Joseph Jacobson

Joseph Jacobson (born June 28, 1965 in Newton, Massachusetts), is a tenured professor and head of the Molecular Machines group at the Center for Bits and Atoms at the MIT Media Lab, and is one of the inventors of microencapsulated electrophoretic display[1] (known as E Ink) commonly used in electronic devices such as e-readers.[2] He is the founder of several companies including E Ink Corporation, Gen9, Inc., and Kovio, is on the scientific board of several more companies (such as Epitome Biosystems).

  1. ^ Jacobson, Joseph (18 May 1998). "An electrophoretic ink for all-printed reflective electronic displays". Nature. 394 (6690): 253–255. Bibcode:1998Natur.394..253C. doi:10.1038/28349. S2CID 204998708.
  2. ^ Tu, Chau. "How Electronic Ink Was Invented". Retrieved 14 March 2017.

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