The deadline for poster submissions for Swiss ePrint 2019 has been extended until September 12 at 17:00 CEST.

Please note that we still have a few spots remaining for late contributions.

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The following contributions will presented during the poster session at Swiss e-Print 2019. Abstracts will be printed in the program booklet.

P-10 EHD redox 3D printing: chemically architected metals with submicron scale resolution Alain Reiser ETH Zürich D-MATL/Laboratory for Nanometallurgy
P-11 A Comparative Study of Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Microscale 3D Printed Metals Alain Reiser ETH Zürich D-MATL/Laboratory for Nanometallurgy
P-12 Fabrication of Peptide based room temperature gas sensors using organic field-effect transistors Ajoy Mandal IIT Kharagpur Physics
P-13 Organic field-effect transistors-based flexible temperature sensor for healthcare applications Suman Mandal Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Physics
P-14 Towards cold plasma-on-demand multi-nozzle jet head (Digital-Plasma) David Martinet Systemtechnik / HES-SO-Wallis Institut Systèmes industriels
P-15 All-inkjet-printed, coplanar Electrolyte-Gated Organic Field-Effect Transistors fabricated on flexible substrates Khalil Chennit Université de Paris ITODYS
P-16 UV sensor fabricated by capillary spreading and spin coating of nanoparticle inks Barbara Horvath Paul Scherrer Institut Laboratory for Micro- and Nanotechnology
P-17 Rapid fabrication of dielectric-conductive multilayers by inkjet printing Gioele Balestra HEIA-FR iPrint
P-18 Effect of deep-ultraviolet annealing on properties of Schottky diodes based on printable a-IGZO Veronika Ulianova Empa Laboratory for Thin Films and Photovoltaics
P-19 Sub-nL water-based liquid drug encapsulation using dual inkjet printing Christopher Tse EPFL LMIS1
P-20 Solution processed metal oxide TFTs for thermosensitive substrates Alessio Mancinelli EPFL LMTS
P-21 Conductive nanoparticle ITO films obtained by dye-assisted sintering Evgeniia Gilshtein Empa Laboratory for Thin Films and Photovoltaics
P-22 Electrohydrodynamic printing of unicolour inks based on lead halide perovskite quantum dots with a variation on cation composition for luminescence lifetime-readable security tags Jana Chaaban ETH Zurich Laboratory of Thermodynamics in Emerging Technologies (LTNT)
P-23 Highly loaded graphene ink for large-scale inkjet printing of flexible bacteria detection electrodes Bhawna Nagar Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Laboratory of Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry (LEPA)
P-24 Capacitive coupled RFID tag using a dielectric droplet encapsulation process Lorenzo Pirrami HEIA-FR/Institute for Printing Electrical Engineering
P-25 Aerosol Jet Printing of Functional Materials for Sensing Capabilities Nicholas Hendricks CSEM NanoScale Technology
P-26 Direct ink writing of sensors out of soft wearable materials for human motion monitoring Ryan van Dommelen EPFL Soft Transducers Laboratory
P-27 Printed Oxide Dielectrics for low Temperature Solution Processed Thin Film Transistors Sami Bolat Empa- Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology 207- Laboratory for Thin Films and Photovoltaics
P-28 Improved laser-induced forward transfer (LIFT) technique for functional device transfer Zhiwei Yang EPFL LMIS1
P-29 An inkjet-printed thermoplastic elastomer/carbon black composite with high sensitivity and fast response for detection of hydrocarbons Mohammad Mahdi Kiaee École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Microsystems Laboratory 1
P-30 Photonic Flash Soldering for hybridization of SMD components on flexible substrates Mohammad Masahyekhi Eurecat Functinal Printing and Embedded Devices
P-31 Development of a pad printing process for compact multilayers electronic circuits Jaafar Ahmad HEPIA (HES-SO Geneva) Insti/ Laboratory of Microengineering and Bioinstrumentation
P-32 Towards pad printed strain gauges Quentin Praz HEPIA (HES-SO Geneva) Laboratory of Microengineering and Bioinstrumentation