Aneeve Nanotechnologies is a startup company spun-out of UCLA and USC developing nano enabled “carbon” electronics to bridge the gap between emerging and traditional technologies. The company was founded in 2007 by supplying pristinely aligned carbon to Northrop Grumman for high performance RF device applications. Aneeve is currently based on campus at the UCLA Incubator within the new $175M California NanoSystems Institute building. Aneeve’s larger mission is to develop carbon electronics for emerging markets such as low power display and wireless mobile devices.
NovaCentrix® is advancing the state of the art in printed electronics processing equipment and materials. The patented PulseForge photonic curing tools are used when materials require high temperature drying, sintering, or annealing on substrates like polymers and paper. Metalon® and PChem water-based conductive inks combine high conductivity and economical pricing in silver and copper. The SimPulse® photonic curing simulation accurately models the thermal response of multi-layer materials to processing with PulseForge tools, saving time in the lab. Our experts accelerate product develo
PChem’s technology includes novel materials (inks), print processing trade secrets, and know how that in total provide PChem with a competitive advantage in the exciting and rapidly growing printed electronics market space.
The Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) is a research institute of the Science and Engineering Research Council (SERC) under Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). The Institute has capabilities in materials analysis & characterisation, design & growth, patterning & fabrication, and synthesis & integration. We house a range of state-of-the-art equipment for materials research including development, processing and characterisation.