Jan Vanfleteren focuses mostly in the field of Encapsulation (networking), narrowing it down to matters related to Computer security and, in some cases, Key (lock). His Key (lock) study frequently links to related topics such as Computer security. His work on Composite material is typically connected to Deformation (meteorology) as part of general Polymer study, connecting several disciplines of science. Jan Vanfleteren performs integrative study on Composite material and Polymer. Jan Vanfleteren connects relevant research areas such as Pattern recognition (psychology) and Embedding in the realm of Artificial intelligence. His Optics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Photodiode and Waveguide. Jan Vanfleteren undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Waveguide and Optics in his work. He connects Electrical engineering with Electronic engineering in his research. He merges many fields, such as Electronic engineering and Electrical engineering, in his writings.
Jan Vanfleteren performs integrative Composite material and Polymer research in his work. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Polymer and Composite material. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Electrical engineering and Electronic engineering via his papers. His Nanotechnology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Layer (electronics). Layer (electronics) is often connected to Polyimide in his work. In his study, Jan Vanfleteren carries out multidisciplinary Optoelectronics and Electrical engineering research. The study of Electronics is intertwined with the study of Stretchable electronics in a number of ways. His study deals with a combination of Telecommunications and Interconnection. He incorporates Interconnection and Telecommunications in his studies.
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Design of metal interconnects for stretchable electronic circuits
Mario Gonzalez;Fabrice Axisa;Mathieu Vanden Bulcke;Dominique Brosteaux.
Microelectronics Reliability (2008)
Design and Fabrication of Elastic Interconnections for Stretchable Electronic Circuits
D. Brosteaux;Fabrice Axisa;M. Gonzalez;J. Vanfleteren.
IEEE Electron Device Letters (2007)
Design of an Implantable Slot Dipole Conformal Flexible Antenna for Biomedical Applications
Maria Lucia Scarpello;D. Kurup;H. Rogier;D. Vande Ginste.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (2011)
A 3D printed dry electrode for ECG/EEG recording
Pietro Salvo;Robrecht Raedt;Evelien Carrette;David Schaubroeck.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2012)
Real-time monitoring of metabolic function in liver-on-chip microdevices tracks the dynamics of mitochondrial dysfunction.
Danny Bavli;Sebastian Prill;Elishai Ezra;Gahl Levy.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
Method for manufacturing a stretchable electronic device
Fabrice Axisa;Jan Vanfleteren;Thomas Vervust.
Stretchable electronic device
Jan Vanfleteren;Frederick Bossuyt;Fabrice Axisa.
Methods for embedding conducting material and devices resulting from said methods
Jan Vanfleteren;Dominique Brosteaux;Fabrice Axisa.
Printed circuit board technology inspired stretchable circuits
J. Vanfleteren;M. Gonzalez;F. Bossuyt;Y. Y. Hsu.
Mrs Bulletin (2012)
Adhesion enhancement by a dielectric barrier discharge of PDMS used for flexible and stretchable electronics
R Morent;N De Geyter;F Axisa;N De Smet.
Journal of Physics D (2007)
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