Exploring the Applications of Nanotube-Based Semiconductors and Conductors (Printed Electronics USA 2014)

Dr Jens Kroeger, Director/VP
Raymor Industries Inc.
Nov 20, 2014.


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Presentation Summary

  • Intro (the need for solution processed electronics and the possibility of new form factors)
  • Challenges in processing, variability and stability of electronic nanomaterials
  • The Raymor and NanoIntegris offer: conductive and semiconductor inks for inkjet and aerosol jet printing
  • Performances and stability of nanotube-based conductive coatings and thin-film transistors
  • Selected applications
  • Outlook

Speaker Biography (Jens Kroeger)

Dr. Jens Kroeger is the CTO of Raymor and NanoIntegris. After his PhD in physics at McGill, he joined Raymor as an NSERC postdoctoral fellow in 2010. Under his leadership, Raymor implemented a large scale nanotube production technology. He developed the purification methods that led to electronic grade plasma nanotubes currently sold by NanoIntegris. He currently manages the nanotube production on Raymor's industrial unit and directs the R&D team in their efforts on new materials and applications.
Jens Kroeger is a member of the CSA Technical Committees developing the ISO standards for nanomaterials safety datasheets and safe nanomaterials production. Dr. Kroeger has published over 20 peer-reviewed scientific articles and technical reports.

Company Profile (Raymor Industries, Inc.)

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Raymor uses a novel patented plasma technology to synthesize SWCNT at industrial scale. Raymor'sSWCNT can be used in many applications such as conductive polymers and transparent conductive films for electrostatic charge dissipation and touch screens. Raymor's subsidiary, NanoIntegris, is the world leading provider of high mobility semiconductor inks. These inks contain high-purity, sorted semiconducting SWCNT. They are formulated for inkjet and aerosol printers and used in the development of the next generation of high-mobility transistors for sensing, logic and display driver applications.
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