PRINTED ELECTRONICS AND DIAGNOSTIC PRODUCTS PRINTOCENT DESIGNER’S HANDBOOK

TABLE OF CONTENT

 

1. FOREWORD

 

2. INTRODUCTION TO PRINTED INTELLIGENCE

 

3. PRINTOCENT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT

3.1.PrintoCent Commercialising Printed Intelligence

3.2.Pilot Factory

 

4. DESIGN FLOW IN PRINTED ELECTRONICS

 

5. MATERIALS

 

6. PRINTED COMPONENTS

6.1.Conductors

6.1.1.Screen Printed Conductors

6.1.2.Flexible Metal Conductors

6.1.3.Transparent Conductors

6.2.Printed Passive Components

6.3. Printed Transistor

6.4. Memories

6.4.1. Printed Memristor

6.4.2. Printed WORM Memory

6.5. Displays and Signing

6.5.1.Printed Organic Light Emitting Diodes

6.5.2.Electrochromic System Platform

6.5.3.Vertical Organic Light Emitting Transistor

6.6. Organic Photovoltaic

6.7. Printed Battery

6.8. Printed Supercapacitor

6.9. Printed Sensors

6.9.1. Printed Temperature Sensors

6.9.2. Relative Humidity Sensors

6.9.3. Capacitive Touch and Proximity Sensors

6.9.4. Resistive Touch Screen

6.9.5. Gas Sensors

6.10. Chemical and Biosensors

6.10.1. Electrochemical Biosensor

6.10.2. Visual Indicators

6.11. Microfludics

 

7. HYBRID INTEGRATION GUIDELINES

7.1. Hybrid Integration Concept

7.2. R2R Assembly and Bonding

7.3. In-mould Labelling

7.4. Encapsulation

7.5. Roll-to-Roll ALD Technology

7.6. PrintoCent Hybrid integration Roadmap

 

8. DESIGN CASE EXAMPLES

8.1. Marketing Label with Dynamic Light Effects

8.2. Electrochemical Biosensor Platform

8.3. Physical Sensor Platform

8.4. Electrochromic Systems Examples

8.5. Medical Electrodes for CTS Diagnostics

8.6. Flexible Large Area Luminaire

8.7. Design Competition Luminaires

 

9. PROCESS CONTROL METHODS

9.1. On-line Topography Measurement

9.2. Registration and Accuracy On-line Analyzer

9.3. Towards R2R Functional Testing

 

10. COST CONSIDERATIONS

 

11. AUTHORS

 

12. PRINTED INTELLIGENCE COMPANY PROFILES