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Marc Koetse (Holst Centre) @ MFW13

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The presentation of Marc Koetse (Holst Centre) during Media Future Week2013. More information on www.mediafutureweek.nl

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Marc Koetse (Holst Centre) @ MFW13

  1. 1. Stretching the Limits ofElectronicsPrinted flexible and stretchable electronicsMarc KoetseHolst CentreIntegration technologies for flexible systems
  2. 2. PresentationoverviewMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 20131. Who we are and what we do2. Printed electronics for products for the future3. Hybrid electronics for products for today and tomorrow
  3. 3. Holst Centre Fundamentals• Independent, with reputed parents Founded by IMEC Belgium and TNO TheNetherlands Operational since 2006 (HTC, Eindhoven)• Working with our partners Staff of 170 researchers Involving strong groups of motherorganisations 70 resident researchers from industry anduniversities• Shared research onFlexible electronics andwireless transducer systems
  4. 4. PresentationoverviewMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013OLED LightingRollable displaysOrganic solar cellsFlexible smart devicesSource Carme, ipernity
  5. 5. PresentationoverviewMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 20131. Who we are and what we do2. Printed electronics for products of the future3. Flexible Hybrid electronics for products for today and tomorrow
  6. 6. PresentationoverviewOLED lightingMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  7. 7. PresentationoverviewLighting for healthcareMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  8. 8. Presentationoverview30lumen/Watt4/6layers R2R printed30x30cm2Largest flexible OLED in the worldMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  9. 9. PresentationoverviewPrinted Organic Lighting & SignageThinnest semi-transparent flexible OLED in the world40 µmMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  10. 10. PresentationoverviewFastest OLED in the world © Holst Centre and HuntsmanMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  11. 11. PresentationoverviewCost 10.000 €/m2Rigid glass100 €/m2Flexible substrates2016NowMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  12. 12. PresentationoverviewLow-cost solar cellsMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  13. 13. Presentationoverview© Konarka © Konarka© Konarka© Solliancelow-cost solar cells, more than just energyMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  14. 14. PresentationoverviewNow 20162% Module efficiency20€/WpLifetime 2 years outdoor8% Module efficiency< 0,5€/Wp cost> 5 years outdoorMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  15. 15. Vision on displays
  16. 16. Rollable lightweight displays © Polymer Vision and Holst Centre
  17. 17. From display to image sensor
  18. 18. 2014Glass (rigid) Flexible substratesVacuum processes Direct printing or coatingPoly-Si backplane Printed oxide backplaneNow
  19. 19. PresentationoverviewMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 20131. Who we are and what we do2. Printed electronics for products of the future3. Hybrid electronics for products of today and tomorrow
  20. 20. PresentationoverviewSmart DevicesMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013logicsensingradiopowerantenna
  21. 21. © Holst CentreSensor enabled RFID tagsMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013IdentificationWirelessSensors Monitoring
  22. 22. © Holst CentreMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  23. 23. © Holst CentreTrends in printed electronicsWorld’s first organic TFT microcontroller on a foil(8 bit, 3000 transistors, running at 6 Hz) – ISSCC 2011Media Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  24. 24. © Holst CentreBut it will take quite some time until we can print this…Si IC technology still themost logical way to givethe large area flexibleelectronics product itsintelligenceTexas InstrumentsMSP430microcontroller16 bits, runs at 8 MHz, containsclock, AD & DA convertors, memory,…at a cost of down to <0.5 €Media Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  25. 25. Hybrid Electronics:Make systems from componentsCombined Copper and printed circuitsPrinted batteriesPrinted sensorsSMD components (01005)Bare, thinned silicon dice
  26. 26. © Holst CentreHybrid integration for compliance monitoringMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013
  27. 27. © Holst CentreMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013Keeping it thin and flexibleCourtesy IMS-chips
  28. 28. © Holst CentreMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013Keeping it thin and flexibleCourtesy IMS-chips
  29. 29. Using the substrate as package
  30. 30. integrating LEDs with foil
  31. 31. © Holst CentreAn easy route from flex to stretchMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013what if ‘flexible’is not good enough?
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  40. 40. from flexible tostretchableand wearable electronics
  41. 41. © Holst CentreRecent results on stretchable electronicsMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013• applied for a ‘conformable’phototherapy device
  42. 42. © Holst CentreStretching the limits of electronicsMedia Future Week, Almere, May 13, 2013Thank you for your attention!

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