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Meeting 2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Printed Electronics and Additive Manufacturing: Functional Materials, Processing Techniques, and Emerging Applications
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS: Thin Films and Interfaces Committee
Organizer(s) Tolga Aytug, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Pooran Joshi, Elbit Systems of America
Rahul Panat, Carnegie Mellon University
Yong Lin Kong, University of Utah
Konstantinos Sierros, West Virginia University
Changyong Cao, Case Western Reserve University
Dave Estrada, Boise State University
Ravindra Nuggehalli, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Scope Additive manufacturing and direct-write printed electronics technologies employing metal, dielectric, polymer, and ceramic materials have the potential to enable new products and markets. The proposed symposium will focus on the emerging additive manufacturing concepts and techniques for the processing of 2D/3D structures. Technical sessions will focus on processing and characterization of active and passive functional components integrated on engineered geometries. Topics related to functional materials, low-temperature processing, large area manufacturing, and electronic applications are within the scope of this symposium. Invited and contributed papers will discuss both the fundamental aspects underlying certain applications and the particular challenges regarding technology, fabrication processes, and reliability.

Research fields of interests are related but not necessarily limited to the following topics:
- Direct-write printing and additive manufacturing of functional 2D/3D structures and geometries: Materials, Processes, and Characterization
- Nanomaterials, inks, and substrates for direct-write printing and additive manufacturing
- Nanostructured materials for solid-state and electrochemical energy storage devices (batteries and supercapacitors)
- Low thermal budget processing and characterization of functional inks and 2D/3D materials
- Hybrid electronics: Merging printed electronics and additive manufacturing (Materials and Process integration to realize active/passive sensors, detectors, TFTs, antennas, PVs, batteries, Supercapacitors)

Abstracts Due 07/17/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned:

3-D Printed Temperature Sensors
3D-printed Sensors Optimized for Remote Monitoring of Declared Hazardous and Nuclear Containers
3D Printable Silicone Elastomeric Pneumatic Actuators with Embedded Sensors
3D Printing of Customized Embedded Sensors for Soft Robotic Applications
3D Printing of Energy Storage Devices Based on MXenes
Additive Manufacturing for Passive In-pile Sensors
Additively Manufactured Sodium-ion Battery Electrodes via Digital Light Processing
Aerosol-Jet Printed Sensors for Environmental, Safety, and Health Monitoring
All-carbon Nanomaterial Inks for Print-In-Place, Recyclable, and Water-based Electronics
All-printed and Broadband Piezoelectric Force Sensors for Structural Health Monitoring
Analysis of Coaxial Direct Ink Writing for Embedded Sensors in Soft Robotic Applications
Ball Milling Assisted Liquid Exfoliation and Aerosol Jet Printing of Ternary Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
Closing the Loop on Aerosol Jet Printing: Optical Process Monitoring to Support Reliable Fabrication of Electronics
Conductive Polyhydroxybutyrate/Reduced Graphene Oxide Biocomposite Temperature Sensor
Creating Stretchable Solid-State Lithium Battery Arrays Using Direct Ink Writing
Detection of Corrosion Using an Additively Printed Microsensor for Bluetooth Use
Development of a Metamaterial Honeycomb Structure for Radar Absorbing Materials
Direct 4D Printing of Stretchable Supercapacitors Using Hybrid Composite Materials
Direct Ink Writing of 3D Printed Graphene Based Electrodes Material for Supercapacitors
Evaluating the Electrical Properties of Thermally Decomposed Binders via Terahertz Time-Domain Spectroscopy for Direct Ink Writing of Flexible Electronics
Functional Sensing Material Enabled Fiber Optic Sensors for Electric Grid Assets
In-situ Sensors Enabling and Enabled by Additive Electronics
Laser Nanostructured Al for High Performance of Al-air Batteries for Driving Drones
Liquid Metal Inks for Printed Stretchable Electronics: Gallium Alloy Interactions with the Environment
Microreactor-assisted Nanomaterial Printing for Additive Manufacturing of Functional Materials and Devices
Miniaturizing Direct-write of Porous Graphene Lines by Combining Fiber Laser-induced Carbonization with Photoinitiator Printing
Multi-material Micromixing for On-demand Manufacture of Modular Soft Robotic Actuators
Multimaterial Dry Printing and Additive Nanomanufacturing of Flexible Hybrid Electronics and Sensors
Permanent Magnet Integrated Shock Absorber and Electric Generator
Photonic Sintering of Multiprinter Compatible Gold Nanomaterial Inks for Epidermal Electronics
Printed Electronics for Space-based Applications
Printed High Temperature Irradiation Resistant Thermocouples for Real-time Monitoring of Nuclear Reactor Components
Recent Progresses of Nanojoining: Fundamentals and Applications for Single-wire Devices
Reducing Variability Within Printed Electronics Through Process and Material Innovations
Standalone Stretchable Device Platform for Human Health Monitoring
Study & Analysis of Ring Assisted Electrohydrodynamic Jet (e-jet) Printing of Micro & Nano Structures
Synchrotron Nano-tomography and Coherent X-ray Scattering Investigation of 3D Printed Batteries
Thermal, Hydrothermal, and Ultraviolet Aging of ePTFE/FR PU/Nomex IIIA Moisture Barrier Used in Firefighters’ Protective Clothing
Ultraconductive Copper-Carbon Nanotube Composite for Advanced Conductors
Unconventional Materials and Device Architectures for Tomorrow’s System Needs
Upcycled Glass and Plastic Waste for Energy Storage Applications
Wet Chemical Synthesis of Patterned Bismuth Ferrite Thin Films by Direct Writing (Printing) and Characterization Using Printed Electrodes

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