Brewer Science To Present Its Latest Novel Carbon Nanotube Inks and Sensor Devices at FLEX Flexible and Printed Electronics Conference
January 20, 2014 – Brewer Science will share its latest developments in carbon nanotube (CNT) technology, processing, and materials, as well as its new advancements in two CNT-based sensor device technologies, at the 2014 FLEX Flexible and Printed Electronics Conference and Exposition in Phoenix, Arizona, February 3–6, 2014. FLEX is the most comprehensive North American event that explores developments in the technology, supply chain, and markets for flexible and printed devices. FLEX is especially relevant this year because industry analysts contend that the flexible and printed devices sector is steadily approaching the “inflection point” that moves technology push into market pull.
Join Brewer Science at FLEX to learn about these exciting technology developments for sensor device technologies and CNT inks:
- Screen-Stencil-Printable Carbon Nanotube Inks for Conductive Trace Applications on Flexible and Stretchable Substrates will be presented by Dr. Christopher Landorf, Research Associate at Brewer Science, on February 5 at 8:00 am during Session 5: CNT Technology – Track B. Dr. Landorf will discuss new research on printable surfactant-free inks based on CNTs, including performance for flexible and stretchable substrate application.
- Novel Printed Sensor on Flexible Substrate and Related System Development will be presented by Dr. Vijaya Kayastha, Applications Engineer, on February 5 at 1:40 pm during Session 13: Sensors – Track C. Dr. Kayastha will share research findings on the development of temperature and moisture sensors fabricated on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and Kapton® substrates and the development of the associated sensing, analysis, and display systems.
- CNT-Based Biosensor for Sensing Metabolites (Glucose, Lactate, and Urea) in Human Sweat, the collaborative research work of Brewer Science and Northeastern University (Boston, MA) on CNT materials for biosensor applications, will be shared by Dr. Wu-Sheng Shih, Director of PET Technology at Brewer Science, on February 5 at 8:00 am during the Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium (NBMC) special session, Session 6: Production of Bio-Molecules & Sensors for Bio-Marker Detection (NBMC) – Track C.
Visit the Brewer Science team of technology experts at Booth 212 to learn how Brewer Science’s integrated innovative materials, processes, and equipment platforms. Interested individuals unable to attend FLEX should visit the Brewer Science Carbon Electronics Center web page or email the Carbon Electronics team at firstname.lastname@example.org.