An Inside Look at the Experts Driving the BIG Ideas for Print
He discusses the reality of printed electronics and the future of this technology in his TAGA Conference keynote session, “Printed Electronics: Opportunity, Challenge, and/or Hype?”
Before he joined Clemson, Kahn was an Assistant Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Here he started the Printable Electronics Research Program that investigated the influence of scale up and printing process parameters on printed devices using commercial-scale flexographic and gravure printing. His research has pursued the investigation, assessment, and development of the use of printing techniques (particularly high-volume printing processes) and materials for the fabrication of electronic devices. This work has produced (both small and production-scale) transparent conductive films, multilayer devices, chemical sensors, and antennas for RFID tags.
Kahn was recently awarded the 2014 Flexi Award for technology leadership in education from the FlexTech Alliance. Dr. Kahn has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Nebraska, and a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Chicago.
Come see these experts in person at the 67th Annual TAGA Technical Conference, March 22–25, 2015, in Albuquerque, NM. Here you will find inspiring sessions and tours, so grab a front seat to witness the research and technologies that are changing the future of the print and graphic arts industry. Register HERE.