Special Issue "2D/3D Printed Sensors and Electronics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 December 2020.
Interests: printed and flexible materials for sensors and energy devices
Interests: sensors; electrical characterization; nanoelectronics; printed electronics, energy harvesting; energy conversion; flexible electronics; wearable electronics; biomedical sensor applications; RFID technology
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Special Issue in Nanomaterials: Functional Nanomaterials for Sensor Applications
We are pleased to announce the Special Issue of Sensors entitled "2D/3D Printed Sensors and Electronics". In this Special Issue, we want to collect a number of contributions to explore novel materials, techniques, and applications related to 2D/3D printed electronics. A non-comprehensive list of possible topics includes synthesis and characterization of 0D to 3D printable materials for sensing and actuating applications, fabrication technologies for printed sensors and electronic devices, and innovative applications of 2D/3D printed electronics.
In this Special Issue of Sensors, we invite authors to submit original communications, articles, and reviews on sensing devices and systems where 2D/3D printing techniques are involved. We are looking forward to your contributions and fruitful discussions.
Prof. Dr. Francisco Molina Lopez
Dr. Almudena Rivadeneyra
Manuscript Submission Information
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- 3D printing
- Inkjet printing
- Screen printing
- Roll-to-roll techniques
- Spray deposition
- Laser scribing
- Energy harvesters