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BPN533: Nanomaterial-Based Artificial Skin Sensor

Project ID BPN533
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Start Date Mon 2010-Jan-25 12:49:16
Last Updated Fri 2012-Aug-10 18:34:24
Abstract Flexible large-scale devices are of great interest for wearable human interface applications. We have developed a technique of "uniform nanomaterial patterning" for the integration of high- performance inorganic nanomaterials on user-defined substrates. This project is to realize large scale flexible multi-functional electronics by utilizing nanomaterials such as nanowires, nanotubes, and nanoparticles. As one of applications, we here demonstrate mechanically flexible large scale high sensitive multi-functional artificial skin by proposing different types of sensors such as a pressure sensitive rubber, temperature sensor etc. Notably, the device can provide impressive mechanical robustness and electrical properties while the integration of nanomaterials and macrodevices represents an important milestone toward the realization of future portable electronic applications.
Status Continuing
Funding Source NSF
IAB Research Area NanoTechnology: Materials, Processes & Devices
Researcher(s) Kuniharu Takei, Toshitake Takahashi, Chuan Wang
Advisor(s) Ali Javey
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