Research Student Presentation

Dear All,    




                                                Research Student Presentation


NAME OF THE CANDIDATE               :   Mr. Suresh Nuthalapati


DEGREE                                                    :    Ph.D.


TITLE OF THE PRESENTATION       :    Graphene based flexible and stretchable strain 

                                                                           sensors and  their potential applications.  


SUPERVISOR                                            :    Prof. K. Rajanna.


DATE & TIME                                          :    Wednesday, 15th  May, 2019 at 2. 30 P.M


VENUE                                                       :    Seminar Hall, Dept. of Instrumentation &    

                                                                           Applied Physics



Flexible, stretchable and soft electronics are attracting tremendous attention of researchers due to their potential application in the field of biomedical. These flexible and skin mountable sensors are facile with interaction of human body and they have capability of monitoring physical, chemical, biological and environmental status of human body for long-term with high efficiency and minimum discomfort. Wearable and skin-mountable can be attached on cloth or can be mounted directly to the human skin for real time monitoring of human activities.

   These sensors should be highly flexible and stretchable, and they should satisfy the minimum requirements including durability, biocompatibility, low weight and low power consumption. These demands become even more severe for epidermal electronic devices where mechanical compliance like human skin and stretchability are required.


     This presentation explores the fabrication process, working mechanism, strain sensing performance and potential applications of recently developed skin mountable, stretchable and flexible strain sensors.


                                                            ALL ARE WELCOME


Date(s) - 15/05/2019
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Seminar Hall, Dept. of Instrumentation and Applied Physics
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