Empa-Akademie, Dübendorf, Switzerland
September 25-26, 2024

Dr. Barbara Horvath 

Inveel GmbH (Switzerland)

Inveel sub-micron resolution printing on large areas

Abstract :

Printed electronics employ specialized printing techniques using conductive metal nanoparticle inks to fabricate electrical devices on a wide range of substrates. A limitation of the current electronic printing methods are low printing resolutions with standard wire widths often starting at 1-10 ┬Ám. Inveel's innovative technology introduces a low-cost, extremely high-resolution printing method capable of producing 100 nanometer scale conductive wires and circuits in a large area and high throughput, showing great potential in advancing miniaturized printed electronics circuits and sensors on diverse substrates.

Bio :

Barbara Horvath, CEO of Inveel GmbH. In 2012, she earned her Ph.D. at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan, and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary. Following her doctoral studies, she embarked on a postdoctoral journey, spending time at NIMS, Japan and CNRS, France before joining the Paul Scherrer Institute from 2015 to 2019. Transitioning to the corporate sector afterwards, she worked as an R&D Staff Engineer and Global Project Manager at major international companies. In 2024 April, she co-founded Inveel GmbH and currently serving as CEO.