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Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity
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Conformal electronics and their economic feasiblity

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These slides use concepts from my (Jeff Funk) course entitled analyzing hi-tech opportunities to analyze how the economic feasibility of conformal electronics is becoming better through using thinner …

These slides use concepts from my (Jeff Funk) course entitled analyzing hi-tech opportunities to analyze how the economic feasibility of conformal electronics is becoming better through using thinner materials, an island-bridge design, and Moore’s Law. The island-bridge design is a mesh of islands containing somewhat rigid components that are connected by mesh of stretchable materials. This enables electronics to be more effectively used in space-restricted places, in skin patches, and next to human organs. Transfer printing, which is a form of roll-to roll printing, enables the costs to be relatively low.

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  • 1. Wong Hin Kai A0098451X Susanne Pihl A0098559E Ushashree Divakar A0098574L Shahnawaz P. Shamsuddin A0098486H Mahnaz D. Damavandi A0066523H Heng Chew Chwee A0098597B Xiao Lizhi Bill A0098493L For information on other new technologies that are becoming economically feasible, see http://www.slideshare.net/Funk98/presentations
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  • 6. Conventional Electronics Printed/ Flexible Electronics Conformal Electronics 6Ref: http://www.polyera.com/technology/
  • 7. Cost Conformity Functionality Ref: International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (iNEMI), “Global Flexible Electronics Market Forecast” IDTechEx, “Printed, Flexible, and Stretchable Electronics Forecasts, Players, and Opportunities 2012-2022”, pg. 9 0 50 100 150 200 250 2011 2016 2025 Global Flexible Electronics Market (US$B) 7
  • 8. Stretchability Bendability Speed Cost Ability to  conform to novel geometries  absorb large levels of strain without fracture  retain original performance when stretched or released Measured by strain (%) Ability to  be bent to a great extent without cracking  retain original performance when bent Measured by curvature (mm) Ability to  respond instantly to stimuli with minimal lag  remain conformal and thin without sacrificing speed Measured by mobility (cm2/Ѵs) Ability to  be made with lower capital investments  be made cheaply in large quantities, and with cheaper materials and equipment Measured by cost or price ($) 8
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  • 10. build a stretchy mesh with electronics on thin islands connected by springy bridges print mesh onto thin plastic which holds the entire mesh together
  • 11. build body-worn stickers which seamlessly measure our body activity breathablewaterproof yet
  • 12. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Silicon Polysilicon TFTs Amorphous TFTs Organic TFTs Island-Bridge Design Strain (%) 12 Ref: Nature Materials, Vol. 9, pg. 929 Annu. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 2012. 14:113–28 Flexible and Stretchable Electronics for Biointegrated Devices MRS Bulletin, Vol. 37, 2012, Materials for Stretchable Electronics in Bioinspired and Biointegrated Devices
  • 13. 0 100 200 300 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Stretchability (%) 13
  • 14. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Silicon Polysilicon TFTs Amorphous TFTs Organic TFTs Island-Bridge Design Curvature 1/R (mm) 14Ref: Nature Materials, Vol. 9, pg. 929
  • 15. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 Silicon Polysilicon TFTs Amorphous TFTs Organic TFTs Island-Bridge Design CMOS Mobility (cm2/Ѵs) 15Ref: R. Reuss et al.Proc. IEEE (2005)
  • 16. Mobilitycm2/Vs Single Crystal Si Ribbon Oxide Semiconductors Amorphous Silicon Organic Semiconductor 1995 2000 2005 2010 0.001 0.01 0.1 1 100 10 1000 Si Mono-Crystal Si Poly-Crystal 2013 Year 16 Ref: Appl. Phys. Lett. 88, 213101 (2006), Mechanically Flexible TFT That Use Ultrathin Ribbons of Silicon Derived from Bulk Wafers http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/HONSHI/20091222/178799/?P=3 IEEE Electron Device Letters, Vol. 27, No. 6, 2006, High-Speed Mechanically Flexible Single-Crystal Silicon TFT on Plastic Substrates Bendable Integrated Circuits on Plastic Substrates by Use of Printed Ribbons of Single-Crystal Silicon
  • 17. 0 20 40 60 80 100 Silicon Flexible Electronics Conformal Electronics  Production Cost ($/ft2)  Facility Cost ($100M) leveraging existing industry and scaling components down through Moore’s Law-driven supply chain 17
  • 18. 18 Ref: http://www.gsaglobal.org/email/2010/general/0222w.htm http://www.future-fab.com/documents.asp?d_ID=2594 Circuit World, Vol. 36, pg. 40-47
  • 19. Ref: C. E., Kantola, et al. (2009), “Printed Electronics, Now and Future”, Bit Bang – Rays to the Future, pg. 63-102 19
  • 20. Ref: http://nano-cemms.illinois.edu/media/uploads/content/104/files/micro_transfer_printing.20110922095340.pdf 20
  • 21. Consumer Digital Health Medical Device Military Idea Concept Feasibility Development Scale Up Launch Post-Launch 21
  • 22. 22Ref: Nature Materials, Vol. 8, pg. 494
  • 23. 23Ref: Advanced Materials, Vol. 23, pg. 3989
  • 24. 24Ref: Advanced Materials, Vol. 24, pg. 2673
  • 25. Stretchability Bendability Speed Cost Island-Bridge OLED-Island Polymer-LED PDMS Matrix High Low 25
  • 26. Ref: Annu. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 2012. 14:113–28 Organics Inorganics Metal Oxides Metal Nanowires Carbon Nanotubes Graphene 26
  • 27. 27 Random Network SWNT High Purity, Aligned CNT Microprocessor III-V Semiconductor Microprocessor Single Crystal Si Microcontroller Random Network SWNT Low Mobility Roll to Roll Printing Properties sensors display RFID logic gates half adder d-flip-flops 1-bit RFID tags 100% stretchability 80% optical transparency 1mm bending radius Ref: Nature Materials, Vol. 8, pg. 494 – 499 Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 063502 (2012); Deformable transparent all-carbon-nanotube transistors Chem.Soc.Rev.,2013,42, 2592; Carbon nanotube electronics – moving forward http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/carbon-nanotubes-could-power-the-next-generation-of-processors/
  • 28. Ref: In Yrjö, Neuvo and Sami Ylönen (2009), “Cut the Last Cord by Nanolution”, Bit Bang: Rays to the Future , pg. 103-139 28
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  • 30. Research and Development • Materials • Applications in Healthcare, Comms, Defence • Training & Education • Patent Trolls & Attorneys Design • Product/ Software Development • Circuit Design • Concept Design •new ways of offering connectivity/ information • Training & Education • Consultancy & Expertise Materials • Technology/ Process Development • Flexible Substrates & Barrier Material • Foil & Film • Conductive Dielectrics & Ink Equipment • Technology Development • Consultancy & Expertise • Manufacturing Equipment • Control & Measurement Software • Training & Education Manufacturing • End Product •medical devices, drug delivery patches, RFID/ NFC devices, access control, energy systems • Component •batteries, displays, sensors, antennas • Integration with other Products • Consultancy & Expertise End Products • Marketing & Sales •end-users, clinics, healthcare providers • Product/ Brand Development • Distribution & Packaging • Training & Education •users of healthcare systems, or scientific planning 30
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  • 35. Wong Hin Kai A0098451X Susanne Pihl A0098559E Ushashree Divakar A0098574L Shahnawaz P. Shamsuddin A0098486H Mahnaz D. Damavandi A0066523H Heng Chew Chwee A0098597B Xiao Lizhi Bill A0098493L Customized Video • Activity Wristband • Hydration Patch • Metabolism Monitor

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