Professor and Technical Director
University of Washington
J. Devin MacKenzie is the Washington Research Foundation Professor of Clean Energy and an Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at UW. Dr. MacKenzie is also the director of the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds, an open-access laboratory for industry and academia with world-class electronics and energy device fabrication and testing capabilities. At UW Devin leads a research group on printed and flexible electronics and scalable photovoltaic manufacturing technology, materials and processing. Dr. MacKenzie has 19 years of experience co-founding or leading startups in novel fabrication including as a co-founder and CEO of Berkeley-startup Imprint Energy commercializing printed batteries, as CTO of Add-Vision, a flexible OLED display company, and as a VP at Kovio, an MIT spinout, leading printed Si device integration. Devin also co-founded the world’s first printed electronics company, Plastic Logic. Prior to entering the start-up world, Devin was a postdoc in Physics at the University of Cambridge and earned PhD, MS, and BS degrees from the University of Florida and MIT specializing in electronic materials, III-V semiconductors and laser processing of nanomaterials. Dr. MacKenzie has published over 220 patents and publications and has been cited over 9875 times.
Wednesday, September 25
1:25 PM – 1:40 PM