ASU students show an example of a silicon-based element with embedded electrodes that will be able to sense movement in body parts in Assistant Professor Umit Ogras’ lab. Photo by Deanna Dent/ASU Now

The flexible future of electronics

ASU engineer receives NSF early-career award for work that may someday put your phone not in your pocket but on your sleeve

Think your tech is cool? Wait until you see what Umit Ogras is working on.

Umit Ogras
Graduate students show an example of a traditional electric board (left) and the flexible, solar-powered board that can be used in wearable monitors in ASU Assistant Professor Umit Ogras’ lab in Tempe on June 28. Photo by Deanna Dent/ASU Now

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