is a PARC Principal Scientist and manages the Microsystems Technology area. His work covers the areas of microelectro-mechanical systems (MEMS), packaging and printing. He has over 60 issued patents and 40 journal and conference publications. Eugene earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, along with an M.S. in Management Science and Engineering, and a B.S. in Engineering Physics from the University of California, Berkeley.
PARC received this new award, after completing its original $1 million contract, as part of ARPA-E’s Modern Electro/ Thermochemical Advancements for Light-metal Systems (METALS) Program, which, in part, aims to develop cost-effective and energy-efficient manufacturing techniques to process and recycle light metals. “Our technology could change the way we recycle, and we’re excited ARPA-E is..."