Technology and Applications for High Performance Stretchable Electronics (Printed Electronics Europe 2012)

Mr Brian Elolampi,
MC10 Incorporated
United States
Apr 04, 2012.


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Presentation Summary

  • High performance inorganic semiconductors are powerful, but restricted to a flat, rigid form factor.
  • Through novel mechanics, conventional materials and processes are used to produce high performance stretchy integrated circuit arrays, enabling electronics to stretch and conform to different form factors and substrates
  • Stretchable silicon electronics have broad potential for cleantech, robotics, imaging, and biomedical applications

Speaker Biography (Brian Elolampi)

Brian Elolampi joined mc10 in July of 2010 as Sr. Process Development Engineer where he focuses on advancing mc10's core platform and manufacturing processes. Prior to joining mc10, Brian worked as a Sr. MEMS Process Development Engineer at Lilliputian Systems helping advance the development of their personal power micro fuel cell system. He began his career at Analog Devices where he focused on the development of their MEMS processes. Brian holds a Bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a Master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Connecticut.

Company Profile (MC10)

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MC10 takes electronics 'out of the box' to create thin, conformal systems that are able to move with the natural world. The company combines breakthrough technology with innovative engineering to develop exciting new consumer, medical, and industrial products. MC10 is headquartered in Cambridge, MA.
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