Welcome to the research unit of Prof. Aghassi-Hagmann in which we explore electronic devices and systems in future technologies with a special focus on printed electronics. We are an interdisciplanary group of electrical engineers, physicists, material scientists and computer scientists located at KIT campus north working on printed materials, novel nanomaterials, micro/nano-structured devices, additive manufacturing techniques and systems in the field of future electronic technologies. We strive for gaining understanding from materials to device level and to develop solutions for electronic, bioelectronic and energy applications.
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An inkjet-printed tungsten oxide memristor is developed, which exhibits either digital-type switching for data storage or analog-type memristor behavior for neuromorphic computing.Advanced Functional Materials
Schematic process of immobilization of a cucurbituril-based rotaxane chemosensor into microarrays for sensing of trypthophan in blood serum.Nature Communications
High-Entropy Energy Materials in the Age of Big Data: A Critical Guide to Next-Generation Synthesis and ApplicationsAdvanced Energy Materials
Laser printing with three different inks, for the semiconductor ZnO and the metals Pt and Ag, as a facile process for fabricating printed functional electronic devices with minimum feature sizes below 1 µm.Nature Communications
A comprehensive, correlated study of the interaction of liquid metals with gold as conventional electrode material, yielding crucial information on the interaction processes.Small
A new approach is presented to substantially improve the electrochemical properties of PBAs by introducing high entropy into the crystal structure.Advanced Materials