Printed And Embedded Advanced Asset Monitoring Sensors
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom H
12:10 - 12:30
Speaker Biography (Sameh Dardona)
Sameh received his Ph.D. degree from The Georgia Institute of Technology, in Applied Physics in 2006.
Since 2006, he has been with the United Technologies Research Center (UTRC), East Hartford, CT. He is currently an associate director for research and innovation at UTRC, leading the printed electronics program. He is responsible for developing printed functional materials and devices for the aerospace and building industries applications. His research interests include electronics additive manufacturing, advanced and embedded sensors, Physics based device modeling and manufacturing of flexible electronics.
Dr. Dardona has been recognized with two UTRC Outstanding Achievement Awards, as well as numerous Great Job and Extra Effort Awards. He publish shed numerous peer reviewed scientific articles and currently holds more than 45 U. S. patents/patent applications.
Company Profile (United Technologies Research Center)
United Technologies Research Center (UTRC), the corporate research center for United Technologies Corporation, is headquartered in East Hartford, CT. UTRC plays a key role as the corporation's innovation engine, focusing on advanced technologies. The center employs approximately 600 research scientists, engineers, and support staff (85% of technical staff have advanced degrees). UTRC performs basic, applied and exploratory research in a broad spectrum of technologies including chemical sciences, fluid mechanics, electronics materials and structures, information technology, and systems technology. The center has component and system level modeling tools, material development laboratories, fabrication and characterization laboratories, and combustion test facilities for component and prototype system testing.
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