Date: Thursday, Oct 7th
Presenter: John F. Wager, OSU EECS
Solution-processed inorganic thin films are attractive for flexible and printable electronics applications. However, they are difficult to prepare using traditional sol-gel processing strategies. The synthesis path advocated herein, prompt inorganic condensation (PIC), appears more promising. The focus of this talk is to overview PIC and to present PIC examples of high-performance inorganic thin-films of relevance to flexible and printable electronics.
John F. Wager is a professor of Electrical Engineering in the School of EECS at Oregon State University. He is the lead author of a new book entitled ?Transparent Electronics.? His current research interests include transparent electronics, oxide electronics, printed electronics, and photovoltaics.