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Published November 25, 2019 by CRC Press
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Book Description

Flexibility and stretchability of electronics are crucial for next generation electronic devices that involve skin contact sensing and therapeutic actuation. This handbook provides a complete entrée to the field, from solid-state physics to materials chemistry, processing, devices, performance, and reliability testing, and integrated systems development. This work shows how microelectronics, signal processing, and wireless communications in the same circuitry are impacting electronics, healthcare, and energy applications.

Key Features:

• Covers the fundamentals to device applications, including solid-state and mechanics, chemistry, materials science, characterization techniques, and fabrication;

• Offers a comprehensive base of knowledge for moving forward in this field, from foundational research to technology development;

• Focuses on processing, characterization, and circuits and systems integration for device applications;

• Addresses the basic physical properties and mechanics, as well as the nuts and bolts of reliability and performance analysis;

• Discusses various technology applications, from printed electronics to logic and memory devices, sensors, actuators, displays, and energy storage and harvesting.

This handbook will serve as the one-stop knowledge base for readership who are interested in flexible and stretchable electronics.

Table of Contents

Preface......................................................................................................................vii

Editors ....................................................................................................................... ix

Contributors ............................................................................................................. xi

Section i Fundamentals

1 Plastic Electronics ............................................................................................. 3

Chang-Hyun Kim

2 Materials—Flexible 1D Electronics ................................................................. 23

Aftab M. Hussain

3 Flexible 2D Electronics in Sensors and Bioanalytical Applications .............. 45

Parikshit Sahatiya, Rinky Sha, and Sushmee Badhulika

4 Flexible and Stretchable Thin-Film Transistors ............................................. 63

Joseph B. Andrews, Jorge A. Cardenas, and Aaron D. Franklin

5 Mechanics of Flexible and Stretchable Electronics .........................................91

Nouha Alcheikh

Section ii Devices

6 Printed Electronics ..........................................................................................111

Mohammad Vaseem and Atif Shamim

7 Ferroic Materials and Devices for Flexible Memory .....................................149

Saidur R. Bakaul, Mahnaz Islam, and Md. Kawsar Alam

8 Flexible and Stretchable High-Frequency RF Electronics ............................ 165

Juhwan Lee, Inkyu Lee, and Zhenqiang Ma

9 Flexible and Stretchable Sensors ....................................................................189

Tae Hoon Eom and Jeong In Han

10 Artificial Skin .................................................................................................213

Joanna M. Nassar

11 Flexible and Stretchable Actuators ................................................................ 251

Nadeem Qaiser

12 Flexible and Stretchable Photovoltaics and Its Energy Harvesters ............. 277

Devendra Singh

13 Flexible and Stretchable Energy Storage ....................................................... 301

Arwa Kutbee

14 3D Printed Flexible and Stretchable Electronics ........................................... 315

Galo Torres Sevilla

15 Flexible and Stretchable Paper-Based Structures for

Electronic Applications ..................................................................................337

Tongfen Liang, Ramendra Kishor Pal, Xiyue Zou, Anna Root, and Aaron D. Mazzeo

16 Reliability Assessment of Low-Temperature ZnO-Based Thin-Film

Transistors ......................................................................................................375

Chadwin D. Young, Rodolfo A. Rodriguez-Davila, Pavel Bolshakov,

Richard A. Chapman, and Manuel Quevedo-Lopez

Section iii Systems and Applications

17 Reconfigurable Electronics ........................................................................... 399

Jhonathan Prieto Rojas

18 Flexible and Stretchable Devices for Human-Machine Interfaces ...............415

Irmandy Wicaksono and Canan Dagdeviren

19 Wearable Electronics ..................................................................................... 467

Sherjeel M. Khan and Muhammad Mustafa Hussain

20 Flexible Electronic Technologies for Implantable Applications .................. 487

Sohail Faizan Shaikh

21 Bioresorbable Electronics .............................................................................. 505

Joong Hoon Lee, Gwan-Jin Ko, Huanyu Cheng, and Suk-Wong Hwang

Index .......................................................................................................................525

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Editor(s)

Biography

Prof. Muhammad Mustafa Hussain received his BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 2000. Then he completed

MSc in Electrical Engineering from University of South California, Los Angeles, CA, in 2002.

Next he earned another MSc and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of

Texas at Austin, in 2004 and 2005, respectively. Currently, he is a professor of Electrical Engineering

at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. He was

recently a visiting professor in EECS of University of California, Berkeley. Before joining KAUST, Prof.

Hussain was a program manager of Emerging Technology Program in SEMATECH, Inc. Austin, Texas.

A regular panelist of US NSF grants reviewing committees, he is the fellow of American Physical Society

(APS), Institute of Physics, UK, and Institute of Nanotechnology, UK, IEEE Electron Devices Society

Distinguished Lecturer, editor-in-chief of Applied Nanoscience (Springer-Nature), editor of IEEE

Transactions on Electron Devices, and an IEEE Senior Member. He has served as first or corresponding

author in 90% of his 2300+ research papers (including 27 invited reviews, 32 cover articles, and

150 journal papers). He has more than 60 issued and pending US patents. His students are serving as

faculty and researchers in MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Caltech, Harvard, UCLA, Yale, Purdue, TSMC,

Intel Corporation, KACST, KFUPM, KAU, and DOW Chemicals. Scientific American has listed his

research as one of the Top 10 World Changing Ideas of 2014. Applied Physics Letters selected his paper as

one of the Top Feature Articles of 2015. He and his students have received 39 research awards including

IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Individual Achievement Award 2016, World Technology Award Finalist in

Health and Medicine 2016, TEDx 2017, Outstanding Young Texas Exes Award 2015 (UT Austin Alumni

Award), US National Academies’ Arab-American Frontiers of Sensors 2015, 2016, DOW Chemical

Sustainability Challenge Award 2012, etc. His research has been highlighted extensively in international

media like in Washington Post, Wall Street Journal (WSJ), IEEE Spectrum, etc. His research interest is to

expand the horizon of CMOS electronics and technology for futuristic applications.

 

Dr. Nazek El-Atab received her BSc degree in Computer and Communications Engineering from

the Rafik Hariri University, Lebanon, in 2012, her MSc degree in Microsystems Engineering from the

Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE, in 2014, and her PhD degree in

Interdisciplinary Engineering from the Masdar Institute in 2017. Currently, she is a post-doctoral

research fellow with Professor Muhammad Mustafa Hussain at the MMH labs at KAUST. Her current

research focuses on the design and fabrication of futuristic electronics.

She has received several awards for her research, including the 2015 For Women in Science Middle

East Fellowship by L’Oreal-UNESCO, Best Paper Award in the Micro/Nano-systems section at the

UAEGSRC 2016 conference, the 2016 IEEE Nanotechnology Student Travel Award in Japan, the 2017

International Rising Talents Award by L’Oreal-UNESCO, the 2018 “Rafik Hariri University” Alumni

Award, and was portrayed in the 2019 “Remarkable Women in Technology” by UNESCO. She has published

over 30 papers in international peer-reviewed scientific journals and conference proceedings and

2 book chapters, and has 4 pending US patents. She has served as a Jury member for the 2017 For Women

in Science Middle East Fellowship by L’Oreal-UNESCO and a member of the Panel of Experts for the

2019 For Women in Science Awards by L’Oreal-UNESCO. Her research has been highlighted extensively

in international media including The National, America’s Navy, Office of Naval Research, Emirates News

Agency, Skynews Arabia TV, Khaleej Times, Monte Carlo Paris, the Health Medicine Network, etc.