Metallo-organic inks used in inkjet printing

   Department of Mechanical Engineering

About the Project

This PhD focusses on investigating a range of metallo-organic inks that are in essence solutions of metal that can be inkjet printed. The focus of the PhD is to explore copper solutions and other relevant metals, such as nickel, and to identify if a means can be obtained of producing conductive copper (or other metal) tracks at room temperature. The PhD can/could also investigate causes for the high contact resistance of silver tracks produced by metallo-organic inks and propose solutions for reducing this resistance. Metallo-organic inks have a range of applications, including photo-voltaics.

Funding Notes

Please note that this is a self funded project.

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