David Eric Schwartz
David Eric Schwartz has a background in mixed-signal CMOS circuit design, biosensing, and software engineering. In the energy domain, his PARC research has focused on efficient systems, including novel space-cooling and refrigeration technologies and heat engines. In the printed electronics area at PARC, he has applied his expertise in device modeling and circuit design and testing to printed organic electronics technology -- enabling larger, more complex, and more reliable systems to be fabricated.
David received his B.S. in Mathematics from Brown University, and spent several years as a software engineer and architect before acquiring his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University. While at Columbia, he developed an active CMOS substrate for time-resolved fluorescence detection of DNA.
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DOE’s BENEFIT Initiative Seeks Low-Cost Building Sensors
31 August 2016 | RFID Journal
PARC to Supply Plastic Electronic Methane Sensors for BP
2 July 2015 | +Plastic Electronics
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Printed Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensor Arrays for Natural Gas Leak Detection (invited)
2 December 2016 | Boston, MA
Integrated Digital Printing of Flexible Circuit for Wireless Sensing
1 September 2016 | San Diego, CA
Printed Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensor Arrays
1 June 2016