Carbon Nanomaterials: Defining the Future of High-Speed Printed Sensors
Santa Clara, CA, USA
Room details: TBA
13:55 - 14:15
Carbon nanomaterial thin films exhibit sensitivity to a large variety of external stimuli. By measuring the electrical properties of devices fabricated with carbon thin films, transducers can be made that measure temperature, humidity, strain and many other environmental stimuli. These analog transducers exhibit extremely fast response times to provide high-speed measurements that previously were not available.
Nick Anthony is a Device Systems Engineer working for Brewer Science in Rolla, Missouri. He earned his master's degree in Applied Physics from the University of Oregon in 2015 and currently works on the development of new products and materials within the New Business Development group at Brewer Science.
Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing innovative materials, processes, and equipment for the reliable fabrication of cutting-edge microdevices used in electronics such as tablet computers, smartphones, digital cameras, televisions, and LED lighting. Brewer Science provides process flexibility and a competitive edge for its customers and plays a critical role in the supply chain.