Applications and Opportunities in Printed Electronics and Functional Imaging
Published on December 4, 2014
We recently spoke with Dr. Malcolm Keifabout Functional Printing and its applications. Dr. Keif is Professor & Graduate Coordinator of Printed Electronics and Functional Imaging at Cal Poly. Dr. Keif is an advocate for companies in traditional printing businesses to investigate new businees opportunities in functional printing.
The Graphic Communication program at Cal Poly has started started a graduate program in Printed Electronics and Functional Imaging. The program offers a Professional Certificate and Master of Science Degree. For more information visit http://printedelectronics.calpoly.edu/
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