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Wearable Organic Sensors by Aerosol Jet Printing

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Venue: Room 4-15, CEB (for the zoom link, please mail here:

In this talk some printed devices are shown for applications in wearable organic electronics, both as electrodes and transistors architecture as well. Aerosol jet printing allows a high flexibility for printing over polymeric, flexible, and biocompatible substrates, and a complete fabrication process is possible without using other complementary techniques. As part of the research, a protein-based material, completely natural and disposable, used as substrate for bioelectronic devices is investigated. Examples of self-adhesive skin-patches with electrodes for human biopotentials acquisitions and biochemical sensors of molecules associated to inflammation health state will be presented.

This talk is part of the Journal Club, CEB, Cambridge series.

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