In unseren Videoserien geben wir Ihnen einen Einblick in unsere Kompetenzen, begleiten unsere Wissenschaftler und stellen Ihnen unsere Superwomen in Science vor. Erfahren Sie, was unsere Mitarbeiter motiviert und warum sie gerne bei SAL arbeiten, an welchen innovativen Projekten wir arbeiten und wie wir gemeinsam die Zukunft entlang der gesamten ESBS-Wertschöpfungskette entfalten wollen. 

Meet Gleb, researcher in the field of Embedded Systems

Gleb relocated with his family to Graz and now works in the field of Embedded Systems on innovative projects around trustworthy systems.

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Meet Venkata, researcher in the field of Intelligent Wireless Systems

Venkata was one of the first researchers to join SAL at our office in Linz. He appreciates working on projects with industrial and scientific partners.

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Meet Johanna, researcher in the field of Sensor Applications

You want to start your success story in research? In this video, our researcher Johanna talks about her career, her research in the field of flexible and printed electronics, and why she likes working at SAL.

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Slot-die coating at SAL

With slot-die coating, we can print at very high speeds over very long areas. It can be used for e.g. lighting such as organic LEDs or also solar cells in which you need to print large areas in a cost-effective manner. Our colleague Daniel explains the process in the video.

Screen printing at SAL

With the screen printer, we can print complex designs. There is a wide variety of inks that can be used because the viscosity range of inks that are compatible with screen printing are much larger than any competing technology. Our colleague Sherjeel exlplains the process in the video.

Pad printing at SAL

With the pad printer, we can print on curved surfaces, such as plants, devices etc. Our researcher Mani explains the process in the video.

Laser patterning at SAL

Our laser scribing platform is equipped with 75 watt CO2 laser. We use it to fabricate laser induced graphene on various carbon-based substrates. Our researcher Lukas explains the process in the video.

Inkjet Printing at SAL

Inkjet printing is an additive digital manufacturing technology and can be used for the fabrication of smart sensors. Inkjet printing is a non-contact method, which means it can be used for sensitive substrates as the substate is not touched by the printhead. Our researcher Johanna explains the process in the video.

Aerosol Jet Printing at SAL

The Aerosol Jet Printer enables researchers at SAL to print electronic components such as resistors, capacitors, antennas or sensors on different 2D or 3D substrates with high precision and speed. Our researcher Emily explains the process in the video.

Printed & flexible electronics and sensor applications

Printed elec­tro­nics and their inte­gra­tion into smart systems can solve key issues of indus­tries today. By enab­ling elec­tro­nics ever­yw­here and on ever­y­thing in a resource-effi­cient way, the tools required for a sustainable digital trans­for­ma­tion are provided.

In the field of Sensor Applications, our researchers work on sustainable sensorics, flexible electronics, harsh environment sensing and much more.

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