Jeremy Davis is a member of the steering committee for the plastic electronics industry in the UK. This volunteer group is responsible for encouraging partnerships throughout the supply chain, effectively advising the government on the needs of the industry and supporting the growth of standardisation.
The Centre for Plastic Electronics integrates and coordinates plastic electronics research activities within Imperial College London. Its mission is to actively stimulate new plastic electronics activities, including supporting the search for funding and developing links to other UK funded plastic electronics institutes.
The OE-A is an information and communications platform for companies and research institutes active within the emerging technology of organic electronics. Its vision is to build a bridge between science, technology and application.
NovaCentrix is a member of the FlexTech Alliance, an organisation exclusively dedicated to fostering the growth, profitability and success of the electronic display and flexible, printed electronics supply chain.
Many emerging sectors and next generation products will demand large scale ultra precision (nm level tolerance) complex components. Such products include: next generation displays, plastic electronic devices, low cost photovoltaic cells, energy management and energy harvesting devices and logistics, defence and security technologies. Their product performance is set to advance and the innovative manufacturing based on ultra precision technologies for these products defines the scope for the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Ultra Precision.