CSEM/Division Thin Film Optics 
Expert in thin film optics
Giovanni Nisato
CSEM
E-Print
1st Swiss E-Print workshop

EPFL/IMT/SAMLAB
Expert in printed and smart systems on flexible foil, power MEMS, micromachined sensors and micro analytical instruments for gas detection.
Danick Briand
EPFL
EPFL/STI/IMT/LMIS1
Expert in functionalization, CL array microfabrication and functionalization, top-down fabrication methods for nanowires
J├╝rgen Brugger
EPFL
FSRM/Microtechnology
Expert in Sensors, systems, networks, MEMS, NEMS, wireless, ultra low power, UWB,nanoelectronics, complex algorithms, energy scavenging, bio-interfaces
Philippe Fischer
FSRM
CSEM/Division Thin Film Optics 
Expert in thin film optics
Giovanni Nisato
CSEM


December 1-2, 2011

Project Description

E-Printing is a key enabling technology that goes well beyond the established paper printing. In recent years, novel areas have matured, where printing techniques find increasingly a pathway from R&D to industrial manufacturing.  These areas not only include organic and plastic (opto-) electronics, but also micro-optical, bio-medical, MEMS fabrication and packaging, 3D rapid prototyping, flexible substrate technologies, roll-to-roll, etc. The key assets of Eprinting are among others: direct local additive process with no further lithography or etching, low-waste manufacturing with low environmental impact, digital approach allowing for rapid, maskless prototyping and flexible production, multi-material compatibility and combinatorial material printing approaches, etc. 

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