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Nanocomp Technologies Inc (NCTI), based in Concord, NH, was formed in 2004 as a spin-out of Synergy Innovations, Inc., a technology development company. NCTI’s vision is to leverage its proprietary and fundamental advancements in the production of long carbon nanotubes together with a unique ability to fabricate them into physically strong, lightweight, electrically and thermally conductive spun yarns and sheets.
Alta Devices was founded in 2007 and is focused on improving the production economics of high efficiency solar PV applications. Alta is currently a development stage company and has received venture capital funding from August Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Crosslink Capital, AIMCo and others. The company is based in Santa Clara, CA.
Our lab is conducting research in the area of micro- and nanophotonics, organic solar cells, nanomanufacturing processes, and photonic-based ultrasound imaging technologies. Research Highlights:
* Roll to roll printed polymer organic solar cell based on a new ESSENCIAL technique;
* Multifunctional plasmonic color filters;
* High efficiency optoacoustic source based on CNT-PDMS composite;
* Ultra-high sensitivity polymer microring ultrasound detector;
* Spontaneous micropattern creation by localized wrinkling effect;
The CAMM was established in 2005 when the Flex Tech Alliance (formerly the United States Display Consortium) selected Binghamton University, a global leader in electronics packaging and small scale systems integration, in partnership with Endicott Interconnect Technologies Inc, and Cornell University, to spearhead development of next generation roll-to-roll (R2R) electronics manufacturing capabilities. A unique collaborative effort, the CAMM brings together partners from government, industry and academia to tackle the myriad challenges of this emergent technology.
Carestream Advanced Materials developed FLEXX films by applying more than 100 years of expertise in nanomaterial science, thin-film technology and roll-to-roll coating know-how. Our new films feature an innovative silver nanomaterial technology that allows for exceptional conductance and superior optical performance.
TBF's core technology is its patented barrier material and barrier stack technology as this governs the life and reliability of electronic devices deposited on flexible substrates.
The Nanotechnology Industries Association, NIA, is the sector-independent, responsible voice for the industrial nanotechnologies supply chains.
The NIA supports the ongoing innovation and commercialisation of the next generation of technologies and promotes their safe and reliable advancement.
The nanotechnology industries are made up of many varied companies all at different stages of their life cycle and with a variety of interests in the huge range of technologies that derive their benefit from the nanoscale.