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Wednesday, June 26 • 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Brewer Science Training Workshop - Next Generation Sensing: Printed Sensors

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Presented by Brewer Science, Inc.

In recent years, the desire for more information has driven growth in the sensor industry. For areas like IoT and Big Data, new sensing technologies are entering the market. To meet this demand, printed sensors are a natural solution. The market is growing by 7% CAGR and is expected to exceed $11B by 2024. In this workshop, you will learn opportunities and challenges from top innovators in the printed sensors industry. They will present their view on where the market is and will be, and what applications fit best for printed sensors.

All Sensors Expo attendees can attend free of charge; must opt in during registration or in the Attendee Resource Center. Space is limited; first-come, first-seated. 

WORKSHOP AGENDA
1:00-1:15PM | Introduction
Robert Frueh | Brewer Science

1:15-1:45PM | Wearables, A Market and Technology Evolution
Stefanie Harvey | SEMI

1:45-2:15PM | IoT - The Internet of Temperature?
Margit Harting | PST Sensors

2:15-2:30PM | Break

2:30-3:00PM | Role of Materials in Performance of Printed Temperature Sensors
Vijaya Kayastha | Brewer Science

3:00-3:30PM | Printed Electronics and the Medical/Industrial Device Company
Dean Hotvet, Xymox

3:30-4:00PM | Phenomics at Scale: Driving Advances in Crop Breeding and Smart Farm Management with Insights from Diverse Sensor Platforms and Technologies
Nadia Shakoor, Danforth

4:00-4:30PM | Panel Discussion
Robert Frueh | Brewer Science

Speakers
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Robert Frueh

Director, New Business Development, Brewer Science
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Margit Harting

Founder & CEO, PST Sensors
Margit Harting is founder and CEO of PST Sensors and co-inventor of the printed silicon technology on which its sensors are based. By training she is a physicist and engineer, well versed in technology management and strategy, having directed the research of a large university group... Read More →
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Stefanie Harvey

R&D Program Manager, SEMI
Stefanie Harvey is a materials scientist with 24 years of product development and manufacturing scale-up experience in Silicon Valley companies, primarily focused on nanotechnology and interfacial engineering. She is currently the R&D program manager at SEMI, focused on flexible hybrid... Read More →
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Dean Hotvet

Director of Business Development, Xymox
Dean Hotvet, Director of Business Development, joined Xymox in 2015. Dean is responsible for cultivating and growing the printed electronics portion of the business which includes projected capacitance touch screens, specialty circuitry, and other emerging markets, utilizing Xymox's... Read More →
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Dr. Vijaya Kayastha

Lead Device Development Engineer, Brewer Science
Dr. Vijaya Kayastha is a Lead Device Development Engineer at Brewer Science, Inc. Dr. Kayastha has been in the carbon nanotube (CNT) field for last 18 years and has a broad range of experience in CNT synthesis and CNT-based device technologies such as sensors, thin-film transistors... Read More →
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Nadia Shakoor

Senior Research Scientist, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Nadia Shakoor is a Senior Research Scientist at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and the Project Director of multiple multi-institutional and international projects including the Bill and Melinda Gates-funded Sorghum Genomics Toolbox initiative and the DOE ARPA-E TERRA-REF... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Executive Ballroom D