Large-area electronics is where dense and localized electronic devices, made of conventional as well as revolutionary materials, are spread out over large surfaces. Conventional electronics compares to large-area electronics like the human brain compares to the body's nervous system, which is composed of extremely diverse sensors and actuators; the two can work synergistically towards systems with new possibilities. The newest research, on topics ranging from architectures and application demonstrations to circuits, new materials, devices and processes, is covered. The course was taught jointly by Professors Sigurd Wagner (ELE), James C. Sturm (ELE), Craig Arnold (MAE), Branko Glisic (CEE), Antoine Kahn (ELE), Lynn Loo (CHE), and Naveen Verma (ELE). It was coordinated with a series of seminars given by Princeton Global Scholar Prof. Takao Someya and with seminars by Prof. Barclay Morrison (Columbia), Dr. Stéphanie Lacour (Cambridge), and Dr. Kunigunde Cherenack (ETH Zurich). This course was offered in spring term 2010.