HHarnessing Carbon Nanotubes As A Channel Material For High-Performance Semiconductor Electronics
Santa Clara, CA, USA
Room details: TBA
16:35 - 16:55
We highlight our process to manufacture aligned films of highly conductive semiconducting carbon nanotubes. The innovation enables high-performance semiconducting carbon nanotube films for new opportunities in additive electronics while offering new functionality for flexible, wearable, and sensor applications.
Jerry Brady is a senior Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a leading researcher on 4 publications, and 2 patents related to the technology.
The technology was conceived at the University of Wisconsin-Madison lab for advanced materials for energy and electronics under the direction of Professor Michael Arnold. The impact of nanomaterials on society has often been limited because it is difficult to synthesize, purity, process, organize, and integrate nanomaterials and nanostructures. Our research especially draws from multiple disciplines to address fundamental materials challenges - in controlling the growth, processing, ordering, and heterogeneity of nanomaterials and in understanding phenomena beyond the scale of single nanostructures - that must be overcome to exploit these exciting components in technology.