HYBRID: 4D Microelectronic Materials

Wissenschaftlicher Abendvortrag (in englischer Sprache)

Tu, 20.09.2022 18:30  –   Tu, 20.09.2022 20:30
Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt, Technische Universität Chemnitz
Magnus-Haus Berlin
Am Kupfergraben 7, 10117 Berlin, Germany

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zum Inhalt: 4D materials change their shape in time. If prepared as stimuli-responsive nanomembranes on a chip surface, they represent a unique class of 4D microelectronic materials for various scientific disciplines and research areas. This talk presents the underlying physical concepts and fascinating application potential of 4D microelectronic materials for several prime examples, including soft electronic skin, highly integrated medical microtools, microbatteries and microelectronic microrobots. Particular attention will be paid to the challenge of on-board energy supply for autonomously acting smart dust microsystems.

zur Person: Oliver G. Schmidt is the Scientific Director of the Research Center for Materials, Architectures and Integration of Nanomembranes (MAIN) and holds the Chair of Material Systems for Nanoelectronics at the Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany. He is adjunct Professor of Nanophysics at the Dresden University of Technology, Germany and Honorary Professor at the Fudan University in Shanghai, China. He is an elected member of the German Academy of Science and Engineering, and he has received several awards including the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Prize of the German Research Foundation in 2018, and an Advanced Grant of the European Research Council (ERC) in 2019.  His professional activities bridge across several research fields, ranging from flexible electronics and energy storage devices to small scale robotics and biomedical applications.

Diskussionsleitung: Prof. Dr. Stephan Reitzenstein, Wiss. Leiter Magnus-Haus Berlin

Anschließend kleine Bewirtung in der Remise. Die Veranstaltung wird gefördert durch die WE-Heraeus-Stiftung.