题目：Flexible Electronics for electronic skin: from nanomaterials to system
As a typical flexible and soft electronic system, electronic skin requires abrupt development in various aspects including functional materials, material processing, device fabrication and interface control. In this talk, I will speak about our recent research on scalable exfoliation of 2D semiconductors including graphene and MoS2 sheets, conductive inks, solution-phase film deposition, field-effect transistors with carbon nanotubes and graphene, printed interconnects with nano-composites, and finally our attempt on the development of electronic skin.
Dr. Zhi-Bin Zhang is associate professor (docent) in electronics and group leader of flexible electronics research group at Uppsala University, the department of engineering sciences, since 2011. He obtained his bachelor and master degree in physics at Lanzhou University in 1993 and 1997, respectively, and received his PhD degree in Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2001. He worked as a postdoctor from 2002 for two years and then as researcher for 8 years in the school of information and communication technology at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). He has published around 100 peer-review journal articles with h-index 20 (google scholar). His research spans from nanomaterials (carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanowire and composites), fabrication technology, printed electronic components (e.g., transistor, sensor, interconnects) for electronic skin and energy applications.