Applications, Needs, and Requirements for Printed Electronics in Aerospace (Printed Electronics & Photovoltaics USA 2010)

Mr Jeff Duce, Design Engineer
United States
Dec 01, 2010.


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Presentation Summary

  • Boeing currently uses printed electronics on one of its platforms
  • There are many other applications in aerospace for printed electronics
  • What are these needs? How can printed electronics be used in aerospace?
  • What are the requirements for printed electronics

Speaker Biography (Jeff L Duce)

Jeff Duce graduated from Utah State University in 2006 with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. Jeff has been working with Boeing since 2006 in the Boeing Research and Technology (BR&T) Structural Technologies group. While at Boeing, Jeff and his colleagues have been researching printed electronics technologies and how they can be applied in the aerospace industry. Jeff was the lead BR&T engineer on a program which uses a form of printed electronics as part of a system which is currently flying on a Boeing platform. Jeff has been working on developing several systems utilizing printed electronics and currently has 2 patents pending for these systems.

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