Geoffrey Barral, PhD.
Partner, Taipei, Taiwan
Printed Electronics, Metallization , Nano Materials & Semiconductors Business Development Expert
Brings solid experience of specialty chemicals, metallization, nano-materials transfer and scale up technology from lab to production.
PhD in chemistry in the field of conductive inks for inkjet printing, specialized in surface chemistry modification. Experienced in business development, industrial transfer from laboratory to production in Asia (Korea, Taiwan), technology watches and sourcing of products.
PhD in chemistry (Paris-Saclay) in the field of conductive inks for inkjet printing, specialized in surface chemistry modification, Geoffrey has expertise in transfer and Business development on industries such as Flexible Printed electronics, semiconductors and microelectronics with more than 6 years of experiences. He brings his solid experience of specialty chemicals, metallization and nano-materials transfer and scale up technology from lab to production in Asia (Korea, Taiwan).
Strong Knowledge in chemistry and microelectronics specialties with wide technical background.
ASIA/Europe Project Manager & Business Developer, aveni
Team leader of International team on different projects from the R&D phase to product qualification.
Long term mission at customer site in South Korea to test and qualify one of the products before production line for FinFet 5/3 nm nodes.
Lead the technical and business development of a new product with diferent company around the world (USA, Korea, Japan).
Deposition of 2 patents with aveni on wet metalisation thin film for TSV application (EP3359306A2) and transparent conductive OLED (not yet published) applications.
Development of conductive inks for inkjet printing, modification by chemical grafting and metallization by electroless plating and electrodeposition plating. Sourcing, business development and technologies watches of the developed technology.
Implicated in project with companies until sucessfuly passed qualification tests.
Deposition of one patent (WO2018104685A1) and the industrialization of the technology.