David Savastano, Editor10.06.10
The field of printed electronics is clearly evolving, and it is interesting to hear the perspective of people who have long been involved in the field. From time to time, Printed Electronics Now is going to interview some of the leaders in the field, and present their viewpoints.
This week, we spoke with Jaap Lombaers, managing director, Holst Centre/TNO. A member of the board of the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A), Lombaers received a MSc degree with honors in industrial design engineering (Delft University of Technology) in 1982. Meanwhile, in 1979, he worked with Ampex Corporation and FMC in California. For two years he was researcher at TNO’s Human Factors institute. He then became a consultant for Dutch Railroads, involved in the introduction of new technology in locomotive cabs, control rooms and traveler information systems. In 1987 he moved back to TNO, heading various product development activities and eventually becoming manager of
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