Appendix A

Agenda



Flexible Electronics for Security, Manufacturing, and Growth in the United States


September 24, 2010

The Keck Center of the National Academies
500 Fifth Street, NW
Room 100
Washington, DC

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9:00 AM Welcome
Charles Wessner, The National Academies
 
9:05 AM Introduction
Michael Andrews, L3 Communications
 
9:15 AM Panel I: The Flexible Electronics Opportunity and Industry Challenges: Perspectives from Industry
Moderator: Sridhar Kota, White House OSTP
 
  The Promise and Potential of Flexible Electronics
Ross Bringans, PARC
 
  Impact of a Flexible Form Factor for Displays and Lighting
Julia Brown, Universal Display Corporation


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Appendix A Agenda Flexible Electronics for Security, Manufacturing, and Growth in the United States September 24, 2010 The Keck Center of the National Academies 500 Fifth Street, NW Room 100 Washington, DC 9:00 AM Welcome Charles Wessner, The National Academies 9:05 AM Introduction Michael Andrews, L3 Communications 9:15 AM Panel I: The Flexible Electronics Opportunity and Industry Challenges: Perspectives from Industry Moderator: Sridhar Kota, White House OSTP The Promise and Potential of Flexible Electronics Ross Bringans, PARC Impact of a Flexible Form Factor for Displays and Lighting Julia Brown, Universal Display Corporation 109

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110 FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS Roll-to-Roll Fabrication of Transistor Arrays for Sensing and Display Applications Carl Taussig, Hewlett-Packard 10:30 AM Coffee Break 10:45 AM Panel II: The U.S. Interest: Security, Manufacturing, and Growth Moderator: Jon Epstein, Office of Senator Jeff Bingaman Army Applications for Flexible Displays John Pellegrino, U.S. Army Research Laboratory The DARPA Role Devanand Shenoy, DARPA The Technology Innovation Program: An Early Investor Michael Schen, NIST A State’s Initiative: Advancing Flexible Electronics in Ohio Byron Clayton, NorTech 12:15 PM Lunch 1:15 PM Panel III: What Is the Rest of the World Doing? Moderator: Pradeep Fulay, National Science Foundation A Global Perspective Andrew Hannah, Plextronics German Policy Initiatives Christian May, Fraunhofer Institute, Dresden Taiwan’s Flexible Electronics Program John Chen, Industrial Technology and Research Institute of Taiwan Korea’s Initiatives Changhee Lee, Seoul National University 3:00 PM Coffee Break

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APPENDIX A 111 3:15 PM Panel IV: What is Needed? Opportunities for Collaborative Activity Moderator: Nick Colaneri, Arizona State University Roadmapping for Flexible Electronics Dan Gamota, iNEMI The Consortium Opportunity Malcolm Thompson, RPO Cooperating on The Manufacturing Challenge Thomas Edman, Applied Materials 4:15 PM Panel V: Roundtable—Key Issues and Next Steps Forward Moderator: Don Siegel, University at Albany, SUNY Ananth Dodabalapur, University of Texas at Austin Stephen Forrest, University of Michigan James Turner, Association of Public and Land Grant Universities 5:00 PM Closing Remarks Charles Wessner, The National Academies