American Semiconductor

American Semiconductor, Inc. (ASI) is a premier, award winning, small business that is recognized as the industry pioneer of flexible ICs. ASI provides high performance flexible logic, memory and wireless capability by converting advanced ICs from commercial foundries into flexible silicon-on-polymer (SoP) chips using the proprietary low cost FleX process. ASI integrates these devices with printed electronics to form Flexible Hybrid Systems (FHS).

Arizona State University

Our vision is to evolve and leverage the Flexible Electronics and Display Center’s world-class flexible display capabilities, in concert with other ASU synergistic research, to achieve a leadership position in the emerging flexible electronics industry and establish ASU as a high-value government and industry resource. Our mission is to advance full-color, video rate, flexible display technology and catalyze development of a vibrant flexible display and flexible electronics industry to produce integrated electronic systems with advanced functionality. The FDC will collaborate with government, academia and industry to provide comprehensive flexible electronics capabilities that bridge the high risk, resource intensive gap between innovation and product development in an information-secure environment for process, tool, and materials co-development and evaluation. Integral to our mission is integrating the concept of sustainable microelectronics processing into all FDC activities.

Binghamton University

The Small Scale Systems Integration and Packaging (S3IP) Center is a research and development organization that addresses research challenges in small scale system design, process development, prototyping, and manufacturing for academia and the microelectronics industry. Located at Binghamton University, the Center brings together partners from government, industry and academia, providing opportunities for collaborations that will advance microelectronics research and development.

Brewer Science

Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing innovative materials, processes, and equipment for the reliable fabrication of cutting-edge microdevices used in electronics such as tablet computers, smartphones, digital cameras, televisions, and LED lighting. Brewer Science provides process flexibility and a competitive edge for its customers and plays a critical role in the supply chain. Since 1981, when its ARC® materials revolutionized lithography processes, Brewer Science has expanded its technology to include products enabling advanced lithography, thin wafer handling, 3-D integration, chemical and mechanical device protection, and products based on carbon nanotubes and nanotechnology. With its headquarters in Rolla, Missouri, Brewer Science supports its worldwide customers through a service and distribution network in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Cornell University

Dublin City University

Research-focused university with multidisciplinary capabilities and facilities, including advanced laboratory space and equipment suites.


DuPont is a world leader in market driven innovation and science. With expertise spanning two centuries, diverse industries, and more than 40 countries, Du Pont is uniquely position to help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.

Dupont Teijin Films

We are a joint venture for the manufacture of PET and PEN films. The parent companies are Dupont (US) and Teijin (Japan). We manufacture and sell in all world regions. The joint venture was formed in 2000, but we have been manufacturing film since 1955.

General Electric

GE Global Research is one of the world’s most diversified industrial research labs, providing innovative technology for all of GE’s businesses. Global Research has been the cornerstone of GE technology for more than 100 years, developing breakthrough innovations in areas such as medical imaging, energy generation technology, jet engines and lighting.

i3 Electronics

i3 Electronics is a world-class supplier of advance electronic packaging solutions. With offices and manufacturing locations across the globe, we are a one-stop shop that provides you with everything you need to take your product to the next level.

Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) is an advanced computing, applied research and development division. ATL’s applied research laboratories are comprised of advance concepts, applied sciences, informatics, intelligent robotics, and spectrum systems, allowing exploration into research areas including artificial intelligence, cyber, nanotechnology, nanobiotechnology, and others.

As an applied research facility, ATL looks beyond the current state of technology, progressively engaging opportunities of future capabilities and needs. We work to create and shape next-generation-computing and information technologies and effectively transition these technologies for Lockheed Martin companies and other aligned customers.


MC10 extends human capabilities through virtually invisible and conformal electronics. The company reshapes rigid, high performance electronics into human compatible form factors that stretch, bend and twist seamlessly with our bodies and the natural world. MC10 is headquartered in Cambridge, MA.


Molex is a services provider leveraging printed and flexible electronics are a core competency. The services we provide include circuit design, feasibility studies, fabrication of proof-of-concept and prototype parts, product development and manufacturing. Our primary markets include the medical industry, security and logistics, the government and consumer products.

Northeastern University NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing

The NSF Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing is developing new rapid multi-scale room-temperature and pressure manufacturing technology for printing electronics, sensors, biomedical, energy harvesting and storage and composite materials applications.

PARC, a Xerox Company

PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs. Practicing open innovation, we provide custom R&D services, technology, expertise, best practices, and IP to global Fortune 500 companies, startups, and government agency partners. Our technologies related to NBMC include printed, flexible electronics, bioinstrumentation/detection, design and manufacturing innovation.


SABIC is a global materials leader – from industrial chemicals to high-tech engineering plastics. Through collaboration and continued investment in new polymer technologies, global application development, process technologies and sustainable solutions, we help our customers solve some of their toughest problems in industries such as Automotive, Healthcare, Transportation, Consumer Electronics, Lighting and Construction.


SI2 develops, manufactures and supports antenna, array, absorber and sensor systems for space and weight constrained applications. In addition to conventional manufacturing approaches, SI2’s products utilize proprietary and patented Direct Write (digital printing) and Laser Transfer additive manufacturing technologies to produce flexible/conformal sensor systems and multifunctional electronic structures… basically how to take a “dumb” structure and make it “smart” by integrating an electronic capability such as a sensor or antenna.


UES is an innovative science and technology company that provides government and industry customers with superior research and development expertise, world-class technical support and value-added management services. We create products from our technology breakthroughs and successfully commercialize them.

Universal Fiber Systems, LLC

Across a wide range of markets and applications, UFS is a specialty fiber producer. Neither basic in raw material chemistries nor forwardly vertical, it has grown – and continues to diversify – through technology collaboration. Its core strategy is problem solving and conductive filaments are an exploration / innovation priority.

University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine

The Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine is leading the transformation of health care toward the practice of medicine that integrates the best of healing-oriented therapies (boosting the body’s own healing mechanisms) with the best of conventional modern medicine (augmenting the body’s fight against disease).

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, San Diego

UC San Diego established the Department of NanoEngineering within its Jacobs School of Engineering effective July 1, 2007. This sixth department coverd a broad range of topics, but focus particularly on biomedical nanotechnology, nanotechnologies for energy conversion, computational nanotechnology, and molecular and nanomaterials. The Department of NanoEngineering’s educational program is developing in phases, with plans to reach a steady state of approximately 24 faculty members and an enrollment of 600 undergraduate students and 200 graduate students.

University of Connecticut – Korey Stringer Institute

The Korey Stringer Institute is housed within the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Connecticut. The mission of KSI is for the prevention of sudden death in sport and physical activity. Our research specialty lies within the confines of hydration, thermoregulation, and thermal physiology.

University of Massachusetts Amherst Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing

The Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing (CHM) is an NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (NSEC). The mission of The Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing (CHM) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is to be a leading research and education center for the development of efficient, cost effective process platforms and versatile tools for the two and three dimensional integration of components and systems across multiple length scales.


Visca LLC was founded in 2004 to provide services from basic research to device and system
fabrication. The company is a spin off of the SSIM Program located in the College of
Engineering at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI, and specializes in the development of
integrated MEMS, microsystems, microsensors, packaging, micropower, and their translation to
the user.

Air Force Research Laboratory

The Air Force Research Laboratory’s mission is leading the discovery, development, and integration of warfighting technologies for our air, space and cyberspace forces.

FlexTech Alliance

FlexTech Alliance is devoted to fostering the growth, profitability and success of the flexible, printed electronics and display supply chain.  FlexTech Alliance offers expanded collaboration between and among industry, academia, government, and research organizations for advancing flexible, printed electronics from R&D to commercialization.