Anisotropic Particle-Filled Polymer Films Structured By Electric Fields - Technology, Applications And Markets
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom H
15:20 - 15:40
CondAlign develops a unique technology where an electric field is applied to polymer matrices to manipulate and align particles. The viscous polymer-particle structure is then fixed by curing the matrix, enabling production of advanced composites with a wide variety of end-product features. This technology enables CondAlign to control properties such as conductivity, where the technology opens for production of conductive composites at filling fractions well below the percolation threshold. This has both cost and quality advantages compared to conventional solutions. At Printed Electronics USA 2017, CondAlign will present the latest advances of its technology, its R2R fabrication process and a few applications and market opportunities currently under development.
Speaker Biography (Morten Lindberget)
Morten Lindberget received his MSc in Mechanical Engineering from TU Delft, the Netherlands, in 1994, and also holds an Executive Master of Management from the Norwegian Business School (BI) in Oslo.
He has 20+ years international experience from leadership and business development roles in technology consulting, contract manufacturing and medical device technology. Morten joined CondAlign as VP Business Development in September 2015, coming from a global marketing position in ResMed Inc.
Morten's focus area is bridge building between novel technologies and market, with emphasis on business models for how to bring enabling innovations to market.
Company Profile (CondAlign AS)
CondAlign is a technology company developing next generation advanced film materials. A unique and patented technology based on electric fields is used to structure particles in polymer matrices to create anisotropic conductive films and other advanced materials. Focus has been on development of electrically conductive films for the medical sector, and electrically/thermally conductive films for various electronics applications. A process for creating membranes with micropores is under development.
CondAlign was established in 2010 as a spin off from the Norwegian Institute for Energy Technology, has six full time employees, offices, lab-space and R2R pilot production capabilities in Oslo, Norway.