Advancements in Performance and Characterization of Carbon Nanotube Dispersions for Printed Electronics Applications (Printed Electronics USA 2013)

Dr Stephen Gibbons, Director of Technology
Brewer Science, Inc.
United States


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• Standardization of characterization of carbon nanotube dispersions for printed electronics applications
• Advancements in performance of conducting and semi-conducting materials
• Screen printing vs. stencil printing for conductive applications
• Humidity sensor performance based on different carbon nanotube dispersions

講演者の経歴 (Stephen Gibbons)

Dr. Stephen E. Gibbons serves as the Director of Technology, Carbon Electronics Division for Brewer Science, Inc., Rolla, MO, USA. From 2009 - 2012 Steve served as the Analytical & Characterization Laboratory Manager. Prior to 2009, responsibilities included material and wafer process engineering, quality assurance, new business development, and customer support. Before joining Brewer Science in 2000, Steve served in the US Armed Forces. Steve graduated in 1995 with a BS degree in Mathematics and again in 2010 with a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry.

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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. Since 1981, when its ARC® materials revolutionized lithography processes, Brewer Science has expanded its technology to include products enabling advanced lithography, thin wafer handling, 3-D integration, chemical and mechanical device protection, and products based on carbon nanotubes and nanotechnology.
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