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In his keynote address, "Who Owns Tomorrow?", Dr. Paul Smith, Vice President and Centre Manager of the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, spoke on themes of imagination, entrepreneurialism, and opportunity.
He called on the newly graduated to look at themselves, their ideas, and their opportunities to do good, as they consider the future.
He reminded those in attendance that we live in an age that is ripe with the 'winning conditions' for human progress - imagination, entrepreneurialism, and opportunity.
The 4th Industrial
Revolution, the Internet of things, and smart objects are just a few of the opportunities that the future business leaders will get to help shape.
"Look at the innovation around us.
There is amazing human imagination at work", said Smith.
He left the students with a compelling thought: "The best way for you to own tomorrow, to own the future, is to imagine it, grasp the opportunity and invent it."
Dr. Paul Smith is Vice President of Xerox Innovation Group, the Centre Manager of Xerox Research Centre of Canada, and an Officer of Xerox Canada Inc.
He leads the Xerox Global Materials Research Centre, which is responsible for advanced materials research and development.
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Xerox's Paul Smith named Chair of Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association
Paul Smith, Vice President of the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), has been named Chair of the newly elected Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association's (CPEIA) Board of Directors.
The announcement was made this week at the 2015 Canadian Printable Electronics Symposium.
Paul Smith, Vice President of the Xerox Research Centre of Canada
Established in 2014, CPEIA
brings together key Canadian and international players in industry, academia and government to serve as the united voice for the printable electronics (PE) sector.
Their work helps to implement development strategies for growth through networking, stimulate R&D and investment, build a strong PE supply chain and drive the broad adoption of PE by end customers.
"Printable and organic electronics is an industry where the dream of what is possible is rapidly becoming reality as more products and applications come to market from the large industry players," said Smith
Paul Smith, vice-president ...
Paul Smith, vice-president of the Xerox Innovation Group, addressed the afternoon ceremony.
An inventor with 76 patents, Smith leads Xerox's Global Materials Research Centre, and serves on a number of boards related to innovation, printing and science.
"Imagination, entrepreneurial spirit and opportunity to create have driven our biggest advancements," he told the graduands.
Vice President and Centre Manager of Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC)
Paul joined Xerox in 1995 and has held a variety of managerial positions at XRCC.
has managed teams that developed materials for Xerox product platforms, including solid ink components, and new inks for Xerox Phaser platform, Xerox ColorQube and the CiPress platform.
From 2008 2009 he
was Manager Xerox Strategy Integration and Planning, based in Rochester, New York, with responsibility for technology alignment across Xerox technology platforms.
Paul received his Ph.D. in the field of Chemistry from the University of Bath, England in 1991, was an NSERC Fellow from 1995 to 1997, and in 2001 received an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, at the University of Toronto.
He is a named inventor on 68 U.S. patents and has 16 publications.
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