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Inkjet Printing of Functional Materials: from nanoparticles to microelectronic devices

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Abstract: Inkjet printing is an interesting technique for the production of microelectronic structures. The main advantage of printing lies in its flexibility, low cost, ease of processing and its potential for mass production. This talk will discuss the importance of inkjet printing in scientific research. Fundamentals of the inkjet printing process as well as selected applications of inkjet printing will be handled, including printed electronics.

This talk is part of the Department of Engineering, Production Processes Group Seminars, Institute for Manufacturing series.

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