Since joining PARC, Patrick Maeda has been leading efforts to develop new optical technologies in laser scanning, imaging, optical sensing, illumination, and solar concentration. His most recent work has produced inventions in multiple beam scanners for printing, novel luminaire architectures for solid-state lighting, and innovative solar concentrating optical systems which led to a PARC venture with SolFocus, Inc.
Patrick previously worked at Xerox where he designed many of the printheads used in Xerox' line of laser printers and received Xerox Corporation's President's Achievement Award for work on Xerox' flagship color and black and white printer products (1992). Prior to joining Xerox, Patrick developed electro-optical sensors for infrared systems at General Dynamics.
Patrick received his M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and B.S. degree with a double major in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He holds 28 patents in the areas of optical systems, diffractive optics, MEMS, optical sensors, image processing, and laser scanning systems.
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Xerox Could Blow Open Concentrating Solar Power Field With New Printer
5 April 2016 | CleanTechnica
Xerox PARC Working on Cheaper Photovoltaics
30 March 2016 | Energy Manager Today
A Xerox Machine for Super Solar Panels
25 March 2016 | MIT Technology Review
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Electrophotography and Micro Assembly - Printing as a Massive Parallel, Digital Manufacturing Process
28 March 2016 | Phoenix, AR
Visit us at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit 2016
29 February 2016 - 2 March 2016 | Washington, DC
Micro Chiplet Printer for Microscale Photovoltaic System Assembly
16 June 2015 | New Orleans, LA