Dr. Terry Brewer Speaks About Technology Innovation at 5-Year Anniversary of JVIC
“We have enabled the advancement of the microelectronics and electronics industry for over 30 years through research at our Rolla, MO, facility,” Dr. Brewer said. “For the past 5 years, Brewer Science has conducted carbon nanotube research at JVIC that impacts the future functionality of your mobile devices, tablets, televisions, and flexible electronics. Our research efforts have expanded to require laboratory and testing space, which currently occupies two floors. The research done by Brewer Science is leading the adoption of carbon nanotube technology worldwide. We are making printed electronics technology a reality by supplying materials, processes, and device capability through the research we are doing at JVIC."
Under Dr. Brewer’s leadership, Brewer Science has successfully developed multiple government- funded technologies and has introduced this technology to the public by enabling microelectronic innovations. Products such as tablets and smartphones are the result of this work. Dr. Brewer is actively consulted by government leaders for guidance regarding U.S. advanced technology, manufacturing, and small business development policies.
In addition to Dr. Brewer, expected speakers at the JVIC anniversary celebration will include Senator Roy Blunt; Dr. James Baker, Vice President of Research and Economic Development, Missouri State University; James Anderson, President of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce; Mayor Robert Stephens, City of Springfield; Jason Hall, Deputy Director, Missouri Department of Economic Development; Gordon Elliott, Board of Governors for Missouri State University; and Dr. Clifton Smart, Interim President, Missouri State University.
Who: Dr. Terry Brewer
What: 5-Year Anniversary of Jordan Valley Innovation Center
Where: Jordan Valley Innovation Center, Springfield, MO
When: June 1, 2012 at 9:00 am
About Brewer Science
Since 1981, Brewer Science has consistently developed and delivered innovative processes, materials, and equipment for applications in semiconductors, compound semiconductors, advanced packaging/3-D
integrated circuits, MEMS, sensors, displays, LEDs, and printed electronics. These high-technology Brewer Science processes and products are used to create ultrasmall electronics that enable devices
such as tablet computers, smart phones, digital cameras, flat-panel monitors and TVs, and LED lighting. For more information on Brewer Science, please visit www.brewerscience.com.
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