Corie Cobb is a contributor to PARC's Cleantech Innovation Program. With a broad background that encompasses product design, mechanics of materials, MEMS, optimization and computational modeling, Corie is currently applying her knowledge to novel printing, extrusion, and thin film patterning technologies.
Prior to joining PARC, Corie worked at Applied Materials as a mechanical engineer designing hardware for plasma etch applications. Corie has also worked in the areas of ink jet printing, optical Micro-electro-mechanical Systems (MEMS), imaging, and industrial design for portable electronics through internships at Hewlett-Packard, Bell Labs, Google, and Toshiba (Japan), respectively.
Corie holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from UC Berkeley where her research focused on both engineering education and developing design synthesis and optimization tools for MEMS design. She received her M.S. in Mechanical Engineering and her B.S. in Product Design from Stanford University.
in the news view all
PARC Materials Scientists Print Two Thirds of a Battery in 1 Go
15 June 2015 | Scientific American
news releases view all
events view all
Co-extruded Integral Battery Structures
7 April 2015
Visit PARC’s Booths at the 2015 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit
9 February 2015 - 11 February 2015 | National Harbor, MD