Anisotropic Particle-Filled Polymer Films Structured By Electric Fields - Technology, Applications And Markets
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Conference Room G
16:35 - 16:55
Morten Lindberget received his MSc in Mechanical Engineering from TU Delft, the Netherlands, in 1994, and also holds an Executive Master of Management from the Norwegian Business School (BI) in Oslo.
He has 20+ years international experience from leadership and business development roles in technology consulting, contract manufacturing and medical device technology. Morten joined CondAlign as VP Business Development in September 2015, coming from a global marketing position in ResMed Inc.
Morten's focus area is bridge building between novel technologies and market, with emphasis on business models for how to bring enabling innovations to market.
CondAlign develops anisotropic film materials based on our patented technology. We create next generation advanced films, like anisotropic conductive pressure sensitive adhesives and other conductive films. These add new freedom to the designers' building techniques when they create new products within hybrid, flexible and printed electronics systems. The technology makes use of electric fields to structure particles in a polymer matrix. The process is well suited for roll-2-roll production.
CondAlign was established in 2010 as a spin off from a Norwegian research center, has eight full time employees, offices, lab-space and R2R pilot production capabilities in Oslo, Norway.