Thermal Inkjet Technology (TIJ) involves thin film, microfluidics and electronics integrated into a Si chip. It is an integration of many technologies. In the present talk, I will be emphasizing relevance of technologies involved in TIJ to other areas like Sensors and other such MEMS based devices including printing of nanomaterials on flexible substrate. This technology can be useful for researchers and for product development in the areas of sensors, materials engineers, biosciences and many other fields.
Dr. Satya Prakash has an engineering degree in Mechanical engineering and ME in aeronautics. He did his PhD from Princeton in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He was professor for 16 years in the University of Roorkee. Then he was for 16 years at HP in thermal Inkjet R&D. Presently he is visiting DIAT as a visiting faculty for 2 months.