulté le 10/10/2014)
[6] De Gans, B-J., Schubert, US., 2004. Inkjet Printing of Well Defined Polymer Dots and Arrays. Langmuir., 20, 7789-7793.
[7] D. Deneganello, J.A. Cherry, D.T. Claypole, 2011, Impact of metered ink volume on reel-to-reel flexographic printed conductive networks for thin film conductivity, Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating, College of Ingineering, Sweansea university, Singleton Park, United Kingdom.
[8] Vivek Subramanian, Jean M. J. Fréchet, Paul C. Chang, Daniel C. Huang, Joséphine B. Lee, Steven E. Molesa, Amanda R. Murphy, David R. Redinger et Steven K. Volkman, Progress Toward Development of All-Printed RFID Tags : Materials, Processes, and Devices, Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 93, n°7, July 2005, 1330-1338
[9] Geyer, U., Siegel, F., Kreutzer, A., Blaudeck, T., Baumann, R. R., 2009. Printing electrode materials for rechargeable lithium thin-film batteries, dans “LOPE-C 2009: The Future of Organic and Printed Electronics”, édité par , Institute for Print and Media Technology, Chemnitz.
[10] Berend-Jan de Gans, Paul C. Duineveld, Ulrich S. Schubert, Inkjet printing of polymers : State of the art and future developments, No. 3, February 2004, Advanced materials
[11] Arjowiggins, présentation du papier Powercoat® ALIVE [en ligne] Site disponible sur : (consulté le 11/02/2015)
[12] Markus Hösel, Roar R. Søndergaard, Dechan Angmo and Frederik C. Krebs, Comparison of Fast Roll-to-Roll Flexographic, Inkjet, Flatbed, and Rotary Screen Printing of Metal Back Electrodes for Polymer Solar Cells, Advanced engineering materials, vol 15, N°10, 2013.

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Date of update July 24, 2020

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