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개최일시 : 2017년 08월 22일 화요일 11:00 ~ 12:00
세미나 제목 : 3D Printed Wearable Internet-of-Things
발표초록 : Advanced printing techniques with integrated processes for printed electronics have been investigated in Simon Fraser University. Specially, thin film devices including organic field effect transistors, flexible printed sensors have been demonstrated as two dimensionally (2D) printed sensors. Three-dimensional (3D) integration is natural progression of recent 2D printing research for the future. 3D printing directly produces devices embedded within 3D structural materials or a high aspect ratio devices. Specific research challenges in multi-material related 3D printing might lead to a step change in technology. In this talk, I will discuss about 3D printing’s technical challenges such as multi- materials deposition that have hindered broader adoption of the hightech manufacturing process. This talk will also suggest a future platform for a 3d printer system that combines different deposition methods including Fused Filament Fabrication, Liquid Paste Extrusion, and Aerosol Spray. By successful demonstration of the synergistic combination of 2D and 3D printed electronics, 3D multi-material printing will become achievable for manufacturing technology which offers a new paradigm in the 3D integration of sensors or complex electronics within a single building process, promoting simple and low-cost electronics.
강연자 성함&직함 / 소속 : 김우수, Associate Professor / School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering, Simon Fraser University