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Edward P. Furlani
Senior Principal Scientist, Device Physics and Simulation
Eastman Kodak Research Laboratories
Dr. Edward P. Furlani earned dual undergraduate degrees in physics and electrical engineering, and a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University at Buffalo. Upon completing his graduate studies, he joined the Eastman Kodak Research Laboratories working exclusively in the field of multiscale modeling and device simulation. His research has involved the analysis and design of novel materials and devices for a broad range of applications that have mirrored Kodak’s evolving technology focus. Dr. Furlani’s earlier work included modeling in the fields of magnetic materials and devices and the design of custom transducers and sensors. More recently, he has worked in the area of microsystems where he has designed novel MEMS light modulators, microactuators and microfluidic droplet ejectors. Dr. Furlani has authored over 50 publications and holds 142 US patents. He is also the author of a graduate text on applied magnetics.
Speaking in the symposiums on Micro & Nano Fluidics and Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication.