David Savastano, Editor01.25.12
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 Dr. Peter Fischer, vice president process engineering at Plastic Logic GmbH. A member of the board of the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A), 1997-2000 Dr. Fischer earned his Ph.D. in semiconductor physics in Germany and Japan. From 2000 to 2008, he held several management positions in the semiconductor industry, in front end, back end and program management, before joining Plastic Logic in 2008 as director engineering. In 2011, Dr. Fischer was named vice president process engineering.
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