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Researchers create self-reconstructive metal wire utilizing electric field trapping of gold nanoparticles

27.02.2015

Professor Eiji Iwase and graduate student Tomoya Koshi of Waseda University, Japan, have created a metal wire that can reconstruct itself utilizing electric field trapping of gold nanoparticles.

Professor Eiji Iwase (Faculty of Science and Engineering) and 1st year graduate student Tomoya Koshi (Graduate School of Fundamental Science and Engineering) have created a metal wire that can reconstruct itself utilizing electric field trapping of gold nanoparticles.


Device Demonstration: A device with a LED chip placed on top is attached to a polyamide board. 3 volts of electricity are applied to the board and initiate self-reconstruction.

Copyright : Waseda University

The reconstructive ability achieved in this research is expected to impact the hard-wiring of flexible devices and temperature-prone substrate electronics.

The content of this research was presented at the 28th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (January 18-22, 2015). The research presentation was selected as an “Outstanding Oral Paper Award Finalist” and garnered much interest.

Presentation Title: Tomoya Koshi, Eiji Iwase, “Self-healing Metal Wire using an Electric Field Trapping of Gold Nanoparticles for Flexible Devices,” Proceedings of the 28th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS2015), pp. 81-84, Estoril, Portugal, January 18-22, 2015. 

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