Brewer Science Showcases Advancements in the Use of Carbon Nanotubes in Electronic Systems at TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo
Rolla, MO, June 12, 2014 - Brewer Science, Inc., is progressing toward the commercial use of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in electronic systems for three emerging technology areas: material for NRAM® CNT-based memory devices, additive deposition of CNT inks for printed electronic applications, and discrete and integrated device technologies focused on environmental sensing. Brewer Science will report on these and other technologies during five presentations at TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo, in Washington, DC, June 15-18.
James Lamb, Carbon Electronics Business Development Director at Brewer Science, explains, “Our focus is to bring commercial acceptance, minimize hazards, reduce costs associated with waste and handling, and understand long-term impacts through life cycle analysis. By improving the consistency and quality of nanomaterials with a focus on deposition, and building these materials into working devices, we are progressing toward our goal to commercialize CNTs for electronic systems.”
Brewer Science is introducing a prototype HT1022 printed sensor, a combined temperature and humidity sensor with extremely fast response times. Dr. Ryan Giedd, Device Development Director at Brewer Science, elaborated, “Our unique temperature and humidity sensor is the first of such CNT-based printed devices available for developmental sampling and testing and it will be available for sale soon.”
Brewer Science® CNTRENE® 1020 B6-R material is a third-generation product for embedded memory manufacturing. The primary focus is improved quality in a material with a higher CNT concentration, which leads to both reduced processing cost and reduced waste generation. Presentations at TechConnect World will cover these improvements and will look at life cycle analysis and the impact of CNT materials and NRAM® devices.
Brewer Science is also introducing CNTRENE® 3024 A3-R conductive material for ink-jet printing with increased conductivity per print pass. The company will showcase its recently introduced conductive and semiconducting CNT inks for Aerosol Jet® and spray deposition at TechConnect World Expo. Advancements in conductive inks and the development of inks and processes for stretchable systems will also be presented.
Dr. Jyoti Malhotra, Senior Scientist at Brewer Science, will present the invited talk “Chemical Manufacturing Challenges of Advancing Micro- and Nanoelectronic Technologies into Mass Production” at TechConnect World. Dr. Malhotra said, “To ensure our nation’s leadership in nanoelectronic technologies, it is pivotal to carry out knowledge-intensive manufacturing of these technologies in the United States. Two key things must happen to accomplish this. Technology companies must retain their highly skilled science and technology researchers, and our education system must enable and encourage the steady growth of a pipeline of talent.”
Join Brewer Science’s experts at TechConnect World and Expo as they present the following talks:
- Chemical Manufacturing Challenges of Advancing Micro- and Nanoelectronic Technologies into Mass Production (invited presentation)
- Extremely Flexible and Stretchable Carbon Nanotube Composites for Conformal Electronic Devices
- Advancements in Microelectronics-Grade Carbon Nanotube Materials for NRAM® Device Manufacture and Analysis of Carbon Nanotube Mass in End User Devices (invited presentation)
- Ultrafast Integrated Humidity and Temperature Sensor Based on Carbon Nanotubes, and a Sensor Controller System
- Outwitting the Uncertainty of Nanotechnology Risks through Environmental Life Cycle Assessment (Joint presentation with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center)
While at TechConnect World and Expo, visit Booth 104, Monday, June 16, and Tuesday, June 17, to learn about Brewer Science’s diverse technology solutions.
About Brewer Science
Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing innovative materials, processes, and equipment for the reliable fabrication of cutting-edge microdevices used in electronics such as tablet computers, smartphones, digital cameras, televisions, and LED lighting. Since 1981, when its ARC® materials revolutionized lithography processes, Brewer Science has expanded its technology to include products enabling advanced lithography, thin wafer handling, 3-D integration, and chemical and mechanical device protection and products based on carbon nanotubes and nanotechnology. On May 5, 2014, Brewer Science unveiled its new high-volume manufacturing facility at the Rolla National Airport. This expansion will accommodate product demand growth and demonstrates the company’s commitment to continuous improvement. With its headquarters in Rolla, Missouri, Brewer Science supports its worldwide customers through a service and distribution network in North America, Europe, and Asia. Learn more about Brewer Science at www.brewerscience.com, follow us on Twitter @BrewerScience, or like us on Facebook.
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