Prof Zheng Cui, Director/VP
Printable Electronics Research Centre
Apr 01, 2014.
Berlin 2014 Presentation - Printable Electronics Research Centre*
Berlin 2014 Audio Presentation - Printable Electronics Research Centre*
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Update on high volume manufacturing of metal mesh touch panels
Application of metal mesh transparent conductive substrates for OLED and OPV
Update on printed electronics in China
Speaker Biography (Zheng Cui)
Professor Zheng Cui is the founding director of Printable Electronics Research Center (PERC). He received his PhD degree in electronic engineering at the Southeast University, China, in 1988, became a Visiting Fellow at the Microelectronics Research Center, Cambridge University, UK, in 1989. He joined the Central Microstructure Facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK, in 1993 and became a Principal Scientist and group leader since 1999. In 2009, after 20 years working in the UK, he returned to China and joined the Suzhou Institute of Nanotech, Chinese Academy of Science, where he set up the PERC. He has published 8 books (English and Chinese) in fields of micorfabrication and printed electronics, and more than 250 technical papers. He is also the founder and chairman of two companies for industrialization and commercialization of printed electronics.
Company Profile (Printable Electronics Research Centre)
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Printable Electronics Research Center (PERC) at the Suzhou Institute of Nanotech, Suzhou, China, is the first research center established in China 4 years ago dedicated printed electronics R&D. It has over 40 research staffs and postgraduate students. The research themes at PERC covers from synthesis of printable electronic materials, printing equipments and processes to printed electronics applications in OLED, OPV and thin-film transistors, as well as encapsulation of organic electronic devices. PERC undertakes a wide range of research projects with funding from the government, as well as working with industry to develop printed electronics based products.