A 3D printer made entirely at EPFL
EPFL students have made a high-performance 3D printer that can print structures measuring just a few microns across.
Inkjet‐Printed Composites for Room‐Temperature VOC Sensing
Congratulations to Mohammad Mahdi Kiaee from LMIS1 for his publication “Inkjet‐Printed Composites for Room‐Temperature VOC Sensing: From Ink Formulation to Sensor Characterization” in Advanced Materials Technologies.
Electrochemical performance of PDC electrodes
Congratulations to Dr. Jongmoon Jang, now at Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS), and coauthors from LMIS1, LMIS4, and Empa for their publication “Electrochemical performance of polymer-derived SiOC and SiTiOC ceramic electrodes for artificial cardiac pacemaker applications” in Ceramics International.