Dr John Cocker, Business Unit Director-Printable Electronics
Centre for Process Innovation
Europe 2018 Presentation - Centre for Process Innovation*
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Printable electronics offers the potential to add functionality to everyday objects in form factors that would be difficult in conventional technologies. Healthcare in particular is recognising the value offered by thin flexible functionality that can be incorporated into products or packaging to improve supply chain monitoring, diagnostics and imaging.
Speaker Biography (John Cocker)
John is the Business Unit Director at the National Printed Electronics Centre at CPI.
He has a DPhil in Chemistry and has spent most of his working career in industry with multinational chemical companies. He has extensive experience of new product development and introduction at DuPont, including leading global teams to identify opportunities and to develop electronics materials across a range of industrial sectors including photovoltaic, automotive and medical. He also worked with technology development companies to accelerate bringing product to market.
Prior to joining CPI he was Head of Innovation and Technology at a medium sized engineering company providing emissions solutions.
Company Profile (Centre for Process Innovation Ltd)
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CPI are a leading independent technology innovation center and a founding member of the UK Government's High Value Manufacturing Catapult. Established in 2004, our teams apply their many years of experience to ensure that every great invention gets the best opportunity to become a successfully marketed product or process. We work with our partners across diverse markets in the UK and around the world, driving their innovations forward and helping them to reduce the risk and cost associated with product development.