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Micro/Nano Electronics

Advanced Technologies and Characterization Techniques for Microwave and Millimeter Waves Microsystems

 

The development of microsystems for telecommunications, and the related characterization techniques, has led to a growing demand on the feasibility of the technologies needed, especially...

Flexible sensing systems based on polysilicon thin film transistors technology

Wearable electronics and pervasive ambient computing are two scenarios where largely distributed flexible sensors networks are expected to be heavily used. The growing demand for sharing large...

Ultra-flexible Microelectrode Arrays for in vivo measurements

 

The mechanism by which the neural networks communicate and the understanding of these processes remains the fundamental issue of neuroscience. Long-term brain activity registration and...

Wearable band equipped with nanostructured strain gauge sensors for biomedical applications

Human gesture monitoring has always been the focus of many academic studies in the biomedical and commercial field. The main challenges are focused on achieving a reliable, high sensitive and...

Tactile sensors fully integrated on ultra-thin polyimide substrates for robotic applications

In recent years, a variety of new touch sensing technologies using different materials and transduction methods have been introduced, giving rise to a series of tremendously improved designs of...

Large Area Electronics – Theoretical Modelling

 

Electronic circuits fabricated by using large area compatible processes frequently employs materials with characteristics deeply different from those of the well-known materials used in...

Organic Large Area Electronics

Organic electronics is an emerging technology that promises to cover a wide range of applications exploiting the intrinsic characteristics of the organic materials: low temperature process,...