Eugene's work has covered the areas of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), packaging, printing, assemby and biomedical devices. Currently, he is focused on drug delivery devices and xerographic micro-assembly printing an microsprings for integrated circuit packaging and testing.
He has also worked on thin film transistor integration with MEMS as well as large area printed organic electronics. Prior to coming to PARC, he developed through wafer electrical interconnects in silicon, 2d arrays of atomic force piezoresistive cantilevers, and deep plasma etching techniques.
Dr. Eugene Chow earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in electrical engineering from Stanford University, along with an M.S. in management science and engineering. He received his B.S. in engineering physics from the University of California, Berkeley. He has over 60 issued patents and 40 journal and conference publications.
In his free time, Eugene used to play a lot of golf and tennis -- but he's now busy chasing two toddlers.
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6 December 2014 | The Economist
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Visit us at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit 2016
29 February 2016 - 2 March 2016 | Washington, DC
MicroJet Array for Ballistic Drug Delivery
13 October 2015 | Boston, MA
Microjet Array for Needle-free Biolistic Drug Delivery
24 June 2015 | San Diego, CA