An Additive Electronics Revolution

An Additive Electronics Revolution

Janos Veres

November 14, 02017

An R&D update from PARC, the legendary research lab. Janos Veres who heads up PARC’s Novel and Printed Electronics team discusses the materials, processes, and vision that enable the printable electronics of our near future. Joined in conversation with PARC designer, and previous Interval speaker, Mike Kuniavsky.

Janos Veres leads PARC's Novel and Printed Electronics Program, exploring the Future of Electronics. His primary interest is in radically new manufacturing concepts: merging micro and macro to create electronics in new form factors, thus “freeing electronics from the box.” This includes large area, flexible, conformal image sensors and detector arrays for medical imaging or security applications; flexible, hybrid electronics using printing as a manufacturing technique for customized Internet of Things (IoT) devices; smart inks taking 2D and 3D printing beyond shapes and colors, adding electronics functionalities to automotive or wearable devices; and electronics that can configure themselves from microchip inks, dynamically change shape, or disintegrate on command.

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