SEMI Announces FlexTech Alliance as First Strategic Partner -- Inter-Industry Cooperation Pact Expands Markets and Services
SAN JOSE, Calif. — October 7, 2015 — SEMI announced today that FlexTech Alliance has become the first SEMI Strategic Association Partner...FlexTech will continue to pursue its mission of fostering the growth of the emerging flexible, hybrid and printed electronics industry as part of SEMI... < more >
SEMI FlexTech Special Interest Group
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Flexible, Hybrid & Printed Electronics Industry News
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University of California Berkeley professors and students shows off its work in printed and hybrid electronics and their ideas of an interconnected world. Created February, 2016.
California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) steps through their process of creating a Printed capacitive sensing smart label. In this video, they design, create and test a label which senses, measures and displays metrics from a high end moisturizer bottle.
|Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Suresh Sitamaran, lead faculty for hybrid electronics, gives a tour of some of Georgia Tech’s capabilities in printed electronics, including design, modeling & simulation, materials & processing, interconnect, assembly and packaging, electronical test and reliability and applications.
|Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona discuss their program for designing and making devices for the human body that measure immune, neural and other important biomarkers in real-time, continuously, and in non-invasive ways.
|University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Dr. Jim Watkins and his team introduce us to the University of Massachusetts Amherst, their participation in NextFlex and building the ecosystem for the flexible, hybrid electronics industry. A look at the basic research and how academia and industry can work together.
|University of Massachusetts at Lowell
3D printing and flexible hybrid electronics at University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Nanomanufacturing Center, provide a picture of engineering, materials and manufacturing programs and services available to industry.