Diana Hellman currently works at Fujifilm North America Corporation, and is the director of New Business Development. In this role, she gets to work on a wide variety of products, from infrastructure-inspection software to thin films that reflect or block different light frequencies, from microfiltration membranes to ion-exchange membranes, and numerous other technologies. She earned her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Colorado; she worked in tape-storage development and hard-drive development prior to her current position. Technology is what drives her. When she isn't working or satisfying her curiosity by learning about new things, she is usually found riding and racing her bike.
FUJIFILM Dimatix, the world's premier provider of piezoelectric inkjet printheads and systems, has more than 32 years of experience in advancing the performance of drop-on-demand dispensing devices with its state-of-the-art MEMS technology. The Dimatix Materials Printer, a cartridge-based piezoelectric inkjet printing system that enables direct deposition of functional fluids to create products like displays, RFID antennas, smart tags, DNA arrays, smart packaging, solar cells, and wearable electronics, has been accepted as the industry standard for the accelerated development of inkjet solutions in electronics, displays, life sciences, photovoltaics, and other industries.