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Printed Conformable Electronics: Democratization And Decentralization Of Future Healthcare
Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany
17:00 - 17:20
Charlotte Kjellander research interests have included studies in material properties of organic and polymeric materials for optical and electronical applications, as well as industrial developments of large area coating technologies and smart IoT materials for industrial applications. Currently at TNO/the Holst Centre, Charlotte leads the wearable electronics R&D group which strongly focuses on applications for the health care application sector. Additionally she has a special interest in conformable material research for integrated printed electronics in sensing and responsive systems. Charlotte received her MSc in Chemical Technologies in 2001 from Lund Institute of Technologies, Lund University, Sweden, including an educational period at EPFL, Switzerland, and her PhD in Materials Sciences in 2006 from Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe), the Netherlands.
Holst Centre/TNO (www.holstcentre.com), set up by the TNO and IMEC, is an independent shared-innovation R&D Centre for Flexible Electronics and Sensor Technologies in the Netherlands. A key feature is its partnership model with industry and academia comprising more than 40 international companies. Holst Centre/TNO has major activities in the areas of TOLAE, (hybrid) printed electronics, flexible OLEDs, photovoltaics and oxide transistor technology. Holst Centre has demonstrated solutions for numerous hybrid and printed electronics products, varying from printed temperature and humidity sensing devices, paper electronics, health-patches, smart garments, and (thermoformed) stretchable products