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"Technology convergence and applications of Large-Area Electronics, e-Textiles, bio-sensors and bio-electronics"
라는 제목으로 제1과학관 31317호에서 특별 세미나를 개최합니다.
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Special Seminar will be given by Dr. Luigi G. Occhipinti from Cambridge University, UK in Room # 31317, Natural Science 1 between 10:30-11:30 am on Aug. 30 (Wednesday).
Everyone is welcome to join this special seminar.
Technology convergence and applications of Large-Area Electronics, e-Textiles, bio-sensors and bio-electronics.
Luigi G. Occhipinti
University of Cambridge, Engineering Department, Electrical Engineering Division,
9 JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3 0FA, United Kingdom
Large-Area Electronics, including printed, plastic, organic and flexible electronics, is a new way of making electronics that: i) is enabled by new materials that can be processed at low-temperatures; ii) enables the use of new manufacturing processes for electronics such as printing and digital fabrication; iii) enables products having new form factors, the potential for customisation and new cost structures and iv) includes system integration with silicon in non-traditional form-factors.
According to a survey conducted in 2013 by the UK Plastic Electronics Leadership Group, in the UK only, there were 134 companies and 33 university groups active in the field of printed, plastic, organic and flexible electronics, with average revenues generated per employee significantly higher than other industry sectors. Within the last 3 years, the sector has grown and supported by various initiatives in the UK and Europe, including the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics, led the University of Cambridge, in collaboration with the University of Manchester, Imperial College London and Swansea University , the 9 million Euro EC-funded project 1D-NEON (www.1d-neon.eu), and other national and international collaborative research projects demonstrating technology convergence of sensors technologies, manufacturing integration, and applications for smart wearables and healthcare.
The seminar will outline the recent activities in the field of bioelectronics and of fibre-based electronics towards a new generation of e-textile based products, which led to the recently awarded €9 million H2020 project 1D-NEON “1D Nanofibre Electro-Optic Networks”, involving 14 European partners and coordinated by the University of Cambridge .
Following an introduction of past achievements in the field of flexible, organic and large-area electronics, I will present some of the most recent achievements developed in the field of novel bio-sensors technologies , , organic and stretchable electronics ,  and applications in wearables and implantable medical devices, as well as for point-of care diagnostics, with focus on device manufacturing technologies, system integration aspects, and applications both in-vitro and in-vivo, in animal disease models, including aspects involving materials compatibility to interface organs and animal tissues  and cell metabolism .
 D. Mascolo et al. and L. Occhipinti, “Printed Functionalized Capacitors for Water-Induced Label-Free Detection of DNA Hybridization”, in Science of Advanced Materials 01/2011; 3(3):496-514 (2011)
 De Oliveira, L. Occhipinti et al. “Water-gated organic transistors on polyethylene naphthalate films”, in Flexible and Printed Electronics, 1, 025005 (2016) doi:10.1088/2058-8585/1/2/025005
 A. Valletta, L. Occhipinti et al., “A Compact SPICE Model for Organic TFTs and Applications to Logic Circuit Design”, IEEE Trans. On Nanotechnology 16 Mar. 2016; 15(5): 754-761 (2016)
 E. Tan, et al., and L. Occhipinti, “Needs and Enabling Technologies for Stretchable Electronics Commercialization”, MRS Advances 2017, doi: 10.1557/adv.2017.2
 E. Giusto, L. Occhipinti et al., “Interfacing Polymers and Tissues: Quantitative Local Assessment of the Foreign Body Reaction of Mononuclear Phagocytes to Polymeric Materials”, in Adv. Biosys. 2017, 1700021
 N. Iraci, L. Occhipinti et al. “Extracellular vesicles are independent metabolic units with asparaginase activity”, Nature Chem. Biol. 3 July 2017 doi: 10.1038/nchembio.2422
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