Advances in High Conductivity Inks for Flexible Electronics
Grand Ballroom G
09:45 - 10:10
Researchers at Heraeus Electronics (HET) have been developing new, innovative inks for the printed electronics market. The latest line of products include highly conductive, surface modified graphene inks, silver inks and advances in Clevios intrinsically conductive polymer materials. Uses will be explored including sensor, battery, touch screen, and photovoltaic applications.
Speaker Biography (Steven Grabey)
Steven Grabey is a Research Engineer at Heraeus Electronics in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Heraeus Electronics is a materials supplier specializing in printed inks and pastes. In his role, Steven is responsible for the formulation of thick film products, as well as, supporting customer applications on technical matters for the printed electronics market. Steven has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Temple University.
Company Profile (Heraeus Precious Metals North America)
Heraeus manufactures Clevios™ PEDOT conductive polymers, specialty silver inks, highly conductive graphene based inks, and a full line of polymer thick films for electronics. Applications include printable electronics, touch technologies, antistatics, OLEDs and 3rd Generation solar cells. Clevios™ for touch devices combined with low temperature silver ink for bus bars and innovative flexible printed electronic applications will be highlighted by Heraeus.
Headquartered Hanau, Germany, Heraeus is a global private company with a history of over 160 years. Fields of competence include precious metals, materials and technologies, sensors, biomaterials, medical products, quartz glass and specialty light sources. In 2014 Heraeus generated product revenues of €3.4 billion and had over 12,600 employees in 110 subsidiaries worldwide.