Elastomer Stamp Microassembly Of Diverse Hybrid Devices
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom H
16:40 - 17:00
The mass-transfer of wafer-fabricated devices at miniaturized scales requires peculiar technologies that can handle high-speed transfers while maintaining elevated positioning precision. The use of patterned elastomer stamps effortlessly delivers the required transfer metrics to achieve the heterogeneous integration of a wide range of devices onto a large variety of receiving substrates.
António José Trindade is a Research Scientist at X-Celeprint. He received his Masters in Physics Engineering in the University of Aveiro (Portugal) in 2011 where he worked extensively on Organic Light Emitting Devices (OLEDs) and Organic Photovoltaics (OPVs). His PhD. was awarded by the University of Strathclyde (Scotland) in 2015 where he made substantial work on micro-LEDs and transfer-print technologies. He has worked extensively on different device architectures and taken multiple devices from concept to fabrication/integration onto rigid/flexible substrates.
His main interests include heterogeneous integration, micro-transfer-printing, device prototyping, light-emitting semiconductors and micro-displays.
X-Celeprint delivers the most cost-effective and scalable manufacturing technology for integrating microscale devices such as lasers, LEDs or integrated circuits onto non-native substrates. A wholly owned subsidiary of XTRION N.V., Headquartered in Cork, Ireland, with facilities within the Tyndall National Institute, X-Celeprint works globally with multiple corporations to adapt its micro-transfer printing technology for their specific applications.