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Séminaire XLIM - Prof. Manos Tentzeris, Georgia Institute of Technology

Le Prof. Manos M. TENTZERIS, du Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, USA), présentera une conférence intitulée « Inkjet-Printed Nanotechnology-enabled RFID, IoT and "Zero-Power" Wireless Sensor Nodes », le Vendredi 7 Décembre à 14h en salle XR203 à XLIM, sur le site de la faculté des Sciences et Techniques de Limoges.

Nanotechnology and Inkjet-printed flexible electronics and sensors fabricated on paper , plastic and other polymer substrates are introduced as a sustainable ultra-low-cost solution for the first paradigms of Internet of Things, "Smart Skins" and "Zero-Power" applications. The talk will cover examples from UHF up to the millimeter-wave frequency ranges (mmID's), while it willl include the state of the art of fully-integrated wireless sensor modules on paper or flexible polymers and show the first ever 2D sensor integration with an RFID tag module on paper, as well as numerous 3D multilayer paper-based and LCP-based RF/microwave structures, that could potentially set the foundation for the truly convergent wireless sensor ad-hoc networks of the future with enhanced cognitive intelligence and "zero-power" operability through ambient energy harvesting. Examples from wearable (e.g. biomonitoring) antennas and RF modules will be reported, as well as the first integration of inkjet-printed nanotechnology-based sensors on paper and organic substrates. The talk will also present challenges for inkjet-printed high-complexity modules as well as future directions in the area of environmentally-friendly ("green") RF electronics and "smart-house" conformal sensors.

Contact XLIM du séminaire : pierre.blondy@xlim.fr

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