POLYN Technology (Caesarea, Israel) and Fraunhofer Mikroelektronik will develop a special process optimisation as a part of POLYN’s next-generation Neuromorphic Analog Signal Processor (NASP) roadmap. The two companies’ project, accepted by the EU-funded ASCENT+ Consortium, enables access to key European infrastructures and helps academic and industry researchers address emerging challenges in nanoelectronics to accelerate innovation.
LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for flexible, organic and printed electronics, will soon open its doors in the ICM Munich. From 22-24 March, exhibitors from Germany and abroad will present conductive nano-inks, wafer thin paper batteries and many other innovations.
An international team of scientists have produced a fully woven smart textile display that integrates active electronic, sensing, energy and photonic functions. The functions are embedded directly into the fibres and yarns, which are manufactured using textile-based industrial processes. The researchers, led by the University of Cambridge, say their approach could lead to applications that sound like sci-fi: curtains that are also TVs, energy-harvesting carpets, and interactive, self-powered clothing and fabrics.