Scott Solberg works in cleantech technologies such as gridline printing and ink development for solar cells, as well as concentrated photovoltaic technologies (with new venture SolFocus, Inc.). He has also worked on the piezoelectric thick film deposition, firing, and release process for a printing application, including the development of a novel ceramic paste with greatly improved drying characteristics.
Other products and processes Scott has also worked on include: metal and oxide thin film coatings for an integrated printhead application; piezoelectric deposition processes, especially using a novel hydrothermal growth technology; and large-scale sputter process development for piezoelectric zinc oxide (for acoustic ink printing). Prior to coming to PARC, Scott worked at the Optical Coating Laboratory where he worked on thin-film deposition of optical interference filter coatings, in both production and R&D departments.
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Functional printing by focused flow co-extrusion
5 March 2010 | San Jose, CA
Electrical performance tests on multi-crystalline silicon solar cells printed with extrusion, a novel metallization technology
21 September 2009 - 25 September 2009 | Hamburg, Germany