March 8 – 12, 2020
Many emerging applications in microscale engineering require the fabrication of three-dimensional architectures in inorganic materials. Small-scale additive manufacturing (AM) aspires to provide access to these geometries with feature sizes in the micro- and submicrometer range. Yet, the synthesis of device-grade inorganic materials is still a challenge for AM – a major handicap for its incorporation in advanced micro- and nanofabrication processes [1,2].
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Maxence Menétrey, Alain Reiser, Lukas Koch, Mirco Nydegger, and Ralph Spolenak, "Additive manufacturing of multi-metals and multi-materials by electrohydrodynamic redox printing – towards 3D gradient materials with submicrometer resolution" in "Innovative Materials For Additive Manufacturing (IMAM)", Daniel Schmidt, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg Nikhil Gupta, New York University, USA Chua Chee Kai, NTU, Singapore Brett G. Compton, University of Tennessee, USA Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2020). https://dc.engconfintl.org/imam/5