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Kateri Paul
Capture Manager for Public Sector Operations

Kateri Paul is the Capture Manager for Public Sector Operations and leads the development of PARC's research proposals to state and federal government agencies. She works closely with principal investigators and management evaluating new government R&D priorities, analyzing synergies with PARC's core competencies, and generating compelling research proposals that advance PARC's technology commercialization goals. 

Prior to joining PARC, Kateri was the Vice President for Program Development at Nano Terra, Inc., a small business focused on technology and product development. There she developed both commercial partnerships and government projects from proposal stage through contracting, subcontracting, and execution, working closely with the Head of R&D and Principal Investigators (PIs). She also served as a PI. Her previous experience includes ten years at Nomadics/ICx Technologies/FLIR Systems, where she started as a senior scientist and evolved to product manager and program manager in areas as diverse as chemical and biological defense, fluorescence-based chemical detection, building protection, and infrared emitters. There she managed multi-million-dollar, multi-site, cross-disciplinary projects for defense primes and government customers.

Kateri received her Ph.D. and A.M. in Chemistry and Chemical Biology from Harvard University, and her A.B.in Chemistry with honors from Bryn Mawr College. She completed her doctoral work on the fabrication and application of nanostructures produced through a range of soft lithographic techniques. From 2001-2003, Kateri was a post-doctoral researcher at PARC where she developed approaches for printing organic electronics, particularly for display-based applications.  She is an author on over 20 papers and inventor on eight patents.

 

PARC publications

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2004

Digital-lithographic processing for thin-film transistor array fabrication

Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Amorphous and Microcrystalline Semiconductors

31 December 2004

All jet-printed polymer thin film transistor active-matrix backplanes (Invited talk)

American Chemical Society National Meeting

22 August 2004

Print-patterned polymer-semiconductor and amorphous silicon active-matrix display

USDC Third Annual Flexible Displays and Microelectronics Conference

10 February 2004

2003

Additive jet printing of polymer thin-film transistors

Applied Physics Letters

8 September 2003

Effective jet printing of organic semiconducting polymers

2003 MRS Spring Meeting Proceedings

12 June 2003

2002

Jet printing for large area electronics

International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies (NIP 18)

29 September 2002