Jeremy Smith received his MSci degree in Materials Science from the University of Cambridge in 2007 and his PhD in the Physics Department at Imperial College London. His research, under the supervision of Prof. Thomas D. Anthopoulos, was focused on the development of high mobility organic field effect transistors with a particular interest in the links between film morphology and charge transport. He then worked in Prof. Tobin Marks’s group at Northwestern University on solution processed amorphous oxide semiconductors for thin-film electronics. He also conducted research in Prof. Vivek Subramanian's group on fully inkjet printable oxide transistors and oxide resistive RAM devices for associative memory applications. To date he has contributed to over fifty papers and two book chapters on unconventional electronics.