Towards Electronics Everywhere - Hybrid Integration Case Study (Printed Electronics Europe 2018)

Dr Kari Ronka, Research Team Leader
VTT Finland
Finland
 

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Speaker Biography (Kari Ronka)

Dr. Kari Rönkä received his M.Sc. degree in applied physics and Dr. Tech. degree in electronics manufacturing technology from the Helsinki University of Technology (TKK), Espoo, Finland, in 1991 and 2001, respectively. In 1996 - 2006 he was working in Nokia Networks and Selmic in several line, project, technology and business management positions related to electronics manufacturing engineering. In VTT since 2006, he has worked in several senior reseacher and technology manager positions in areas of micromodules, packaging and printed functionality. Currently he is working as Product Line Manager for Printed Hybrid Systems in Printed Functional Solutions knowledge center. His research interests include technology, concept and commercial issues for smart system integration, printed functionality and plastic integration. He is also a Project Coordinator in FACESS (FP7ICT2007-215271) project.

Company Profile (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland)

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VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is a globally networked multitechnological contract research organization. In the area of printed intelligence and electronics VTT creates new innovations based on the integration of technologies and processes from the printing/paper and ICT/electronics industries. VTT's activities in Printed Intelligence combines extensive know-how - of electronics, optoelectronics, chemistry, biotechnology, optics and printing - to develop printed components and systems, which allow cost efficient embedding of simple intelligence everywhere. VTT has unique pilot factory facilities and know-how in roll-to-roll manufacturing of printed intelligence products.
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