Transparent and Conductive Layers Based on Nanocellulose (Printed Electronics Europe 2015)

Dr Fanny Hoeng, Research Engineer
Apr 29, 2015.

Presentation Summary

Transparent and Conductive Layers Based on Nanocellulose
This work describes the development of new conductive inks based on nanostructured silver nanotubes based on two strategies:
(i) An in-situ synthesis of metallic nanotube by a biotemplating technique using nanocellulose as template.
(ii) The implementation of stable suspension of commercial silver nanowires.
As for now, a surface resistance of 10 Ohm/sq and a high transparency was reached.

Speaker Biography (Fanny Hoeng)

Fanny Hoeng is a research engineer with a master degree from the International Engineer School of Paper, Print Media and Biomaterials (Grenoble INP Pagora). She is currently working as a research engineer for Poly-Ink (France). Her current researches are focus in the development of transparent conductive inks.

Company Profile (Poly-Ink)

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POLY-INK is a leading and innovative company marketing transparent and conductive inks for the Printed Electronic Market.
The inks are designed for ink jet or slot dye coating systems. No curing needed and excellent transparency rate, compatible with all the print heads on the Market.
To best meet the needs of printed electronics, POLY-INK brings complementary competencies in materials, ink formulation and in printing.
POLY-INK is working worldwide with Industrials on the following applications:
  • ITO Replacement
  • Flexible screens
  • RFID
  • Smart packaging
  • Smart textile
POLY-INK is supporting its client's business by adjusting the ink formulations to the application properties.
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