Printed Transistors Pushed To New Operational Limits
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Dr. Chen Jiang is currently a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. He received the B.S. degree in engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, in 2014, and his Ph.D. degree in engineering at the University of Cambridge, UK, in 2019. In his Ph.D. study, he worked on exploring novel electronic devices for low-power, low-cost electronics, encompassing device fabrication, and device physics and modeling. His research interests include novel electronic device architectures, printable large-area electronics, and low-power circuits for wearable/implantable sensor interface systems. He was the winner of the Cambridge Society for the Application of Research Award 2018 and also a receipt of the IEEE Electron Device Society Ph.D. Student Fellowship 2018.

                       

Printed Transistors Pushed To New Operational Limits

Researchers from the University of Cambridge successfully developed a fully printed transistor technology with high gain, low power, low noise, and mechanical bendability that unlocks new possibilities in wearable and implantable technology. The printed transistor readily lends itself to analog sensor interfaces in wearables for electrophysiological signal monitoring at ultralow power and high-resolution. Wearable and implantable electronics have enabled electronic devices that can monitor humans in real time for continuous healthcare management. Although a number of products have been successful...

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