Iker ArroyoIker Arroyo holds a Master on Engineering and Technology of Electronic Systems (Rovira i Virgili University) and a Bachelor in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Specialist in semiconductor technology for optoelectronic applications. Expert in simulation, design and modeling of LEDs (OLEDs and hyLEDs) based on quantum dot technology. Currently at Eurecat he is the head of the In Mould Electronics research line, at the Functional Printing and Embedded Devices Unit.
Plastronics is evolving to fulfill the needs of most mobility sectors. As requirements increase, the technology is also experiencing quantum leaps to be able to integrate low-cost high-performance printed electronics inside of structural plastic parts. A new automotive use case will be presented, diving deep into the challenges in the thermoforming process. In addition, specific details on the limits of thermoformability will be described.