Chiara Mariotti

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July/August 2013 1527-3342/13/$31.00©2013IEEE Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/MMM.2013.2259398 Sangkil Kim (ksangkil3@gatech.edu) and Manos M. Tentzeris (etentze@ece.gatech.edu) are with the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 30332-250, USA. Chiara Mariotti (chiara.mariotti@ studenti.unipg.it),(More)
In this paper, a review of recent improvements on inkjet-printed microfluidic-based tunable/sensing RF systems is reported. The devices, such as Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) passive wireless tags, coplanar patch antennas, bandstop filters, and loop antennas, are all fabricated by combining the inkjet printing technology on photographic paper for(More)
This paper demonstrates the feasibility to manu­ facture high performance radio-frequency passive components on cellulose substrates by exploiting two novel technologies: the vertically integrated inkjet printing and the copper laminate method. Both processes are substrate independent and thus suitable for fabricating circuits on paper as well; moreover, in(More)
This paper aims to demonstrate that novel additive manufacturing (AM) technologies like metal adhesive laminate and multilayer inkjet printing can be effectively exploited to fabricate high-performing radio-frequency passive components on flexible substrates. Both processes are substrate independent and therefore suitable for manufacturing circuits on(More)
Vertically-integrated metal-insulator-metal (MIM) capacitors on silicon are demonstrated for the first time utilizing an entirely additive RF-specific inkjet-printing process. The inkjet-printed MIM capacitors demonstrate a high capacitance per unit area of up to 33 by utilizing novel dielectric inks, while achieving quality factors (Q) up to 25 and(More)
This paper proposes a review of several circuits for communication and wireless sensing applications implemented on cellulose-based materials. These circuits have been developed during the last years exploiting the adhesive copper laminate method. Such a technique relies on a copper adhesive tape that is shaped by a photo-lithographic process and then(More)
Ahmed Hassona1, Zhongxia Simon He1, Chiara Mariotti2, Franz Dielacher2, Vessen Vassilev1, Yinggang Li3, Joachim Oberhammer4, Herbert Zirath1 1Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden 2Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Villach, Austria 3Ericsson AB, Gothenburg, Sweden 4KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden Abstract—This paper(More)
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