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High-aspect ratio metal nanowires (silver, copper and copper-nickel) are a suitable replacement for indium tin oxide (ITO) as material in creating transparent conducting electrodes, whose applications include tablets, smartphones, photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes (LED), liquid crystal displays (LCD), and flexible electronics. The material relies on fast, easy and scalable manufacturing through electroless deposition, and can be customised for a variety of products and unique user requiremen...

Exhibitor : University of the Philippines

We have developed an innovative approach to fabricate strain sensor which can measure strain up to 100%. The high-strain sensor with excellent conformability can be applied onto arbitrary surfaces for a broad range of applications such as health-monitoring patch, robotic sensory skin and kinesthetic sensing etc. Stretchable electronics with excellent mechanical compliance are considered to be of significant importance for the development of smart and interactive electronic systems. Strain senso...

Exhibitor : Nanyang Technological University - NTUitive Pte Ltd

The concepts of printed electronics offer a tremendous potential when brought to nanotechnology. Weprovidean all-in-one solution to print a wide range of nanomaterials, including metallic nanoparticles, nanowires, and semiconductor quantum dots. Printed lines are thinner than a single micrometre, with a width to height aspect ratio close to 1. The printing process does not require clean-room conditions and can be performed on different substrates, e.g., glass, flexible foil, and printed circuit ...

Exhibitor : XTPL SA

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