The Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CAM) at MassTech Collaborative together with the University of Massachusetts Lowell have initiated a webinar series for the NextFlex® Massachusetts Node. This is the second webinar in the series.
Talk 1: Advanced Manufacturing: Scalable Prints and Roll-to-Roll Technologies
Dr. Jeffrey Morse, Director
UMass Amherst Advanced Print and Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing Facility
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Jeff Morse is the Director of the Advanced Print and Roll-to-RollManufacturing Facility at the University of Massachusetts,Amherst. Prior to that, he was the Managing Director of theNational Nanomanufacturing Network, part of the Center forHierarchical Manufacturing at UMass Amherst. Previously, Jeffwas a Senior Scientist in the Center for Micro and NanoTechnology at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Hereceived his BS (1983) and MS (1985) Degrees in ElectricalEngineering from the University of Massachusetts, and a PhD(1992) in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. His interests and expertiseincludes semiconductor devices, advanced micro/nanofabrication processes,microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), biosensors, microfluidics, and micro-power sources targeting applications in printed electronics, wearables, and healthmonitoring devices.
Talk 2: Carpe Diem Nano Imprint for Flexible Electronics, Optics, and Fluidics
Carpe Diem Technology
John Berg, MSME MIT 1988, BSME UMass 1985) providesthe technical and corporate leadership at Carpe DiemTechnologies, Inc. which he founded in 2005. He iscurrently focused on nano imprint technology with theirapplications to flexible hybrid electronics or FHE and "flat"optics. Prior to that he was President of Zygo and member of the BOD of Zygo nowpart of Ametek and founded two start-ups following high volume experience inengineering and management at Quantum and Digital Equipment. He has authoredmore than 30 patents, half of which are specific to precision semiconductor, thin film,and roll to roll applications. His business experience extends from leading effortsfrom startup to public offering.