Prof Arved Huebler, Managing Director
Printed Systems GMBH, Germany
Apr 08, 2008.
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Speaker Biography (Arved Huebler)
Professor Dr. Arved Hübler (year of birth 1960) is the founder, managing director and technical director of printed systems GmbH. He is responsible for the fields of research & development and production. He studied physics and engineering science and did a doctor's degree with the topic "Colour deviation in printing". Between 1992 and 1997 he was employed at Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe Gütersloh, a subsidiary of Bertelsmann AG. In the largest printing plant in Europe he assumed the technical directory and became a member of the extended company management. In 1997 Arved Hübler was appointed to a professorship at Institute for Print and Media Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology. The institute is managed by him and belongs to the leading institutes of research in printed polymer electronics worlwide. In 2003 the first mass-printed transistor was introduced. 2005 the Institute for Print and Media Technology developed the first entirely printed circuit in operation with BASF AG, Lucent Technologies Bell Labs in Murray Hill (USA) and printed systems GmbH.
Company Profile (Printed Systems GmbH)
**COMPANY OUT OF BUSINESS SINCE APRIL 2009**
printed systems uses specialized mass printing processes to produce paper electronics fast and cost-effective. The new crossmedia-technology CROSSLINK, consisting of environment-friendly electronic paper cards with imprinted data memory and a low cost USB reader, bridges paper to internet for read@home products. Using this cost effective technology, CROSSLINK provides the base for a new category of applications in various fields like marketing, entertainment and medicine. The cards are already in use in dialogue marketing projects and games but can also be used for micro payment or customer loyalty programmes. In the plant in Chemnitz printed systems produces millions of data memories a day by high speed roll to roll printing.