- Future of Flexible and Printed Electronics
■ Date: 2017. 04. 26(Wed) , 17:00 ~ 18:15
■ Place: Science BuildingⅠ, Room.202 Multimedia Room
■ Speaker: Prof. Jin Yong wan (Samsung Electronics)
■ Host of a Seminar: Prof. Seung Soo Oh
※ Speaker Language: KOREAN
Microelectronics has brought about an unprecedented economic growth during the past fifty years. It revolutionized industries as manufacturing efficiency increased; and new industries, such as information services, have been built on it. A similar opportunity of innovation could be prompted as soft electronics overcome obstacles and becomes an important technology.
The value of soft electronics technology is that it offers advantages that conventional silicon based technology does not. Devices can be manufactured on a thin glass or plastic sheet, metal foil and even clothing. Technological advances will enable new functionalities and novel designs for many applications. Flexible/Wearable devices can be installed in the form of thin wall display, lighting and healthcare. Unbreakable and flexible devices can work as rollable mobile or rollable large screen TVs. Furthermore, by combining the conventional silicon CMOS with organic materials along with the transfer technology, and flexible electronic system could be realized.
In this talk, transfer and printed technology will be introduced with an emphasis on the possible hybridization with the conventional silicon technology.
Department of Materials Science and Engineering