innoLAE 2020 Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Professor Sir Richard Friend
Professor Sir Richard Friend holds the Cavendish Professorship of Physics at the University of Cambridge and is Director of the Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability. He has pioneered the physics, materials science and engineering of semiconductor devices made with carbon-based semiconducting polymers. His research group was first to demonstrate using polymers efficient operation of field-effect transistors and light-emitting diodes. Professor Friend has also been directly involved in the process of commercialisation of this technology, forming several spin-out companies from the University of Cambridge. details

Dr Emre Ozer
Emre Ozer is a Principal Research Engineer and joined Arm Research in 2005. He received his PhD in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at North Carolina State University in 2001. His research interests are energy-efficient CPUs, fault tolerance, machine learning for embedded systems, bespoke hardware design and flexible electronics. He has published over 50 international conference/journal articles and holds over 25 US patents. He is currently the project coordinator of an InnovateUK funded project PlasticARMPit, developing bespoke ML compute engines on plastic that are tightly coupled to plastic e-nose sensors.  details

Professor Mark Poliks
Mark D. Poliks is Empire Innovation Professor of Engineering, Professor of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Director of the Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing (CAMM) at the State University of New York at Binghamton. In 2006 he established the first research center (CAMM), to explore the application of roll-to-roll processing methods, including large-area photolithography, to flexible electronics and displays, with equipment funding from the United States Display Consortium (USDC) and the Army Research Lab. His research is in the areas of industry relevant topics that include: high performance electronics packaging, flexible hybrid electronics, medical and industrial sensors, materials, processing, aerosol jet printing, roll-to-roll manufacturing, in-line quality control and reliability. He leads the New York State Node of the DoD NextFlex Manufacturing USA. He has authored more than one-hundred technical papers and holds forty-eight US patents. He received dual undergraduate degrees, with honors, in chemistry and mathematics from the University of Massachusetts and a Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut in materials science and engineering. details

Invited Speakers

Dr Yoeri van de Burgt

Dr Alison Burdett

Dr Pritesh Hiralal

Dr Luigi Occhipinti

Dr Barbara Stadlober

Dr Mario Caironi

Dr Firat Güder

Dr Eleni Stavrinidou

Dr Selina Ambrose

Dr Ivor Guiney

Dr Kris Myny

Mr Mike Clausen

Professor Duncan Hand

Emerging Technologies for Displays

A seminar on flexible displays organised by the  UK and Ireland chapter of the Society for Information Display.

Mr Sang Yun Bang

Mr Russell Bailey

Dr Guillaume Fichet

Dr Clément Talagrand

Dr Grigorias Rigas


Oral presentations selected by the innoLAE Programme Committee. This list will be updated as speakers confirm their acceptance

Professor Pedro Barquinha
Dr James Blakesley
National Physical Laboratory
Dr Joe Briscoe
Queen Mary University of London
Dr Daniel Tobjörk
Cambridge Display Technology Ltd.
Dr Yun Fu (Sam) Chan
Centre for Process Innovation Ltd
Mr Abhishek Chandramohan
Mr Yasin Cotur
Imperial College London
Dr Vincenzo Curto
University of Cambridge
Thomas Eldridge
CHASM Advanced Materials Inc.
Mr Pavlos Giannakou
University of Surrey
Mr Merijn Giesbers
TNO / Holst Centre
Mr Michael Johnson Imperial College London /
Mr Michael Kasimatis
Imperial College London
Mr Thomas Kolbusch
Dr Abiodun Komolafe
University of Southampton
Dr Ulrike Kraft
University of Cambridge
Dr Christian Nielsen
Queen Mary University of London
Mr Pelumi Oluwasanya
University of Cambridge
Dr Kiron Prabha Rajeev
Neudrive Limited
Dr Aiman Rahmanudin
University of Manchester

Dr Sanjiv Sambandan University of Cambridge/Indian Institute of Scienc Dr Russel Torah
University of Southampton
Mr Vikram Turkani
Dr Robert Valentine
Mr Mahmoud Wagih
University of Southampton
Professor Gregory Whiting
University of Colorado Boulder
Mr Ben Woodington
University of Cambridge

Poster presenters

Ms Huda Ahli
Imperial College London
Dr Neri Alves
University of São Paulo State - UNESP
Dr Daniel Arnaldo De Cerro
Oxford Lasers Ltd
Mr Georgios Bairaktaris
University of Surrey
Mr Sang Yun Bang
University of Cambridge
Professor Pedro Barquinha
Dr Samuel Beddoe
University of Southampton
Ms Nicola Broughton

Ms Josephine Charnley Quantum Technology Supersensors Mr Pavlos Giannakou
University of Surrey
Professor Duncan Hand  
Heriot-Watt University

Dr John Hardy
Lancaster University
Mr Maykel Klem
University of São Paulo State - UNESP
Mrs Christina Koutsiaki
Nottingham Trent University
Mr João Luis
Durham University
Mr Sagnik Middya
University of Cambridge
Mr Navid Mohammadian
The University of Manchester
Ms Lokeshwari Mohan
Imperial College London

Mr Panagiotis Mougkogiannis
University of Manchester
Ms Gabriel Nogueira
University of São Paulo State - UNESP
Mr Anastasios Polyravas
University of Cambridge

Ms Sarah-Jane Potts
Swansea University
Mr Md Nazmul Anam Rafi
Tampere University
Ms Gopika Rajan
University of Exeter
Mr Oliver Read
University of Manchester

Dr Junjie Shi
University of Southampton
Mr Dimitrios Simatos
University of Cambridge
Mr Douglas Vieira
University of São Paulo State - UNESP
Mr Emre Yarali King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
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