Printing the Future - Building the Trillion Sensor Network One Droplet at a Time
Grand Ballroom G
09:25 - 09:50
Currently, there are hundreds of sensors in our automobiles, homes, smart devices, and wearable technologies. As this trend continues, it is reasonable to predict that by 2020, we will interact with thousands of sensors every day. This presentation will explore the emergence of the Trillion Sensor Network (TSN) and the new fabrication and manufacturing strategies required to support rapidly growing manufacturing volumes and the demands for increasing sensor performance.
Speaker Biography (James W. Stasiak)
Jim Stasiak is a Distinguished Technologist in Hewlett-Packard's Advanced Technology and Products Lab in Corvallis, Oregon. His current responsibilities include the identification and development of emerging technologies that uniquely extend HP's digital printing capabilities and competencies into new technology and application domains. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Jim has held engineering management, senior level technologist and staff scientist positions at HP, Xerox, Tektronix and IBM. He is recognized as one of the pioneers who showed how digital fabrication methods can transform the way products are designed, prototyped and manufactured. Jim's current research interests include the development of functional materials and the adaptation of digital fabrication methods to enable and accelerate innovations in bioprinting and bioengineering. Jim holds Bachelor's degrees in Physics and Philosophy from Lewis University (1977) and a Master's degree in Physics from Southern Illinois University (1979).
Company Profile (Hewlett Packard)
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, incorporated on February 25, 2015, is a provider of technology solutions. The Company's segments include: Enterprise Group, Software, Financial Services and Corporate Investments. The Enterprise Group segment provides its customers with the technology infrastructure they need to optimize traditional information technology (IT). The Software segment allows its customers to automate IT operations to simplify, accelerate and secure business processes and drives the analytics that turn raw data into actionable knowledge. The Financial Services segment enables flexible IT consumption models, financial architectures and customized investment solutions for its customers. The Corporate Investments segment includes Hewlett Packard Labs and certain business incubation projects, among others. The Company's customers range from small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to large global enterprises.