Vorbeck develops Vor-x products to meet real-world industrial challenges. Vor-ink formulations harness the exceptional conductivity of graphene: ultra-flexible and robust inks and coatings for the printed electronics market. In energy applications, Vor-x delivers demonstrable performance gains by breaking traditional technology trade-offs between battery capacity and power output. Plastic and rubber composites with low Vor-x loadings attain extreme levels of strength, dimensional stability, conductivity, and environmental resistance, opening new application and design possibilities.
Materials and Chemical Industries and Green Manufacturing
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 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.
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.
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.
Advanced Energy provides industry-leading companies worldwide with power conversion products that enable innovation in thin-film manufacturing and renewable energy markets. AE is a leader in global high-technology applications critical to the semiconductor, solar, glass, flat panel display, and industrial coatings markets.
AIXTRON's product portfolio includes equipment based on AIXTRON-Nanoinstruments "Black Magic" technology. These fully automatic systems can operate in both, thermal CVD and plasma enhanced CVD modes. This is highly important for carbon nanomaterials as it enables our equipment to produce virtually all variations and morphologies of carbon nanotubes, nanofibers and graphene.
Xenon Corporation is the world leader in Pulsed UV Light technology for a wide variety of industrial and research applications. Xenon Corporation designs and manufacturers high performance pulsed UV lamps, curing systems and decontamination/sterilization systems.
* A proven history (since 1964) of meeting the world wide need for High Performance Pulsed Light in Science, Industry, Medical and Safety
* An unmatched depth of experience available to solve the most challenging applications
* One stop shopping capability from components to complete systems