Cambridge, MA, September 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Victor Zaderej will speak on the topic “The Future of Solid State Lighting is Bright –But Why Is It Taking So Long?” when he serves as the Day Two keynote speaker at the coolingZONE Business and Technology Summit, October 5-6, 2011 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Zaderej is the Manager of Advanced Development for Molex’s Solid State Lighting Group. He joined Molex in 2000 when Molex purchased his and a business partner’s company, Three Dimensional Interconnects Incorporated (3Di).
Says Mr. Zaderej, “We have all heard about the benefits of Solid State Lighting (SSL), a revolutionary source of light that will dramatically reduce energy requirements, allow us to shine light onto any surface from a rainbow of colors, and will virtually last our entire lives. Although all of these benefits are technically achievable today, we do not see them in our daily lives because either the products are not available or they are too expensive. Several new technologies within the electronics, electromechanical packaging (Molded Interconnect Device; MID), LED array design, and thermal management fields along with an increase in LED manufacturing capacity are quickly changing the dynamics of the industry.”
Mr. Zaderej will review these new technologies and manufacturing methods and how they can be integrated into a unique and cost effective Solid State Light. “Within the next several years, the products that will make SSL fun, easy to use, and affordable will be part of our lives,” he says. “The timing of this next generation of products will nicely coincide with the end of the incandescent bulb and possibly the CFL that is currently proliferating in use on the market.”
The coolingZONE Summit is being held October 5-6, 2011 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel located on the historic Charles River that separates the cities of Cambridge and Boston. In this inspiring venue, the coolingZONE Summit gathers together thermal management experts to share their latest developments.
To attend Mr. Zaderej’s presentation and the rest of the coolingZONE Summit, registration is required at http://www.coolingzone.com or by email firstname.lastname@example.org