Conductive Copper Materials for Printed Electronics (Printed Electronics Asia 2012)

Miss Kyoko Kuroda,
Hitachi Chemical
Japan
 
Oct 02, 2012.

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Presentation Summary

  • Copper conductive materials for printed electronics were developed. They are suitable for ink-jet or screen printing.
  • Dense and crystalline Cu trace was obtained from Cu ink/ paste through low temperature metallization process.
  • Wiring pattern fabricated from these inks showed good printing properties and electro reliabilities.

Speaker Biography (Kyoko Kuroda)

Ms Kyoko Kuroda is researcher of Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd. since 2008. Kyoko has a MS in Applied Chemistry from Tokyo Metropolitan University. Her targets are the ink/ paste materials and its processes for printed electronics.

Company Profile (Hitachi Chemical)

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Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd. was established in 1962, independent from Hitachi Ltd., and the headquarter is located in Tokyo. In 2010, paid-in capital was 15,454 million Japanese YEN, non-consolidated sales was 263 billion Japanese YEN, and the number of employee is 4,095. The principal lines of business are electronics related materials, advanced performance resins & materials, life-science & pharmaceuticals, carbon & ceramics, and automotive related products.
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