Imperial College London

CPE Alumni Publish Printed Electronics Book

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White text "printed electronics" on turquoise background

Jess Wade, Joseph Razzell Hollis and Sebastian Wood introduce the next generation of electronic devices, based on printable and low-cost materials.

Congratulations to Jess, Joby and Seb for publishing a book about Plastic Electronics! It’s great and I am so proud of them!! Prof Ji-Seon Kim Jess, Joby and Seb's PhD supervisor

Jess, Seb and Joby, alumni of Prof Ji-Seon Kim’s group, have worked together to write an e-book on Printed Electronics. The book is designed as an accessible starting point for anyone interested in the field, be they early-early career researchers considering a PhD, scientists interested in changing sectors or industry/policy leaders looking to learn more about our exciting work.

Seb will be speaking at the CPE Symposium on June 15th and Joby, currently working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, will be speaking at a one day workshop on diversity in physics at the Royal Institution on June 1st.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Jess, Joby or Seb.

"Printed Electronics" is published by Physics World Discovery, and can be downloaded online for free here.

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Dr Steph Pendlebury

Dr Steph Pendlebury
Faculty of Engineering

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Tel: +44 (0)20 7594 0901
Email: s.pendlebury@imperial.ac.uk

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Jessica Wade

Jessica Wade
Department of Physics

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Email: jessica.wade@imperial.ac.uk

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Joseph Razzell Hollis

Joseph Razzell Hollis
Department of Physics

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Email: joseph.razzell-hollis11@imperial.ac.uk

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Sebastian Wood

Sebastian Wood
Department of Physics

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Email: sebastian.wood06@imperial.ac.uk

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