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Conformable, light emitting devices

Michal Jablonski, Frederick Bossuyt UGent, Jan Vanfleteren UGent, Kunigunde ` Cherenack, Ahmed Salem and Ricardo Ureta Hortiguela (2013) International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics, Abstracts.
abstract
While highly conformal electronics have always been of interest in case of medical applications, in the recent years also many light and lighting related applications are emerging which demand conformability. Well-being, automotive or smart clothing are just a few examples where these trends can be observed. We are finding that conformability could bring various benefits to both end users (improved comfort, biomimetics and haptics) as well as manufacturers (heterogeneous integration, more design freedom, differentiation and less stringent tolerancing). Application of SMI (Stretchable Molded Interconnect) technology, that attempts to address these demands, will be discussed. Some example realizations in the field of blue light therapy, automotive interior lighting and OLED lighting will be used to demonstrate the benefits and challenges resulting from use of conformable electronics.
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International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics, Abstracts
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conference name
International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics (IWFPE - 2013)
conference location
Jeonju, S. Korea
conference start
2013-11-20
conference end
2013-11-23
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English
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4207116
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-4207116
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2013-12-12 09:19:59
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2016-12-19 15:37:09
@inproceedings{4207116,
  abstract     = {While highly conformal electronics have always been of interest in case of medical applications, in the recent years also many light and lighting related applications are emerging which demand conformability. Well-being, automotive or smart clothing are just a few examples where these trends can be observed. We are finding that conformability could bring various benefits to both end users (improved comfort, biomimetics and haptics) as well as manufacturers (heterogeneous integration, more design freedom, differentiation and less stringent tolerancing). Application of SMI (Stretchable Molded Interconnect) technology, that attempts to address these demands, will be discussed. Some example realizations in the field of blue light therapy, automotive interior lighting and OLED lighting will be used to demonstrate the benefits and challenges resulting from use of conformable electronics.},
  author       = {Jablonski, Michal and Bossuyt, Frederick and Vanfleteren, Jan and Cherenack, Kunigunde ` and Salem, Ahmed and Hortiguela, Ricardo Ureta},
  booktitle    = {International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Jeonju, S. Korea},
  pages        = {2},
  title        = {Conformable, light emitting devices},
  year         = {2013},
}

Chicago
Jablonski, Michal, Frederick Bossuyt, Jan Vanfleteren, Kunigunde ` Cherenack, Ahmed Salem, and Ricardo Ureta Hortiguela. 2013. “Conformable, Light Emitting Devices.” In International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics, Abstracts.
APA
Jablonski, M., Bossuyt, F., Vanfleteren, J., Cherenack, K. `, Salem, A., & Hortiguela, R. U. (2013). Conformable, light emitting devices. International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics, Abstracts. Presented at the International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics (IWFPE - 2013).
Vancouver
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Jablonski M, Bossuyt F, Vanfleteren J, Cherenack K`, Salem A, Hortiguela RU. Conformable, light emitting devices. International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics, Abstracts. 2013.
MLA
Jablonski, Michal, Frederick Bossuyt, Jan Vanfleteren, et al. “Conformable, Light Emitting Devices.” International Workshop on Flexible and Printable Electronics, Abstracts. 2013. Print.