Printed flexible sensors and circuits for imaging and diagnostics (Printed Electronics USA 2008)

Tina Ng,
Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), United States
Déc 03, 2008.


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Speaker Biography (Tina Ng)

Dr. Tse Nga (Tina) Ng is a research scientist with the Electronic Materials and Device Laboratory at PARC since 2006. Her research involves plastic electronics such as demonstration of bendable image sensors for x-ray medical imaging. This effort has expanded to other sensor applications, and currently she is working on the electronics and the non-volatile memory for a printed sensor tape to be used in diagnostics of mild traumatic brain injury. Tse Nga has co-authored 10 patents and received her PhD degree from Cornell University, NY, USA, working with Professor John Marohn on the development of force measurement techniques, such as cantilever magnetometry and electric force microscopy, in order to study phenomena in organic semiconductors.