Influence of the process workflows on the electrical properties of a UV-curable polymeric dielectric for all-inkjet-printed capacitors
Authors: Kalyan Yoti Mitra, Dana Mitra, Khushbeen Kasania, Jens Hammerschmidt, Reinhard R. Baumann
Dr. Haider Khaleel Raad
Xavier University, Ohio (USA)
Dr. Dimitris Anagnostou
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, USA
Dr. Alex Stameroff
Keysight Technologies (USA)
Dr. Kathleen Melde
University of Arizona (USA)
Dr. Don Estriech
California State University, Sonoma (USA)
Dr. Yue Li
University of Pennsylvania (USA)
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