5:00-7:45 PM, Wednesday, 11 December 2019 at Lincoln Laboratory, 3 Forbes Rd, Lexington, MA
2D & 3D Printing; Changing Form Factors in Microwave Electronics
Dr. Craig Armiento - University of Massachusetts Lowell
Applications such as the Internet of Things (IoT), flexible radars and 5G telecommunications will require new electronic form factors in the microwave and millimeter frequency domains. These applications may require electronics that are flexible, conformable, wearable or embedded in 3D objects. Printed electronics (PE) is an additive manufacturing (AM) approach that prints electronic materials to fabricate subsystems directly from CAD files. This talk will describe research in printed microwave electronics at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in collaboration with corporate partners such as Raytheon through the RURI and PERC organizations.