Stretchable Electrically-conductive Pastes for Wearable Device Packaging (Wearable Technology Europe 2015)

Dr Masahiro Inoue, Lecturer
Gunma University
Japan
 
Apr 29, 2015.

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Presentation Summary

Material technologies of electrically-conductive pastes are important to establish the additive printing processes for wearable device packaging. Material design of stretchable electrically-conductive pastes for the screen printing process will be discussed. In addition, application of the pastes to an e-textile probe system for measuring biological signals is introduced.

Speaker Biography (Masahiro Inoue)

Masahiro Inoue is a lecturer (tenure-track researcher) of ASRLD unit, Gunma University, Japan.
He received a PhD degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Osaka University, Japan.
His current research focuses on characterization and application of novel polymer based composites with micro- and nano-fillers loading.

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