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Theodorakos, I. (author), Zacharatos, F. (author), Makrygianni, M. (author), Kalaitzis, A. (author), Koritsoglou, O. (author), Ankri, J. (author), Schwarzbaum, A. (author), Melamed, A. (author), Giesbers, M. (author), Arutinov, G. (author), Tuohi, S. (author), Arnaldo, D. (author), Braz, N. (author), Geremia, R. (author), Karnakis, D. (author), Melamed, S. (author), Kabla, A. (author), de la Vega, F. (author), Kariyapperuma, D. (author), Cobb, B. (author), Price, R. (author), Too, P. (author), Norval, S. (author), Zergioti, I. (author)
The recent developments in the field of large area, flexible and printed electronics have fueled substantial advancements in Laser Printing and Laser Sintering, which have been attracting interest over the past decade. Resulting applications, ranging from flexible displays and sensors, to biometric devices and healthcare, have already showcased...
conference paper 2020
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Gevaerts, V.S. (author), Biezemans, A.F.K.V. (author), Mannetje, H.H.L. (author), Linden, H. (author), Bosman, J. (author)
Back end interconnection technology is presented for CIGS using laser scribing and inkjet printing of dielectric material. Shunt-free laser scribing of CIGS is shown, which is essential in the back end approach for monolithic serial interconnection. Full back end interconnected mini-modules of 20x20cm2 were made and show no electrical losses...
conference paper 2018
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Teunissen, J.P. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Hendriks, R. (author), Groen, P. (author)
The necessary metal-based inks typically consist of silver nanoparticles dispersed in a liquid carrier medium. In order to keep the ink stable and printable, the agglomeration and sedimentation of these functional components need to be prevented as long as they are not printed onto a substrate. This is typically done by the addition of organic ...
bookPart 2017
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Arapov, K. (author), Bex, G. (author), Hendriks, R. (author), Rubingh, E. (author), Abbel, R. (author), de With, G. (author), Friedrich, H. (author)
This paper describes a combination of photonic annealing and compression rolling to improve the conductive properties of printed binder-based graphene inks. High-density light pulses result in temperatures up to 500 °C that along with a decrease of resistivity lead to layer expansion. The structural integrity of the printed layers is restored...
article 2016
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Arapov, K. (author), Jaakkola, K. (author), Ermolov, V. (author), Bex, G.J.P. (author), Rubingh, E. (author), Haque, S. (author), Sandberg, H. (author), Abbel, R. (author), de With, G. (author), Friedrich, H. (author)
Despite the great promise of printed flexible electronics from2D crystals, and especially graphene, few scalable applica-tions have been reported so far that can be termed roll-to-rollcompatible. Here we combine screen printed graphene withphotonic annealing to realize radio-frequency identificationdevices with a reading range of up to 4 meters....
article 2016
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Polino, G. (author), Shanmugam, S. (author), Bex, G.J.P. (author), Abbel, R.J. (author), Brunetti, F. (author), Di Carlo, A. (author), Andriessen, H.A.J.M. (author), Galagan, Y.O. (author)
A study of the photonic flash sintering of a silver nanoparticle ink printed as the back electrode for organic solar cells is presented. A number of sintering settings with different intensities and pulse durations have been tested on both full-area and grid-based silver electrodes, using the complete emission spectrum of the flash lamps from UV...
article 2016
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Polino, G. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Shanmugam, S. (author), Bex, G.J.P. (author), Hendriks, R. (author), Brunetti, F. (author), Di Carlo, A. (author), Andriessen, R. (author), Galagan, Y. (author)
A set of three commercial copper nanoparticle based inkjet inks has been benchmarked with respect to their potential to form conducting printed structures for future applications in organic electronic devices. Significant differences were observed in terms of jetting properties, spreading behaviour and line formation on a number of relevant...
article 2016
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Inui, T. (author), Mandamparambil, R. (author), Araki, T. (author), Abbel, R.J. (author), Koga, H. (author), Nogi, M. (author), Suganuma, K. (author)
Non-contact printing techniques are receiving increasing interest in the field of printed electronics, because they can be used to pattern various inks on arbitrary substrates without applying mechanical pressure or damaging pre-patterned components. The ink-jet process is frequently used for non-contact printing of various conductive inks....
article 2015
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Sanchez-Romaguera, V. (author), Wünscher, S. (author), Turki, B.M. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Barbosa, S. (author), Tate, D.J. (author), Oyeka, D. (author), Batchelor, J.C. (author), Parker, E.A. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author), Yeates, S.G. (author)
article 2015
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Lamont, C.A. (author), Eggenhuisen, T.M. (author), Coenen, M.J.J. (author), Slaats, T.W.L. (author), Andriessen, R. (author), Groen, P. (author)
For the solution processing of organic photovoltaics on an industrial scale, the exclusion of halogenated solvents is a necessity. However, the limited solubility of most semiconducting polymer/fullerene blends in non-halogenated solvents results in ink formulations with low viscosities which poses limitations to the use of roll-to-roll...
article 2015
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Sanchez-Romaguera, V. (author), Wünscher, S. (author), Turki, B.M. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Barbosa, S. (author), Tate, D.J. (author), Oyeka, D. (author), Batchelor, J.C. (author), Parker, E.A. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author), Yeates, S.G. (author)
Inkjet printing of functional frequency selective surfaces (FSS) and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on commercial paper substrates using silver nanoparticle inks sintered using low temperature thermal, plasma and photonic techniques is reported. Printed and sintered FSS devices demonstrate performances which achieve wireless...
article 2015
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Wünscher, S. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Perelaer, J. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author)
Well-defined high resolution structures with excellent electrical conductivities are key components of almost every electronic device. Producing these by printing metal based conductive inks on polymer foils represents an important step forward towards the manufacturing of plastic electronic products on an industrial scale. The development of...
article 2014
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Eggenhuisen, T.M. (author), Coenen, M.J.J. (author), Slaats, M.W.L. (author), Groen, W.A. (author)
The transfer of laboratory scale solution processing of organic electronics to large area roll-to-roll production requires the use of up-scalable deposition techniques. Furthermore, industrial production demands the omission of halogenated and other harmful solvents. Here, the authors discuss large area inkjet printing using industrial...
article 2014
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Teunissen, P. (author), Abbel, R.J. (author), Michels, J.J. (author), Groen, P. (author)
Electrically conductive structures comprising both narrow line widths and high aspect ratios are indispensable components of many electronic devices. Producing them reliably on an industrial scale by inkjet printing of metal-based inks is a serious challenge. Firstly, due to spreading of the ink on the substrate, widths of 30 microns are...
conference paper 2014
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van Deventer, H.C. (author), Houben, R.J. (author), Koldeweij, R.B.J. (author)
A new atomization nozzle based on ink jet technology is introduced for spray drying. Application areas are the food and dairy industry, in the first instance, because in these industries the quality demands on the final powders are high with respect to heat load, powder shape, and size distribution. The ink jet nozzles can atomize fluids with a...
article 2013
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Perelaer, J. (author), Wunscher, S. (author), Franziska, M.W. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Grouchko, M. (author), Magdassi, S. (author), Ulrich, S.S. (author)
As a nascent technology that developed during the last decades from only printing text and graphics into an important scientific research tool for R&D, inkjet printers are nowadays used as a highly reproducible non-contact patterning tool. In contrast to non-digital patterning tools, inkjet printing represents an additive technique that requires...
conference paper 2013
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Eggenhuisen, T.M. (author), Coenen, M.J.J. (author), Staats, T.W.L. (author), Gorter, H. (author), Sweelssen, J. (author), Groen, P. (author)
Transferring lab-scale processes of organic electronics to large area roll-to-roll production requires the use of up-scalable deposition techniques. Furthermore, industrial production demands the omission of halogenated and other harmful solvents. Here we discuss the solution processing of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) or organic...
conference paper 2013
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Kjellander, B.K.C. (author), Smaal, W.T.T. (author), Myny, K. (author), Genoe, J. (author), Dehaene, W. (author), Heremans, P. (author), Gelinck, G.H. (author)
We ink-jet print a blend of 6,13-bis(triisopropyl-silylethynyl)pentacene and polystyrene as the active layer for flexible circuits. The discrete ink-jet printed transistors exhibit a saturation mobility of 0.5 cm2 V -1 s-1. The relative spread in transistor characteristics can be very large. This spread is due to the morphology of the TIPS-PEN...
article 2013
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Palacios-Aguilera, N.B. (author), Visser, H.A. (author), Sridhar, A. (author), Balda-Irurzun, U. (author), Vargas-Llona, L.D. (author), Zhou, J. (author), Akkerman, R. (author), French, P.J. (author), Bossche, A. (author)
Shapeable rechargeable Li-ion batteries are a good option for the power source of system-in-package devices; nevertheless, their size and temperature limitations are a constraint during the fabrication process. Inkjet-printed interconnections on top of the battery are proposed in order to reduce the size and costs of wireless sensor network...
article 2013
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Galagan, Y.O. (author), Coenen, E.W.C. (author), Sabik, S. (author), Gorter, H.H. (author), Barink, M. (author), Veenstra, S.C. (author), Kroon, J.M. (author), Andriessen, H.A.J.M. (author), Blom, P.W.M. (author)
ITO-free organic solar cells with ink-jet printed current collecting grids and high conducting PEDOT:PSS as composite anode are demonstrated. Inkjet printed current collecting grids with different cross-sectional are as have been investigated. The effect of the width and height of the gridlines and busbars has been measured and modeled by direct...
article 2012
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