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J. Devin MacKenzie

Devin MacKenzie is a Washington Research Foundation Associate Professor of Clean Energy, Materials Science & Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. He is also Technical Director of the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds.

Expert in emerging electronic materials, including printed and flexible electronics, photovoltaics, and thin film batteries. MacKenzie has founded and led five printed and flexible electronics startup companies and holds over 110 patents and publications. He received the Global Cleantech 100 Award and led Imprint Energy to be recognized as one of the 50 Smartest Companies by The MIT Technology Review.

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