The manufacturing is the foundation of country's industry. For decades, printed structured electronics are fascinated by the investigators over the world, featured with additive fabrication, pollution free, low cost and adaptive for soft and transparent applications.
To fabricate precision printed electronics devices, our group dedicates to reveal the underlying nature and mechanism of additive printing interactions and dynamics utilizing solid mathematics, physics models, and diverse chemicals.
The scope of interest is listed as follows:
1. The advanced concepts of printed electronics and structed devices.
2. The mechanism of multi-droplets interactions, coupled with heat and mass transfer, evaporation of solvent and sediment of solute.
3. Advanced and powerful mathematic/physical models to calculate multi-phase dynamics accurately.
4. Develop high speed and high-resolution additive printing equipment. Research on micro/nanostructured electronics devices such as sensors, displays, solar cells and wearable devices could be carried on.