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Tuesday, 14 February 2017
(at 17:00 in room BIOTEC, seminar rooms E05/E06, Broadcasted from Leuven, Belgium)
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Surface plasmons - optics on the nanoscale

Dr. Kris Myny


imec, Belgium
   






Metal-oxide thin-film transistor technologies find today their application in display products acting as active component in backplanes to drive LCD or OLED frontplanes. These transistors implemented in a thin-film transistor circuit are also ideally suited for next generation connected products that embed such low-cost, flexible, ultrathin circuits in everyday items. Item-level Internet-of-Things applications are therefore the main driving force for the research on metal-oxide RFID circuits. In this lecture, we will discuss the current state-of-the-art of thin-film RFID tags, including the first product prototype together with our partner company Cartamundi. In addition, we will discuss the roadmap to upscaled manufacturing and the next generation thin-film circuit activities.

Brief Bio:

Dr. Kris Myny received the master degree at the Katholieke Hogeschool Limburg in Diepenbeek, Belgium in 2002. He joined imec in Leuven in 2004 as a member of the Thin Film Electronics group. In January 2013, he received the Ph.D. degree at the KULeuven on the design of thin-film transistor circuits. Today, Kris leads circuit design activities in emerging thin-film transistor technologies for IoT applications and published numerous ISSCC conference papers, amongst others RFID tags and the world-first flexible microprocessor. He received the imec 2010 scientific excellence award, the 2011-2012 IEEE SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Award and is co-recipient of the 2012 JSID Outstanding Student Paper of the Year Award. He has recently been awarded with a prestigious ERC Starting Grant for the period 2017-2021 aiming to innovate on the field of metal-oxide thin-film circuits and systems.

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