Inkjet-Printed Graphene for Energy Storage and Sensing (Printed Electronics USA 2012)


Prof Woo Young Lee, George Meade Bond Professor
Stevens Institute of Technology
United States
 
Dec 06, 2012.

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Presentation Summary

• Inkjet Printing for Additive Manufacturing of Graphene Electrodes
• 3-D Graphene Assembly during Inkjet Printing for Ideal Supercapacitor Performance
• Tailorable Optoelectrical Properties for Sensor Applications

Speaker Biography (Woo Young Lee)

Woo Lee is George Meade Bond Chair Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. His research focus is currently on creating nanomaterial assemblies and in vitro tissues as enabling building blocks for transformative energy and biomedical devices. He is Fellow of the American Ceramic Society. In this presentation, Prof. Lee will report novel optoelectrical and electrochemical properties of inkjet-printed graphene for flexible energy storage and sensing device applications.

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