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IEEE Electron Devices Society Northern Virginia / Washington Chapter

 

We are pleased to announce our next meeting.

 

When: Monday, January 23, 2012

Topic: Flexible Sensors - Applications and Challenges

Sponsor: Electron Devices Society Chapter

Cosponsor: Nanotechnology Council Chapter

Speaker: Dr. Jurgen Daniel, Teclination Consulting

Time: Networking & food 6:15 PM; presentation 6:45 PM

 

Place: George Mason University - Prince William Campus, Verizon Auditorium, 10900 University Blvd, Manassas, VA.

 

RSVP: Please register at https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_view/list_meeting/9459. For any questions, contact Sandra Hyland at Sandra.hyland@ieee.org.

 

Abstract:

In our daily lives, we are increasingly surrounded by sensing devices. For example, mobile phones feature accelerometers, gyroscopes, digital compasses, microphones and sensors for touch, radio frequency and light/image. Today’s cars incorporate about 20-50 MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) sensors. Novel sensor technologies will expand the application space much further.

Flexible electronics is an emerging field that has been primarily stimulated by the notion of flexible, conformal, or rollup displays. Recently though, there has been growing interest in flexible sensors because of promising applications in medical, structural or environmental monitoring, shipping/packaging, toys or sports, etc. 

The motivation for flexible electronics (including flexible sensors) originates in the potentially lower cost and the flexible form factor of resulting systems. Nevertheless, many challenges are still ahead with regard to materials, device fabrication and systems performance. For example, new processes such as roll-to-roll printing of electronic materials on a variety of flexible substrates are being developed. Also, the integration of flexible sensors with sensor electronics, memory and power sources is being addressed. The most recent research focuses on electronic devices that are not only flexible but stretchable.

In this talk, an overview of the field of flexible sensors will be given with a discussion of technologies, applications and challenges.

 

Speaker Bio:

Jurgen Daniel is principal at Teclination Consulting and affiliate at the Institute for Systems Research of the University of Maryland. He was previously with the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) where his research included MEMS, displays, printing technologies, flexible/printed electronics and photovoltaics. Earlier, he had been with Oxford Instruments and FEI Europe and he was visiting scientist at the Matsushita Research Institute, Tokyo. He holds a degree in physics from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Cambridge, UK. He is founder of the Silicon Valley Photovoltaics Society (SVPVS) which is in discussion of becoming part of IEEE.

 

 

 


Past Meetings

Apr 18, 2011

The End of Moore and the Beginning of What's Next

Dr. Eugene A. Fitzgerald

Merton C. Flemings-SMA Professor of Materials Science and Engineering; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

Pdf file

Feb 4, 2010

Overview of DARPA Carbon Electronics for RF Applications Program (CERA)

Dr. Michael Fritze

DARPA Microsystems Technology Office, Arlington, VA

Pdf file

 

June 10, 2009

Microbolometer Sensor Arrays - Material and Process Issues in Manufacturing

Sandra Hyland, PhD

BAE Systems, Manassas VA

 

April 23, 2009

SiC Vertical-Channel JFETs for RF and Power Switching Applications

Dr. Victor Veliadis

Northrop Grumman Advanced Technology Center

 

February 24, 2009

Electronics from the Bottom Up: An Approach to 21st Century Electronic Devices

Mark Lundstrom

Purdue University Network for Computational Nanotechnology

 

September 10, 2008

View into the Aerospace and Defense Industry's Interests and Needs in Nanotechnology

Sharon Lee Smith, Director

Advanced Technology,Corporate Engineering and Technology, Electronic Systems

Lockheed Martin

 

April 17, 2008

Single Spin Logic: How to compute with single electron spins

Dr. Supriyo Bandyopadhyay

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA

 

Sept 20, 2007

GaN-on-Silicon RF Power Devices: Current State and Future Directions

Dr. Kevin Linthicum

Nitronex Corp

 

April 26, 2006

Applications of Semiconductor-Based DNA MicroArrays in Medicine

Presentations by Dr. Amit Kumar, President, CEO

Combimatrix Corporation

 

Dec 6, 2005

Nanomaterials

Presentations by Paul Franklin Nealey, University of Wisconsin and Alex Nugent, KnowmTech, LLP 

Nanomaterials Used In Lithographic Processes

 

Nov 8, 2005

Terahertz-Frequency Sensing Science & Electronic Technology for Defense

Dr. Dwight Woolard

Army Research Office, U.S. Army Research Laboratory

 

Sept 26, 2005

Advances in Semiconductor Technology – Are we ready for 45nm?

Hans Stork

Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Texas Instruments

EDS Distinguished Lecturer

 

Jun 28, 2005

Nanotube Electronics: An enabling platform for beyond-CMOS technologies

Jimmy Xu (web site)

Electron Devices Society Distinguished Lecturer

Charles C. Tillinghast University Professor

Engineering and Physics

Brown University

 

Apr 27, 2005

Spin Torque and Nanorings

Chia-Ling Chien

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Johns Hopkins University

 

Apr 17, 2005

Organic Electronics

Applications Atlantic Nano Forum

 

Mar 17, 2005

Nanotechnology & Semiconductors

Applications Atlantic Nano Forum

 

Feb 17, 2005

Evolution of RF MEMS Switches for Microwave Frequency

Dr. Charles L. Goldsmith

MEMtronics Corp

 

Oct 28, 2004

Inovative Technologies II

Atlantic Nano Forum

 

Sept 28, 2004

Nanomaterials

Atlantic Nano Forum

 

July 29, 2004

Innovative Technologies

Atlantic Nano Forum

 

May 26, 2004

Nanotech Tools: Part II

Atlantic Nano Forum

 

May 12, 2004

Solid State Lighting

Michael Shur

Patricia & Sheldon Roberts Professor, ECSE and Physics

Rensselear Polytechnic Institute

Director, Center for Broadband Data Transport

 

Apr 29, 2004

Nanotech Tools: Accelerating the Development of Nanotechnology

Atlantic Nano Forum

 

Mar 9, 2004

Nanoelectronics 101

Atlantic Nano Forum

 

Feb 10, 2004

Power Amplifiers: Technology and Design Techniques

Dale Dawson

Northrop Grumman Corporation

 

Fall 2003

Lecture Series on Nanotechnology and its Applications

 

May 22, 2003

Scaling and Reliability Issues of Extremely Scaled Fully Depleted SOI MOSFETs

Dr. Dimitris E.  Ioannou

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

George Mason University

 

April 30, 2003

Spin Based Quantum Computers

S. Bandyopadhyay
Department of Electrical Engineering

Virginia Commonwealth University

 

March 31, 2003

Low Noise Avalanche Photodiodes

Distinguished LEOS Lecturer Dr. John David
Electronic Engineering from the University of Sheffield

 

January 9, 2003

Vacuum Electronics for the 21st Century

Dr. Baruch Levush
Vacuum Electronics Branch
Naval Research Laboratory

 

November 12, 2002

DRAM Technology Evolution - Past Trends and Future Projections

Scott Meikle

Engineering Manager – 300mm

Micron Technology, Inc.

Manassas, VA

AND

Tour of Micron Technology Fab

 

October 10, 2002

Transmit / Receive Modules for Phased Array Antennas

Mr. Bruce Kopp

Applied Physics Lab

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.

 

September 18, 2002

An InAs Based Transistor Approach to Terahertz Electronics: Concepts and Materials Science

Dr. Jerry Woodall, National Medal of Technology Laureate

IEEE EDS Distinguished Lecturer

C.Baldwin Sawyer Professor of Electrical Engineering

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

 

May 30, 2002

Semiconductor Devices for Fiber-Optic Communication Systems

Dr. Leda Lunardi

IEEE EDS Distinguished Lecturer

Optical Networks Research

JDS Uniphase Corp.

  

April 4, 2002

INanoVA – The Nanotechnology Hub of Virginia

Dr. Nathan Swami

Director, Initiative for Nanotechnology in Virginia (INanoVA)

University of Virginia  

Charlottesville, VA

 

March 14, 2002

High Speed Analog-to-Digital A/D Conversion for RF and Digital Receiver ApplicationsDr. Joseph F. Jensen

HRL Laboratories

 

February 21, 2002

Technology Choices For Multifunctional Adaptive Radio, Radar, and Sensors

Dr. Michael Steer

North Carolina State University

November 1, 2001

MEMS Program at DARPA: Current Thrust Areas and Future Vision

Dr. William C. Tang

Microsystems Technology Office, DARPA

 

October 4, 2001

Silicon Technology Trend from Past to Future - downsizing from millimeter to nanometer (large file)

Hiroshi Iwai

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Tokyo, Japan

 

September 13, 2001

Vacuum Electronics for the 21st Century

Dr. Robert Parker
Naval Research Laboratory

Washington, D.C.

 

May 22, 2001

Phase Change Memory Devices

Edward Spall
Ovonyx, Inc.
Manassas, Virginia

 

November 16, 2000

Toward VLSI Photonics

Dr. Brent Little
University of Maryland, College Park Maryland, MD
and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

 

May 4, 2000

Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Microwave Power Amplifiers 
Dr. Robert J. Trew 
Director of Research 
ODUSD(S&T) 
U.S. Department of Defense 
Arlington, VA 22203 

 

April 5, 2000
 

Smart Pixel Optical Interconnects for VLSI Electronics
Dr. Elias Towe 
Microsystems Technology Office 
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Arlington, VA 
DARPA's VLSI Photonics Overview & Slides

 

December 14, 1999
 

Spintronics - Electronics for the New Millennium
Dr. Stuart A. Wolf 
Defense Sciences Office of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Arlington, VA

 

October 19, 1999
 

Implications of Trends in the Silicon industry on the Compound Semiconductor Industry: Do we need a Technology Roadmap for Compound Semiconductors?
Dr. Herbert S. Bennett 
National Institute of Science and Technology and a Distinguished Lecturer of EDS 
Slides


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BAE Systems
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Micron Technology, Inc.
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BAE Systems

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BAE Systems
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George Mason University
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