innoLAE 2018 Poster Presentations

Chaiyasit Banjongprasert, Chiang Mai University. Development of Al-Zn Alloy Anodes for Al-Air Battery by Severe Plastic Deformation

Dr Pedro Barquinha, CENIMAT/I3N Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Static and dynamic modelling of oxide TFTs with high-κ multilayer dielectrics

Shengyang Chen, Imperial College London. Convective self-assembly, a versatile tool for assembling and ordering organic/inorganic nanoparticles into hierarchical structures on large areas

Xiang Cheng, University of Cambridge. Modelling of TFT s-parameters and extraction of cut-off frequency

Yeonsik Choi, University of Cambridge. Advanced printing technique for polymer nanocomposites

Ben Clifford, Swansea University. Optimisation of aerosol jet deposition for the development of novel printed electronics devices

Ishara Dharmasena, University of Surrey. Triboelectric Nanogenerators – A theoretical framework for the expansion towards large area electronic applications

Ivan Dimov, University of Cambridge. Mechanically compliant devices for long-term peripheral neural interfaces

Arfan Ghani, Coventry University. Low power sensing and integrated healthcare system within smart cities

Dr Stuart Higgins, Imperial College London. Combining organic bioelectronics and nanostructures for cell interfacing

Ahmed Ismail, Imperial College London & Zagazig University. Thermally evaporated nickel oxide as charge transport layer for photovoltaics

Dr Eifion Jewell, Swansea University. A study of the potential for photonic processing of nano copper

Dr Tom Jones, Heriot-Watt University. Direct metallisation method onto 3-D printed polyetherimide substrates

 Dr Youmna Mouhamad, Swansea University. Charge collection from hybrid metal / metal oxide transparent conductors

Baptiste Notebaert, ITODYS Laboratory. Engineering soft chemistry materials to large area QD-ACTFEL electroluminescence devices

Pelumi W. Oluwasanya, University of Cambridge. Pervasive PM2.5 detection and monitoring: capacitive method

 Donal O’Sullivan, Sherkin Technologies. New approaches to the development and manufacture of power harvesting and flexible electronics devices

Canlin Ou, University of Cambridge. Turning up the heat on energy harvesting: flexible printed thermoelectric nanogenerators

Emre Ozer, ARM. PlasticArmPit: Accelerating the development of flexible integrated smart systems

Zakaria Saadi, University of Surrey. Thermoelectric devices based on carbon nanotubes

Parikshit Sahatiya, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad. Flexible MoS2 (n)-CuO (p) based piezotronic diode for active analog frequency modulator and broadband photodetector

Hashini Thirimanne, University of Surrey. Inorganic-organic hybrid X-ray detectors as wearable real-time Dosimeters

Joe Troughton, Durham University. Advances in Low Temperature IGZO TFT preparation for large area flexible electronics

Constantinos P. Tsangarides, University of Cambridge. Modelling of size-effect on thermoelectric parameters of PEDOT:PSS thin films

Wenyu Andy Wang, University of Cambridge. Core-shell electrospinning of micro/nano flexible silver fibre

Dr Colin Watson, Bangor University. From photo-capacitance to optical sensors and imaging arrays

Bowen Zhang, University of Cambridge. Preparation, transfer and characterization of very high quality, freestanding oxide thin films

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