After finishing a PhD in organic polymer chemistry she started at Philips Research as senior scientist on materials and applications of organic LEDs. After 10 years at Philips she started in 2008 at Holst Centre on conformable printed electronics combining different functionalities. Holst Centre offers applied printed electronics research in automotive, health, IoT and energy domains. Margreet has more than 10 year experience with sport, medical and automotive applications which benefit from new form factors and cost effectiveness enabled by printed electronics. Currently the automotive industry with advanced Human Machine Interaction is the main field of interest for her and her team.
Presentation title: Structural electronics enabling human machine interfaces of the future
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