Printed Programmable Logic (Printed Electronics & Photovoltaics USA 2009)

Mr Scott White, CEO
Nano ePrint Ltd, UK
United Kingdom
 
Dez 03, 2009.

Presentation Summary

  • Avoiding the "killer application" trap
  • Learning from silicon: programmability is key
  • An architecture for printed programmability

Speaker Biography (Scott White)

Scott White is an experienced serial entrepreneur, now leading his sixth technology venture as CEO of PragmatIC. He is also a board director at mobile visual search company Cortexica. Past successes include Azea Networks, which he grew from concept to eight figure sales levels before the business was acquired. He has lived and worked across the globe including Australia, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, the US and the UK. Scott has a first-class Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Western Australia, with triple majors in Pure Maths, Applied Maths and Information Technology.

Company Profile (Nano ePrint)

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Nano ePrint was formed in 2006 following pioneering research at the University of Manchester in the UK. Nano ePrint's technology enables planar nanoelectronic circuits that can uniquely be fabricated in a single layer of semiconductor via single-step patterning. Nano ePrint's devices achieve very high speeds while dramatically reducing circuit size and simplifying manufacture. Nano ePrint has also developed a configurable circuit architecture to deliver the world's first printed programmable logic circuits, allowing one circuit to simultaneously address multiple applications. The Nano ePrint approach opens up prospects for low-cost, high-performance printed electronics across a wide range of market opportunities.
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