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Title Studies on high-frequency properties of conductive inks
Description

No more chemicals or metal dust that comes from traditional subtractive methods of PCB manufacturing. The printer in our lab lays down conductive materials on different substrates, even paper. These inks are highly conductive and solderable. The performance is similar to copper for digital, RF and low-power circuits.

Home institution Department of Computing Science
Type of work practical / application-focused
Type of thesis Bachelor's
Author Dr.-Ing. Olaf Hänßler, Ph.D.
Status reserved
Problem statement
In this thesis, a wide variety of printing settings will be investigated for the best electrical conductivity and a protocol will be created as a workflow for later use. The quality is determined by means of electrical measurements (initially only DC). Microscopy images are protocolled in parallel.
Requirement
Good knowledge of electronics and/or optics;  Matlab/Python; ..
Created 03/05/21