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- MEMS, packaging, and printing
- microsprings for integrated circuit packaging and testing; novel viscous liquid printing concepts; xerographic micro-chip assembly
- thin-film transistor integration with MEMS; large-area printed organic electronics research
- Ph.D. and M.S., Electrical Engineering, & M.S. in management science and engineering, Stanford University; B.S., engineering physics, U.C. Berkeley
- leads client services sales and transaction team for all of PARC
- helps create new opportunities, shape and spearhead commercial partnerships, and enable the commercialization of PARC’s breakthrough technologies
M.S. in Intellectual Capital Management and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Management from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden
- printed electronics for digital processing and device integration toward low-cost manufacturing fabrication and novel device applications
- passion for developing disruptive technologies that may improve our lives
- Ph.D. and B.S., Physics, Rutgers University and Peking University respectively
- 60 issued U.S. patents and more than 60 journal publications and book chapters
- Current research focuses on novel micro- and nano-systems and integrated 3D smart objects and sensors for healthcare and biomedical applications
- broad experience in MEMS, bioMEMS, lab-on-a-chip systems, microfluidics, and the lifecycle of advance biomedical microdevice development: including design, mechanics of materials, material and process development, and device and biological response study.
- Developed a battery-less MEMS ocular implant for controlled and on-demand delivery of drug for treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy
- Ph.D. and a M.A.Sc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of British Columbia; B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Tehran.
- precision sensor system research and development
- nanofabrication, photonics/optics, spectroscopy, device packaging, biosensing, data analysis, algorithm development, and simulations and modeling of physical systems
- carbon nanotube-based sensor networks for measuring methane emissions as part of the ARPA-E MONITOR program.
- Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Princeton University; B.S., Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Nanotechnology for Clean Energy IGERT fellowship at Princeton
- large-area electronic materials and devices
- printing technologies to replace photolithographic techniques
- solution-based organic materials to create large-area transistor and sensor arrays
- previous work on digital x-ray imaging commercialized through PARC spin-off dPix
- holds 78 patents and published more than 350 papers
- American Physical Society David Adler Award; American Institute of Physics prize for Industrial Applications of Physics
- Ph.D., B.S., Physics, Cambridge University
- additive manufacturing technologies, design and fabrication of microdevices, microrobotic manipulation
- printed methane sensor networks, assembly of microchips and particles, printing of smart objects
- Ph.D., electrical and computer engineering, University of Toronto; M.S. and B.S., mechatronics engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology.
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