July 12-14, 2016
San Fransisco, CA
The Flexible Electronics program at the Georgia Institute of Technology is a campuswide, multidisciplinary research, development, manufacturing, educational, and workforce development initiative, involving more than 30 faculty members and numerous engineers and staff members, graduate and undergraduate students, from various schools, colleges, research centers and institutes. The members of this program work with other educational institutions, industry, and government agencies in developing and implementing new technologies and manufacturing methods for Flexible Hybrid Electronics while educating and growing a competitive workforce that positively impacts the economic ecosystem. The program aims to address grand challenges associated with societal needs such as; plentiful food and clean water, health, security, clean energy, infrastructure, transportation, and interconnected mobility solutions for the sustainable progress of humanity.