Stevens Professor Makes Graphene-Based Inkjet-Printed Electronics

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Along with partners in the Army and other researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology, Dr. Woo Lee the George Meade Bond Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science in the Schaefer School of Engineering and Science at Stevens is advancing printed electronics through the recent demonstration of a method to inkjet print electrical energy storage devices using graphene. Made of carbon sheets one atom thick, graphene has quickly become a go-to material for the next-generation of nanoscale and microscale devices. Dr. Lee’s team was recognized with the Academic R&D Award at Printed Electronics USA 2011 for combining the potential of graphene with precision inkjet printing technologies.

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