This seminar, which will be conducted jointly with a world expert and Director of Printed Electronics Lab in Texas Instrument Dallas (Dr. Benjamin Cook), will educate participants on "Additive Manufacturing such as Inkjet Printing and 3D printing to realize Electronics. These new methods are considered to bring the "Third Industrial Revolution" in Manufacturing. It is expected that these methods will change entirely the manufacturing, supply chain and retail industries.
Dr Atif Shamim received his M.A.Sc. and Ph.D degrees in electrical engineering at Carleton University, Canada in 2004 and 2009 respectively. He was a NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Graduate scholar at Carleton University from 2007 till 2009 and NSERC postdoctoral Fellow in 2009-2010 at Royal Military College Canada and KAUST. In August 2010, he joined the Electrical Engineering Program at KAUST, where he is currently an Associate Professor and principal investigator of IMPACT Lab.
Professor Shamim's research is focused on applications like personal area network, automotive radars, wearable and implantable wireless sensors, wireless powering and renewable energy.
Benjamin Cook joined Texas Instruments directly out of school as a member of Kilby Labs with an expertise in additive fabrication, materials development, and electromagnetics. He currently champions the Printed Electronics Foundational Technology at TI with a focus on integrating additive fabrication into the semiconductor environment. He has also helped lead the atomic and molecular physics work as part of the Nanotechnology team within Kilby Labs.
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