3-D Printing refers to ability to carry out additive manufacturing in 3-D space. SMIEL is extensively involved with 3-D printing of electronics and composites on conformal surfaces by using commercial and in-house-fabricated inks as well as developing the central thermo-fluidic and thermo-mechanical understanding involved in different 3D processes.

Collaborators: Dr. Dan Hines (LPS), Prof. Abhijit Dasgupta (Mechanical, UMD)

Involved Graduate Students (Present): Beihan Zhao, Vishal Sankar Sivasankar

Involved Postdocs (Present): Chenglin Yi

Involved Graduate Students (Past): Shayandev Sinha, Neil Dalal

Involved Postdocs (Past): Yuan Gu, Guang Chen

Thesis resulting from this topic: INFLUENCE OF GAS FLOW RATES ON TRACE QUALITY AND RELIABILITY IN A SELECTED CONDUCTOR INK PRINTED WITH AN AEROSOL JET PRINTER (MS Thesis of Mr. Neil Dalal)

Sponsors: LPS (DoD), NAWCAD (DoD), NextFlex, Harris Inc., Lockheed Martins, NCMS-AMMP

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