Dr Monica Davis, Manager, Business Development, Performance Materials Division
EMD Chemicals - An Affiliate of Merck KGaA
Dec 05, 2012.
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• Introduction to EMD Chemicals' activities in OPV and organic sensor materials
• Iterative material development enables optimization of device efficiency in non-halogenated formulations
• Robust, scalable materials are demonstrated to meet Mass Production needs for sensors and OPV devices
Speaker Biography (Monica Davis)
Dr. Monica K. Davis manages Business Development for Performance Materials at EMD Chemicals, a North American Affiliate of Merck KGaA, with responsibility for lisicon® Organic Electronic and Photovoltaic materials and for isiphor® phosphors for solid state lighting. Prior to EMD, Dr. Davis led the white LED development team at Luminus Devices. She previously specialized in semiconductor lasers and fiber optic components for telecommunications, including work for Avanex, Corning Lasertron, and Corning Incorporated. She received her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and holds an MBA from the Leaders for Manufacturing program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Company Profile (EMD Performance Materials)
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EMD Chemicals' material scientists develop advanced materials for existing and emerging technologies. Our portfolio includes licristal® liquid crystals, licrivue® reactive mesogens, isishape® structuring solutions, livilux®OLED materials, lisicon® organic electronic and organic photovoltaic materials, isiphor® phosphors for LEDs, Patinal® optical evaporants and solarpur®AR coatings. EMD Chemical's Performance Materials are used in display, lighting and photovoltaic applications.
EMD Chemicals is a North American affiliate of Merck KGaA of Darmstadt, Germany, a global pharmaceutical and chemical company with total revenues of €10.3 billion in 2011, a history that began in 1668, and a future shaped by more than 40,000 employees in 67 countries.