Imagine displays that roll up and fit in your pocket. Imagine your clothes as a source of solar power. If microelectronics could be made flexible enough and low cost enough, then everything we use could be electronic.

Class Time: Tues., 1:25 - 4:25P

Class Location: 245 Olin Hall

The course is taught in collaboration with Binghamton University, GE, EI, IBM and USDC and consists of a series of lectures by academic and industrial experts. This course is part of the Cornell Flexible Electronics Initiative.

Course textbooks:

Flexible Flat Panel Displays (Wiley Series in Display Technology) (Hardcover)
by Gregory Crawford (Editor)
• Hardcover: 556 pages
• Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (June 21, 2005)
• Language: English
• ISBN: 0470870486

Principles of Electronic Packaging
by Donald Seraphim, et al.
• Hardcover: 962 pages
• Publisher: Mcgraw-Hill College (March 1, 1989)
• Language: English
• ISBN: 0070563063

For more information contact: Prof. Christopher Ober, MS&E, 310 Bard Hall, 5-8417;

For information about the course schedule, click here.