Electronics Additive Manufacturing Lab (E-AM)
The E-AM Lab is equipped with tools necessary for 3D printing and printed electronics research and development.
Based at York University, the work of the Electronics Additive Manufacturing (E-AM) Lab focuses on additive manufacturing (AM) as a means to fabricate electronics with novel properties. The E-AM Lab is equipped with tools necessary for 3D printing and printed electronics research and development.
The research of the E-AM Lab specializes in working with liquid inks and the fabrication of materials with electrical, mechanical or biomedical functionality. Novel materials and AM techniques developed here are used in devices such as transistors, sensors, light-emitting devices or batteries. The E-AM Lab works in collaboration with manufacturers, and shares resources with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and the Lassonde School of Engineering.
The Trillium Network hosted lab director Gerd Grau on our podcast. Click here to listen.
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science – Room 1012M
Lassonde School of Engineering
4700 Keele St.
Areas of Expertise
Research is focused on the following areas:
– 3D printing and printed electronics
– Structural composites with integrated electronics
– Semiconductor processing
– Machine learning and micro-jet printing
Email: Gerd Grau – Associate Professor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Published: August 16, 2022