A New Light Source for Medicine (Printed Electronics USA 2008)

Prof Ifor D W Samuel, Organic Semiconductor Centre
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Dec 03, 2008.

Presentation Summary

  • rapid growth of skin cancer
  • unmet clinical need for simple treatment
  • demonstration of ambulatory treatment by OLEDs

Speaker Biography (Ifor D W Samuel)

Professor Samuel received his PhD from the University of Cambridge. He is currently founder and director of the Organic Semiconductor Centre at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. His research concerns new materials and device concepts for printed electronics.

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