Printed electronic devices and hybrid systems

Content of the lecture:

The area of printed electronics is quite huge. In this talk I will give an introduction into printed materials and printed electronics in general, the use of various device concepts, the printing of active/passive components and of energy harvesting circuits such as printed rectifiers as well as examples for hybrid systems such as integrated photodiodes and security circuits.

Teacher: Prof. Jasmine Aghassi

J. Aghassi-Hagmann graduated in physics from the RWTH Aachen with distinction and received her Ph.D. from Karlsruhe University. In 2007 she joined Infineon Technologies in Munich focusing on CMOS low power development for wireless applications. During that time she worked as modeling and device expert in the IBM Semiconductor Alliance in East Fishkill, USA. In 2011 she moved on to Intel Mobile Communications as a Platform Technology Manager for RF 28 nm CMOS technology. She joined KIT in 2012 as a group leader and was additionally appointed in 2013 as a full professor in electrical engineering at the applied university of Offenburg. Her current research interests include semiconductor devices based on advanced materials, printed electronics as well as device modeling and simulation. She has authored and coauthored more than 50 publications in these fields.