Deformable Electronics: Printed Circuits, Conductive Insulators, Liquid-Metal Veins

This is a lecture prepared for Physics 1E03 at McMaster University by Adam Fortais. 1E03 is a first-year engineering course that covers electronics and circuit design. This lecture was designed to show how the concepts covered in the course show up in actual research papers.

This lecture was based on an article by Adam that was published in Physics Today, focusing on a paper by the Dickey Group at North Carolina State University. You can find the Physics Today article HERE and the original research paper HERE.

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