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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advances in Functional Materials for Printed, Flexible and Wearable Electronics
Presentation Title Single-crystalline-like Semiconductor Films on Flexible Substrates: A Route towards Roll-to-roll Manufacturing of High-performance Electronic Devices
Author(s) Pavel Dutta, M. Rathi, D. Khatiwada, Yan Yao, Y. Gao, S. Sun, Y. Li, S. Pouladi, J. Ryou, Eduard Galstyan, Venkat Selvamanickam
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Pavel Dutta
Abstract Scope Flexible electronic devices, fabricated on bendable and light-weight substrates, have gained significant attention in recent years. While devices made with low-temperature processed materials such as polymers/plastics have found application in flexible electronics, high-temperature processed inorganic semiconductors with substantially higher opto-electronic properties are yet to make their mark in this marketspace. Here, we provide an overview of the progress made in the development of epitaxial single-crystalline-like semiconductors (silicon, germanium, III-Vs) on low-cost flexible substrates (metal foils, glass, ceramics) by roll-to-roll (R2R) chemical vapor deposition processes conducted at elevated temperatures. The single-crystalline-like films exhibit high carrier-mobility and optical properties, nearly comparable to wafer counterparts. Flexible IIIV single-junction solar cells, Si and Ge thin film transistors and III-V field effect transistors will be discussed. The ability to grow high-quality single-crystalline-like materials by R2R processing on alternate flexible substrates may open new opportunities in scalable manufacturing of low-cost, high-performance and large-area flexible electronic devices.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

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3-D Printed Polymer-based Gas Sensors
3D Electronics and Sensor Circuits by Combining Conventional PCB Technology with Low Temperature Embedding and Forming
3D Printed Anodes for Al-air Batteries
3D Printing of Metals and Metal Oxides from Solution for Energy and Biomedical Applications
3D Printing of Soft Ionic Actuators/Sensors for Soft Robotic Applications
Additive Manufacturing with Aerosol Jet: From Prototyping to Production
Challenges in Gravure and Direct-write Printing of Nano-colloidal Inks
Delaminated Inkjet Printed Lines with Improved Electro-mechanical Behavior
High Performance Sensors and Antennas by 2D and 3D Printing of Nanoparticles
Highly Stretchable Metallic Interconnects on Polymer Substrates: Architecture and Mechanisms
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Materials Integration for Flexible Electronics: Cu-interconnects, Supercapacitors
Microheater Array Powder Sintering: A New Process for Printed Electronics
Nondestructive Examination Study in P(VDF-TrFE) Filter System and PM2.5 Spatial Resolution Technology by Using Synchrotron Transmission X-ray Microscopy
Printable Functional Materials for Smart Fabrics
Recent Advancement on Printed, Stretchable, and Wearable Electronics in 2D Materials
Room-temperature Aerosol Deposition of PLZT Films on Polymer Substrates
Single-crystalline-like Semiconductor Films on Flexible Substrates: A Route towards Roll-to-roll Manufacturing of High-performance Electronic Devices
Stretchable Wirings Prepared with PU and Silver Flakes
Structural-resolved Study Of Piezoelectric Properties Of P(VDF-TrFE) Films
Textile-enabled Wearable Energy Storage Devices (invited)
Transparent Field Effect Biosensors Printed on Highly Curved Surfaces
Ultrafast Pulsed Light Sintering of Thermoelectric Nanoparticles

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