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Transparent Conductors with Silver Nanowires: Closing the gap with Transparent Conductive Oxides

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Abstract: Demand for transparent conductors have been on a rise with increased adoption of touch screens and emerging applications such as OLED lighting, solar and flexible displays. These applications are looking for better performing materials than the incumbent transparent conductive oxides which have several technological drawbacks as well as supply chain risks.The consumer market segment is looking for the best possible materials at very competitive prices. We have three outstanding speakers from Cambrios who will provide a detailed background on the technology behind silver nanowires that is replacing incumbent materials and the progress that is being made in various markets and applications.

Speaker Biographies:
Dr. Paul Mansky, has a BS in Physics from MIT, a PhD in physics from Princeton, and did post-doctoral work in polymer physics at IBM's Almaden Research Laboratory and the Polymer Science Department at UMass Amherst. He has more than 50 publications and patents in diverse technical fields, including block copolymer thin self-assembly and nanostructure fabrication; superconductivity; high throughput technologies for accelerated materials discovery; polymeric drugs; and pharmaceutical formulations. His current role at Cambrios is to help grow and strengthen the ecosystem for ClearOhm®-based touch sensors. He also manages the Applications Support and Technical Marketing at Cambrios. He has previously held roles in successful materials-focused companies in Silicon Valley, including Symyx, Alza, and Ilypsa/Relypsa.

Florian PschenitzkaDr. Florian Pschenitzka holds a Dipl.-Ing. from the Technical University in Munich, Germany and a Ph.D. from Princeton University, both in Electrical Engineering. Currently at Cambrios Technologies he is focused on the application of Cambrios' ClearOhm (R) Transparent Conductor Film for applications in OLED and OPV. Before joining Cambrios, he worked as a device scientist at OSRAM Semiconductors on OLED devices.

Sri PeruvembaSri Peruvemba leads the marketing function at Cambrios. His experience in the electronics industry include marketing LCD, CRT, TFEL, OLED, LED, Plasma and ePaper displays into the mobile, industrial, medical, signage and TV markets. He earned a BSEE, a MBA and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management. Previously, Peruvemba held senior level positions at E Ink, Sharp Corp, TFS Inc, Planar Systems and Suntronic Technology.

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6:00 - 7:00 pm
Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Speakers: Dr. Paul Mansky, Manager, Cambrios Technologies, Dr. Florian Pschenitzka, Manager, Cambrios Technologies, and Sri Peruvemba, Chief Marketing Officer, Cambrios Technologies

Title: Presentation: Transparent Conductors using Silver Nanowires: Closing the gap with Transparent Conductive Oxides for Touch Screens and OLED applications

The presentation starts sharp at 6:00 PM. The doors are sometimes locked and unattended after 6 PM, so please try to arrive between 5:30 and 6:00 PM. Park on the available parking areas.

Everyone is welcome, SID member or not.

Event Location
QUALCOMM, Building B
3165 Kifer Road
Santa Clara, CA 95051

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After-Meeting Pizza/ Beer Networking:This month we will host the Pizza/ Beer networking at new location below.

Great American Round Table
1220 Oakmead Pkwy, Sunnyvale, CA 94085

Please register for the Networking event ticket also if you intend to attend the post event pizza/beer networking. All are welcome SID members or not.