A Principal Scientist at PARC, Raj B. Apte also manages the Prototype Devices and Circuits team. His current work focuses on materials, fabrication, circuits, and systems using a-Si, p-Si, and novel inorganic semiconductors. Raj has 37 issued U.S. patents and 76 publications in the areas of spread spectrum coding, semiconductor lasers, micromachined light valves, micromachined displays, scanners, x-ray imaging components, amorphous and polysilicon circuits and systems, printed organic electronics, active matrix testing, and large-area acoustics. Technologies Raj has worked on have been licensed to Xerox, dpiX, Sony, Cypress, UniPixel, UltraScan, and Stanford University.
Dr. Apte earned his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Stanford University, and received his B.S. degree summa cum laude with distinction from U.C. Berkeley. He is also a nationally recognized amateur brewer/cider-maker/vintner who has presented papers on wood aging and micro-oxygenation of beer, Flemish sour ales, and the modern revival of Ward's Gingerbeer Plant.
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