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Janos Veres

Janos Veres leads PARC's Novel and Printed Electronics Program, exploring the Future of Electronics. His primary interest is in radically new manufacturing concepts: merging micro and macro to create electronics in new form factors, thus “freeing electronics from the box.” This includes large area, flexible, conformal image sensors and detector arrays for medical imaging or security applications; flexible, hybrid electronics using printing as a manufacturing technique for customized Internet of Things (IoT) devices; smart inks taking 2D and 3D printing beyond shapes and colors, adding electronics functionalities to automotive or wearable devices; and electronics that can configure themselves from microchip inks, dynamically change shape, or disintegrate on command.

Janos builds partnerships with material makers, printing, electronics and consumer product firms to create the next generation of electronics, while concurrently finding immediate commercialization opportunities.

Before joining PARC, Janos was CTO at PolyPhotonix, where he helped establish the company as a provider of OLED light therapy devices. Prior to that, he was at Eastman Kodak as Program Manager, creating new technology opportunities for displays and electronics manufacturing, such as atmospheric atomic layer deposition (ALD) tools, roll-coating and flexography. He also worked on specialty chemicals as a Business Research Associate at Merck, Avecia and Zeneca, where he managed joint development projects with major electronic and printing OEMs, leading to several world’s-first demonstrators. Janos started his career at Gestetner Byfleet (GBL), where he was responsible for developing organic photoreceptors. At GBL, he set up unique production lines for automated solution coating.

Janos holds a Ph.D. in Solid State Electronics from Imperial College, London. An author on over 30 patents and 50 publications, he published key findings in the physics of organic semiconductors and novel electronics devices.

Janos is an entrepreneurial technologist. His experience in corporate and startup technology firms make him passionate about the future of innovation and the democratization of manufacturing.

 

PARC publications

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2015

Printed Hybrid Logic Circuits

Printed Electronics Europe 2015

29 April 2015

2014

PARC Developments in Biomedical Devices

Sensor Technology and Systems Integration for Human Performance & Health Devices, Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium (NBMC)Worksh

17 October 2014

Development of Printed Electronics Platform

2014 International Workshop on Flexible & Printable Electronics

26 September 2014

From printed devices to printed hybrid systems

Nano Bio Manufacturing Consortium (NBMC) Wearable Electronics Workshop

23 May 2014

Novel printing processes for high performance transistors

2014FLEX 13th Annual Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference & Exhibition

3 February 2014

Hybrid printed electronics

FlexTech Conference 2014

3 February 2014

2013

Printed circuits and sensing systems

American Vacuum Society 60th International Symposium and Exhibition

30 October 2013

Ink-jet and gravure printed electronics

2013 Sociedade Brasileira de Pesquisa em Materiais (SBPMAt) Meeting - 2013 Brazillian Materials Research Society (B-MRS) Meetin

30 September 2013

Printed organic integrated circuits for sensor systems

International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics (ICFPE)

11 September 2013

Towards gravure printed electronics, a systematic approach

Gordon Research Conference: Thin Film and Crystal Growth

7 July 2013

Comparison of organic pulse-generator circuits for ferroelectric memories fabricated by all-additive printing

4th International Conference on Semiconductor Technology for Ultra Large Scale Integrated Circuits and Thin Film Transistors

7 July 2013

Hybrid printed electronic systems

Spring 2014 Meeting of the Materials Research Society

21 April 2013

Flexible, large-area sensor circuits fabricated by additive printing

2013 and Beyond: Flexible Electronics Symposium at TMS Annual Meeting

4 March 2013

From lab-scale ink-jet to mass-printed circuits

2013 Flextech Flexible Electronics and Displays Conference

29 January 2013

Creating the future of printed electronics

Flextech (FLEX2013)

29 January 2013

2012

Printed circuits and sensors for flexible electronic devices

International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics 2012

6 September 2012

Flexible, large-area sensor circuits fabricated by additive printing

2012 NanoTechnology for Defense Conference

8 August 2012

Ink and substrate interactions in printed field-effect transistors

Printing Electronics - Ink and Substrate Interactions

2 August 2012

Scalable logic-addressed memory: printing integration of organic complementary logic and ferroelectric memory

Large-area, Organic and Printed Electronics Convention (LOPE-C)

20 June 2012

Atomic layer dielectric deposition for flexible organic transistors

Materials Research Society Spring Meeting 2012

12 April 2012

Inkjet printed organic circuits for addressing non-volatile memory

2012 Spring Meeting of the Materials Research Society

10 April 2012

Mass production of flexible printed temperature sensors

Spring 2012 Materials Research Society Meeting

9 April 2012

Flexible and printed electronic sensing systems

Design West: Sensors in Design

29 March 2012

Atomic layer dielectric deposition for flexible transistors

2012 Flexible Electronics & Displays Conference

9 February 2012

Organic complementary decoder circuits patterned by inkjet printing for addressing memory elements

2012 Flexible Electronics and Displays Conference

8 February 2012

Mass produced printed temperature sensors

FlexTech Alliance 2012 Flexible Electronics and Displays Conference

8 February 2012

2011

Organic complementary circuits and resistive memory patterned by inkjet

Large-area Organic and Printed Electronics Convention (LOPE-C)

30 June 2011