Technologies and manufacturing processes enabled by novel inkjet techniques (Printed Electronics Europe 2007)

Dr Colin Marsh, Manager, New Applications
The Technology Partnership, United Kingdom


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Presentation Summary

  • Opportunities for new inkjet technologies
  • Process replacement
  • Novel devices: unusual printable materials and structures

Speaker Biography

Colin Marsh is a technologist working in the field of next-generation digital printing systems. His interests include digital decoration applications as well as printed electronics, security printing, functional manufacturing using printing, and photovoltaic manufacture technologies. He has worked at TTP for eight years and holds a PhD from Oxford university.

Company Profile

The Technology Partnership (TTP) is Europe's leading independent technology development and licensing company. TTP was established in 1987, its headquarters are based in Melbourn and it employs 300 scientists and engineers.
TTP's primary activity is creating new business based on advances in technology. TTP's technology lies behind many products and processes in areas as diverse as digital printing, communications, instrumentation, consumer products, drug discovery, drug delivery and software. We also work in a traditional consultancy role to help companies manage their business and technology better. Our customers include some of the world's largest and most successful as well as some of the smallest and most ambitious. TTP incubates new companies and manages a Venture Capital fund which invests in early stage technology start-ups.
At the heart of everything that we do lies innovation and innovative thinking. We believe that innovation is of supreme importance to any company with ambition to survive and grow. It is the process that enables a company to respond to competitive pressure and a changing competitive environment and, most importantly, it is what enables a company to be more tomorrow that it was yesterday.