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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Printed Electronics and Additive Manufacturing: Advanced Functional Materials, Processing Concepts, and Emerging Applications
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS: Thin Films and Interfaces Committee
TMS: Additive Manufacturing Committee
Organizer(s) Tolga Aytug, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Pooran Joshi, Elbit Systems of America
Yong Lin Kong, University of Utah
Konstantinos Sierros, West Virginia University
Masoud Mahjouri-Samani, Auburn 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, semiconductor, polymer, and ceramic materials have the potential to enable new products and markets. Accordingly, many emerging applications in sensing, photovoltaics, energy-harvesting and storage, robotics, wearables, healthcare, aerospace, and communication necessitate electronic materials of novel form factors and unique processing approaches. 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 fabrication methods and characterization of active and passive functional components integrated into 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, the correlation of device performance and functionality, and the particular challenges regarding technology, fabrication processes, and reliability.

Research fields of interest 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
- Flexible/stretchable devices enabled by printed electronics
- Methods and materials for printing on biodegradable and water-soluble substrates
- Multimaterial and multifunctional structures and devices
- Testing and quality control for qualification and standardization of printed electronics
- Hybrid electronics: Merging printed electronics and additive manufacturing (Materials and Process integration to realize active/passive sensors, detectors, TFTs, antennas, PVs, batteries, supercapacitors, and large area electronics)

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:

3D Printed Holographic Fresnel Lenses for Sensing Applications
A-34: 3D-printed PEDOT:PSS Composites for Multifunctional Flexible Sensor
A Meshfree Phase-field Model for Simulating the Sintering Process of Metallic Particles for Printed Electronics
Additive Electronic Manufacturing of Ti3C2Tx Nanomaterial Ink for Energy Harvesting and Storage
Additive Electronics Manufacturing of Instrumentation and Sensors for Extreme Environments
Additive Manufacturing of Soft and Permanent Magnets for Electrical Machines
Additive Manufacturing of Two-dimensional Nanomaterial Inks for Energy Harvesting, Storage and Sensing
Additive Nanomanufacturing of 2D Materials on Rigid and Flexible Substrate
Additively Manufactured Multifunctional Zed Fresnel Lenses for Sensing Applications
Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Processes for Transient Papertronics
Aerosol Jet Printing for Three Dimensional Interconnects
Ag-BST Convertible Ink for Printed Electronics and Additive Manufacturing
An Alternative Processing Concept for Printed Strain Sensor with Enhanced Sensitivity
Binder-based 3d Printing of High-surface Area Copper Electrodes
Can Conductive, Additive-free MXene Inks Replace Metals and Carbon in Printed Electronics?
Design and Fabrication of Nacre-inspired, Polymer-based Composites with Enhanced Tear Resistance and Toughness by a Multi-material 3D Printer
Dry Printing Pure Copper for Flexile Electronics with High Electrical and Mechanical Performance
Dynamic 3D Printing of Structure Color
Electrical Conductivity-morphology Relationships of Liquid-exfoliated Graphite
Enabling Eco-friendly and Sustainable Electronics by Dry Printing Technique
Fabrication and Characterization of β-Ga2O3 Diodes for Radiation Detection
Functional Material Enabled Fiber Optic Sensors in Electrical System Monitoring Applications
High-throughput Printing of Combinatorial Materials from Aerosols
In-line Improved Adhesion and Conductivity Characteristics in Plasma-jet Printed Metallic Inks
Ink Formulation for Aerosol Jet Printing: Leveraging Process Fundamentals and Experimental Tools to Accelerate Development
Large-area Physical and Chemical Sensing Enabled by Printed Thin-film Electronics
Laser-induced Graphene Microelectrodes: Toward One-step Fabrication of Implantable Flexible Devices
Laser Processing and 3D Printing of Solid State Al-air Flexible Batteries
Machine Learning-enabled Feature Classification of Evaporation-driven Multi-scale 3D Printing
Measurement of Thermal Properties of Multilayer Porous Printed Films Using Modulated Photothermal Radiometry
Microstructural and Mechanical Analysis of Aerosol Jet 3D Printed Gold Micropillars and Their Biocompatibility in Mouse Brain
Multi-functional Energy Storage Structures Based on Redox Polymers
Nanoscale Printing of Metals via Localized Photoreduction
On the Magnetic Behaviours of Laser Powder Bed Fabricated Ni-Mn-Ga Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys
Printed Electrochemical Devices for Biochemical Sensing and Studying Biological Cells
Printed Multifunctional Wearable E-Textiles from Water-based Silver Conductive Inks
Reliability and Functionality of Dry Multimaterial Printed Electronics
Rubbery Electronics: Electronic Devices and Circuits Entirely Based on Rubbers
Scalable and Sustainable Production of Printable Nanoelectronic Inks
Scalable Nanomanufacturing of 3D Lattice Electrodes for Electrocatalysis and Energy Storage
Synthesis and Formulation of Multilayered Graphene Electrode for Water Sensing Applications
Ultraconductive Copper-carbon Nanotube Composite for Advanced Conductors
Vapoer-phase Microreactor-assisted Nanomaterial Deposition for Additive Manufacturing

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