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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advancement on Stretchable and Wearable Electronics
Presentation Title RF Devices based on 2D Materials for Flexible and Wearable Electronics
Author(s) Matthew l. Chin, Alex Mazzoni, Pankaj Shah, Robert Burke, Madan Dubey, Barbara Nichols
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Madan Dubey
Abstract Scope With the push for low-power electronics that can be integrated into flexible and conformal environments, alternatives to traditional, rigid silicon electronics are being explored. Two-dimensional materials have shown great promise and have been demonstrated as a possible candidate for use in low-power, flexible, and transparent electronic circuits. We present a process and proof-of-concepts for RF devices using large-area, chemical vapor deposition (CVD)-grown MoS2 on a flexible polyimide substrate. CVD-grown MoS2 in combination with spin-on polyimide processes has provided a possible route for fabricating 2D-based flexible RF circuits outside of just the laboratory environment. DC and RF electrical measurements were made on transistor structures fabricated with this process. The performance of these devices are reported in the presentation.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: TMS Journal: Journal of Electronic Materials

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B-1: Printing of Graphene-coated Copper Nano-ink on Flexible Substrate Using Light Sintering Method
DFT Approach to Electronic and Optical Properties of Foldable and Stretchable Graphene
Flexible Copper Clad Laminate prepared by Roll-to-Roll Additive Manufacturing
Inkjet Printed Metal Oxide Thin Film Transistors
Laser Writing and Photonic Reduction of High Performance Supercapacitors on Flexible Substrates
Materials Integration for Flexible Electronics: Cu-interconnects, Supercapacitors
Mechanical Stability of Printed Metallizations on Polymer Substrates
New Paradigms for Enabling Printing of Flexible Optoelectronics through Engineered Metal-organic Inks and Direct Writing
Post Processing and In Situ Processing for Low Thermal Budget Integration of Electronic Materials on Flexible Substrates
RF Devices based on 2D Materials for Flexible and Wearable Electronics
Self-sensing Ionic Polymer-metal Composite Soft Robotic Actuator Integrated with Gallium-indium Alloy
Silver Nanowire Networks for Flexible Electromagnetic Interface Shields
Ultrasonic Spray Printing for High-performance Flexible Organic Field-effect Transistors and Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells
Wearable Energy Storage Devices from Cotton T-shirts
Wireless Gas Sensing with NFC-enabled Mobile Device

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