Janos Veres, Palo Alto Research Center presents: “Printed digital objects”

Janos Veres, Program Manager at Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) – A Xerox Company, will present at the 3D Printing Materials Conference: “Printed digital objects”.

Today’s 3D printing will soon give way to another incredible revolution – printing your own electronics.  From smart labels to printing in space,  the use of printing as a manufacturing technique is an exciting opportunity. In this session, Janos Veres of PARC, a Xerox company, will detail the latest research and developments that are leading new breakthroughs in printing digital electronic systems directly into products. He will also discuss how printed electronics are poised to change the landscape of product function and design, as well as the capabilities that customers and you can leverage today.

About Janos Veres
Janos leads PARC’s  Printed Electronics Program. His interests are combining disruptive material, process, and device technologies to enable 2D and 3D printed electronics: flexible circuits, sensors, memory and hybrid  systems, with a focus on helping clients in commercialization. Janos has held R&D and manufacturing management positions in material, printing and electronics companies including PolyPhotonix, Kodak, Merck, Avecia, Gestetner where he developed printed circuits, specialty functional materials, OLEDs, displays, medical devices as well as printing/coating technologies including electrophotography, flexography, and offset printing. Janos holds a Ph.D. in Solid State Electronics from Imperial College in London.

PARCAbout PARC, a Xerox Company
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 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, wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox in 2002, PARC today continues the research that enables breakthroughs for our clients’ businesses.

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