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Flexible electronics

News and Updates

Universe in the Balance

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have found a way to link measurements made by a device integral to microchip

Projects and Programs

Electronic Material Characterization

Ongoing
To provide the necessary information for electronic material manufacturers to predict how and when failures will occur and enable lifetime analysis appropriate

Publications

Microwave characterization of graphene inks

Author(s)
Jan Obrzut, Ana C. M. Moraes
Systematic charge transport characterization of solution-processed graphene inks using ethyl cellulose polymer as a binder/stabilizer, showed graphene patterns

Materials Science in the AI age: high-throughput library generation, machine learning and a pathway from correlations to the underpinning physics

Author(s)
Kamal Choudhary, Aaron G. Kusne, Francesca M. Tavazza, Jason R. Hattrick-Simpers, Rama K. Vasudevan, Apurva Mehta, Ryan Smith, Lukas Vlcek, Sergei V. Kalinin, Maxim Ziatdinov
The use of advanced data analytics, statistical and machine learning approaches (‘AI’) to materials science has experienced a renaissance, driven by advances in

Determining Carbon Fiber Composite Loading by Flip-Chip on a Coplanar Waveguide to 110GHz

Author(s)
Nina P. Basta, Jasper A. Drisko, Aaron M. Hagerstrom, Joshua A. Orlicki, Jennifer M. Sietins, Daniel B. Knorr, Jr., Edward J. Garboczi, Christian J. Long, Nathan D. Orloff
The electrical properties of materials are a necessary part of any circuit design. As applications at millimeter-wave frequen-cies increase, there is a growing

Tools and Instruments

Nanocalorimeter Measurement System

This Nanocalorimeter Measurement System is used for nanocalorimetry measurements at fast heating rates (100 °C/s to 100,000 °C/s) and measurements of samples