PARC Continues Momentum in Printed Electronics — Creating New Partnerships and Markets
Phoenix, Arizona — PARC, a Xerox company, today announced continued momentum in the printed and flexible electronics industry. With a strong presence at 2012FLEX and an ecosystem of clients and partners that help bridge the gaps in moving from concept to market, PARC is poised to advance novel materials, process technologies, printed building blocks, and systems. To learn more, please visit PARC’s booth #26 at 2012FLEX.
PARC’s partnerships extend to consumer product manufacturers, chemical companies, substrate manufacturers, image sensor makers, and the transportation industry. Engagements include government agencies such as DARPA; commercial partners such as Thinfilm; clients such as BASF; and companies created from core technology such as dpiX.
PARC designs, analyzes, models, fabricates, and prototypes materials, devices and systems, and also models manufacturing processes for organizations wanting to commercialize printed and flexible electronics for new applications. Opportunities are particularly ripe in the consumer packaged goods, cleantech, and biomedical industries.
Many of PARC’s world-leading expert scientists were selected to present:
- Tse Nga (Tina) Ng, Ph.D “Organic Complementary Decoder Circuits Patterned by Inkjet Printing for Addressing Memory Elements” February 8 @ 1:40 p.m.
- Gregory Whiting, Ph.D. “Mass Produced Printed Temperature Sensors” February 8 @ 3:45 p.m
- Janos Veres, Ph.D. “Panel: Where it All Starts – Getting Materials to Work Together” February 9 @ 10:05 a.m.
- Leah Lavery, Ph.D “Atomic Layer Dielectric Deposition for Flexible Transistors” February 9 @ 1:40 p.m.
- Raj Apte, Ph.D. “Realizing a High-Margin Opportunity: Flexible Radiation Detectors”
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. Practicing open innovation, we provide custom R&D services, technology, expertise, best practices, and IP to global Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies, startups, and government agency partners. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and reduce risk for our clients.
Since its inception PARC has pioneered many technology platforms – from the Ethernet and laser printing to the GUI and ubiquitous computing – and has enabled the creation of many industries. Incorporated as an independent subsidiary of Xerox in 2002, PARC today continues the research that enables breakthroughs for our clients’ businesses.
Our work is centered around a series of Focus Areas that we believe are the future of science and technology.
We’re continually developing new technologies, many of which are available for Commercialization.
PARC scientists and staffers are active members and contributors to the science and technology communities.