Binghamton University Professor Seokheun (Sean) Choi is lo0king to build paper-based circuit boards and related parts, using a $400,000 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to fund development of what he calls integrated papertronics.
The primary goal is to print multilayered, high-performance circuit boards on paper using densely concentrated, highly conductive metallic wires, and to create flexible paper-based components that can be integrated into those papertronic systems.
"All previous work with paper-based printed circuit boards had to use off-the-shelf electronic components," says Choi. "We want to replace those components with paper-based capacitors, registers, and transistors."
"My long-term goal is to create . . . an entirely paper-based system," he says.
From Binghamton University
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