Electronics Additive Manufacturing Lab (E-AM)


Organizational focus: The Electronics Additive Manufacturing Lab (E-AM) fabricates and deploys electronics for additive manufacturing applications. 

Who they are: Based at York University, the E-AM Lab is a research centre that focuses on additive manufacturing (AM) and fabricating electronics with new geometries and properties. The E-AM Lab works in collaboration with manufacturers and shares resources with several York University departments.

What they offer: The E-AM Lab uses unique materials and additive manufacturing techniques to fabricate devices such as transistors, sensors, light-emitting devices, and batteries. It offers a wide variety of equipment, including processing and measurement equipment for printed electronics and 3D printing, as well as access to physical and electrical characterization tools.

The Trillium Network hosted lab director Gerd Grau on our podcast. Click here to listen.


Location

Electronics Additive Manufacturing Lab
Room 1012M, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
York University
124 Campus Walk
North York, ON
M3J 1P3


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Published: April 17, 2024

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