Ping Mei is a member of the Electronic Materials and Devices Laboratory at PARC. She is currently working on printed electronics for digital processing and device integration toward low-cost manufacturing fabrication and novel device applications.
Ping previously worked at PARC from 1992-2001, when she studied and developed various techniques for amorphous Si and poly-Si TFT fabrication, especially laser crystallization and laser doping techniques for flat panel imaging applications. In 2001, she joined Hewlett Packard Labs on a quest to develop roll-to-roll fabrication process for building electronic devices on flexible substrates. She co-invented and developed self-aligned imprint lithography for display backplane. In 2013, she returned to PARC, continuing her passion for developing disruptive technologies that may improve our lives.
Dr. Mei received her Ph.D. and B.S. degrees in physics from Rutgers University and Peking University respectively. She has over 60 issued U.S. patents and more than 60 journal publications and book chapters in the field of semiconductor materials, thin film transistors, and large-area electronics. She has received a number of individual and team awards in semiconductor and large-area electronics research area.
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