Emmanouil "Manos" Tentzeris won the best of session award at the IEEE Electronic Components and Technology Conference, held in Las Vegas June 1-4. Dr. Tentzeris is a professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech.
His paper, "Inkjet-Printed System-on-Paper/Polymer 'Green' RFID and Wireless Sensors," was chosen for this honor by a majority vote of 150 attendants of the focused RF session.
The work presented in this paper potentially sets the foundation for the first "green" generation of RFID-enabled sensors for biomonitoring, environmental monitoring, energy conservancy, and wearable electronics. It is also the first practical demonstration of nanotechnology, inkjet-printed electronics and sensing on ultra-low cost paper substrates, a critical step for the first "Internet of things" implementations.
Dr. Tentzeris' coauthors on the paper are his graduate students, Rushi Vyas, Vasilis Lakafosis, Anya Traille, Amin Rida, and George Shaker.
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Last revised August 1, 2017