Arshad Khan is a joint postdoctoral research fellow between the Human-Computer Interaction Group, Multimodal Computing and Interaction (M2CI) Cluster of Excellence, and the Leibniz Institute for New Materials (Leibniz-INM). He graduated from GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences & Technology with a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, from Jeju National University with a Master degree in Mechatronic Engineering, and from the University of Hong Kong with a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering. Dr. Khan’s current research focuses on printed electronics and digital fabrications for on-skin interactions.
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Soft Inkjet Circuits
We introduce multi-ink functional printing on a desktop printer for realizing multi-material devices, including conductive and isolating inks. This enables circuits on a wide set of materials including tempo-rary tattoo paper, textiles, and thermoplastic.