“光科学与工程”前沿系列学术报告(之121)

题目:Laser Processing towards Flexible Hybrid Electronics
时间:2018年10月11日(星期四)15:00
地点:激光工程研究院报告厅(科学楼B206)
主办单位:激光工程研究院
报告人:Akira Watanabe
PhD, Associate Professor
Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University, Japan

个人简介:

Professor Akira Watanabe received his Ph.D. in Engineering from Tohoku University in 1985. He joined Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium as a Visiting Professor in 1998. He is currently an Associate Professor of Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University. His research interests include the synthesis, optical and electrical properties of π- and σ-conjugated polymers, time-resolved laser spectroscopy, organic and inorganic hybrid nanomaterials. His current research interests focus on the on-demand fabrication of flexible devices by laser direct writing using nanomaterials. He is one of the program committee members of the conference on Laser-based Micro- and Nanoprocessing in SPIE Photonics West.
Abstract

Abstract:In recent several years, the study and development of flexible, wearable, and portable electronics have been growing rapidly. Its goal is to equip the whole human body from head to toe to realize the intimate care for the body condition and convenient interaction with the environment. So the electronic devices should be flexible, smart, and the preparation should be low-cost, scalable, and on-demand. Laser direct writing is a noncontact fast single-step fabrication technique with no need for masks, postprocessing, and complex clean environments, and is promising to be integrated into current electronic industry. In this lecture, I will introduce our preliminary studies on the flexible hybrid electronics, including circuits, energy storage devices, energy harvesting and storage devices, sensors, and even integrated devices based on laser direct writing technique.


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