Rapid Prototyping For Functional Printed Electronics Using Inkjet Printing
14:25 - 14:50
In the aftermath of impressive technological progress achieved in recent years, product development involving integrated Printed Electronics components has taken up speed tremendously. This presentation will demonstrate Holst Centre's advances in establishing inkjet printing as a highly valuable tool for rapid prototyping and small volume production of flexible electronic devices.
Speaker Biography (Pit Teunissen)
Pit Teunissen finished his B.Sc. in 1999 and then joined Eindhoven University of Technology. He worked on functional materials for applications including LCDs, sensors, actuators and LEDs. In 2006 he joined the Polymer Technology Group Eindhoven BV. Research topics included inkjet-printing of functional materials for security features and for sensor applications. Since 2011 he is employed at Holst Centre as a process engineer for inkjet printing. Focus of the research is on printing of functional structures for flexible electronic applications.
Company Profile (Holst Centre / TNO)
Holst Centre/TNO (www.holstcentre.com), set up by the TNO and IMEC, is an independent shared-innovation R&D Centre for Flexible Electronics and Sensor Technologies in the Netherlands. A key feature is its partnership model with industry and academia comprising more than 40 international companies. Holst Centre/TNO has major activities in the areas of TOLAE, (hybrid) printed electronics, flexible OLEDs, photovoltaics and oxide transistor technology. Holst Centre has demonstrated solutions for numerous hybrid and printed electronics products, varying from printed temperature and humidity sensing devices, paper electronics, health-patches, smart garments, and (thermoformed) stretchable products