Dr. Erika Rebrosova
Electronic Materials Technology Manager, Sun Chemical Corporation
Erika Rebrosova is the Electronic Materials Technology Manager at Sun Chemical, Advanced Materials Group. She is responsible for leading new product development and application development in alignment with Electronic Materials commercial product strategy. Erika has been involved in printed electronics field for over 12 years. She received her Doctorate degree at Western Michigan University (WMU), where she worked closely with industrial partners as a research faculty member of the WMU’s Center for Advancement of Printed Electronics. She joined Sun Chemical’s Electronic Materials group in 2012.
Increasing Requirements for Electronic Materials to Support Emerging Applications
Screen printing has been used for printing electronics in one way or another for many years. Majority of commercial printed electronic materials are based on PTF (polymer thick film) technologies and support some of the more traditional printed electronics applications, like membrane touch switches, capacitive switches, printed sensors, heaters, etc. The promise of using additive manufacturing and possibility to add form factor to electronic devices and thus create smart and interactive surfaces opens up new avenues for novel applications to emerge. The presentation will provide an insight into some of the emerging FHE (flexible hybrid electronics) applications and discuss ever-increasing requirements for printable electronic materials to meet the performance requirements for these new applications.
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