Science Channel feature on Arnold's laser transfer research

Summary

Professor Craig Arnold describes the Arnold Group's recent research on blister-actuated laser-induced forward transfer. The novel methods showcased in this video mitigate the harmful effects of laser transfer on sensitive printing materials such as OLEDs or microbatteries, opening the door for unprecedented printing capabilities. The original feature can be found at http://news.science360.gov/archives/20110331

Relevant publications

Below are a few recent publications from the Arnold Group relevant to the video content

    1. M. S. Brown, N. T. Kattamis, and C. B. Arnold, “Time-resolved dynamics of laser induced microjets from thin liquid films,” In Press Micro and Nanofluidics. (2011) | View at publisher
    2. N. T. Kattamis, N. D. McDaniel, S. Bernhard, and C. B. Arnold, “Ambient laser direct-write printing of a patterned organometallic electroluminescent device” Organic Electronics, In press (2011)
    3. A. Atre and C. B. Arnold, “Texturing of LiCoO2 Through Laser Induced Forward Transfer for Printed Microbatteries”, in Laser-based micro- and nanopackaging and assembly, ed. W. Pfleging, Y. Lu, and K. Washio, International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), 7921, 792122 (2011) | Full text
    4. M. S. Brown, N. T. Kattamis, and C. B. Arnold, "Time resolved study of polyimide absorption layers for blister actuated laser induced forward transfer," J. Appl. Phys, 107, 083103 (2010) | Full text | View at publisher