Sessions will cover Applications, Manufacturing, Sensors, Devices, Printing, Smart Transportation, Emerging Technologies and more.
David Savastano, Editor02.20.19
2019FLEX, organized by SEMI-FlexTech, continues on to its second day on Feb. 20, with a wide range of sessions, including Applications, Manufacturing, Sensors, Devices, Printing, Smart Transportation, Emerging Technologies and more.
FLEX Session 5: Applications II, will begin with “Printed Electronics – A Benchmark Study,” delivered by John Pan, professor, California Polytechnic State University. “Batteryless Monitoring System for Real-World Automotive & Flex Applications” is the topic for Silent Sensors Ltd. CEO Marcus Taylor. Tekscan, Inc. CTO Robert Podoloff will follow with “Development of a High-Speed System for Measuring Dynamic Tire Footprints.” Yun-Soung Kim, postdoctoral research fellow, Georgia Institute of Technology, will close the session with “Wireless Skin-Like Electronics (SKINTRONICS) for Persistent Human-Machine Interfaces.”
FLEX Session 6 is centered on Flex Manufacturing I, and will begin with &
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