The NT4D Exhibit Show will take place in the Red Rock Ballroom. We encourage you to visit all the booths, trade business cards, and forge some new business connections.
1700 - 1830 Exhibit Kick-off & Poster Technical Interchange & Reception
1330 - 1700 Exhibits & Posters Open
1330 - 1830 Exhibits & Posters Open
1700 - 1830 Exhibit & Poster Technical Interchange & Reception
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Materials and Manufacturing directorate, headquartered at Wright-Patterson, with an additional research facility at Tyndall AFB, Fla., develops materials, processes and advanced manufacturing technologies for aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, rockets and ground-based systems and their structural, electronic and optical components. Their research includes revolutionary nano-scale and biotechnologies, as well as nonstructural materials such as coatings, fluids and greases. Air Force product centers, logistics centers and operating commands rely on the directorate’s expertise in metallic and nonmetallic structural materials, nondestructive inspection, materials used in aerospace propulsion systems, sensor materials, laser-hardened materials, systems support and advanced manufacturing methods to solve system, expeditionary deployment, and operational challenges.
Brewer Science, Inc., will showcase its Printed Electronics Technology Center that develops inks and coatings based on carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and that offers prototyping and testing of CNT-based devices. Other key nanotechnology developments will be featured, including nanocomposites for light extraction in OLEDs, nanocomposites for hardmask layers used in sub-20 nm photolithography, and directed self-assembly (DSA) for nanoscale patterning. Representatives will be available to discuss Brewer Science's processes, materials, and equipment for semiconductor lithography, advanced packaging/3-D ICs, MEMS, sensors, displays, and LED manufacturing.
Conductive Composites Company manufactures highly conductive fibers, nonwoven sheets and nickel nanostrands, a patented three dimensional electrically conductive nanostructure. These materials are used to create conductive composites, resins surfacing films, coatings, elastomers, adhesives and such. In turn, these conductive components are used to implement a wide variety of advanced non metallic electromagnetic management solutions for the warfighter.
Cornerstone Research Group Inc. (CRG) conducts research and development, from molecule to manufacturing, in an array of markets. CRG has partnered with Integument Technologies, Inc (ITI) to help commercialize nanoinfusion technology, which is a scalable, cost-effective method for producing polymer nanocomposites. Nanoinfusion has broad applicability in a variety of defense applications including energetic materials, lithium ion batteries, dielectric materials, antimicrobials, and a variety of spectral modification applications among many others. In 2011, CRG and ITI formed qFuzion, a joint venture providing capital equipment for both R&D and manufacturing using the nanoinfusion process.
CytoViva, Inc. provides a high resolution optical and hyperspectral imaging microscope system. The microscope system enables you to spectrally quantify nano-materials (CNTs, Au, TiO2) in various samples (cells, tissues, fibers).
Eclipse Energy Systems, Inc. provides customized scientific and engineered solutions for select customers that require a level of technical expertise beyond integration. With a twenty-year track record Eclipse is an established leader in technology advancements for defense and energy applications. In the field of transparent electrical conductors, Eclipse offers a viable ITO replacement with an 8 ohm per square film on flexible substrates with less micro-cracking than ITO, with equal or better transparency than ITO which only provides 31 ohms per square on flexible substrates. In the field of switchable technology, Eclipse offers customized wavelength modulation in the UV, VIS and IR wavelengths. Headquartered in Florida, with Class 1000 clean rooms and a broad spectrum of diverse vacuum deposition capabilities, Eclipse offers unique solutions to previously unsolvable problem sets. From high reflectance cold mirrors to simple interference filters to complex thin film designs for large area optics, Eclipse offers innovative alternatives to the standard integration solution.
General Nano manufactures long, aligned Carbon Nanotube (CNT) materials for aerospace and defense applications. Materials forms include large area CNT arrays on stainless steel foils, and CNT sheets, yarns and tapes. Target applications include EMI Shielding, Composites, Thermal Interface Materials, Stray Light Absorbers, Capacitors and Batteries.
Integran is a world leader in advanced metallurgical nano-technologies, providing a broad international base of customers with advanced process & product design solutions through R&D, material sales, contract manufacturing and technology licensing. Integran and its predecessor organizations have been at the forefront of metallurgical nano-technology development for over twenty years. Integran has established an international reputation for excellence in materials technology development and commercialization. Integran owns the intellectual property rights for the cost-effective production of metallurgical nano-structures with over 250 patents dealing with the structure, composition, processing and application of its revolutionary materials.
Headquartered in Bethesda, MD, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs about 123,000 dedicated men and women worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration, and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products, and services.
We develop, manufacture and market fiber optic test & measurement, sensing, and instrumentation products and are focused on bringing new and innovative technology solutions to measure, monitor, protect and improve critical processes in the telecommunications, medical, composite and defense industries. Our business model is designed to accelerate the process of bringing new and innovative products to market. In materials, we provide applied research and technology development for customers in primary areas of nanomaterials, coatings, adhesives, composites and bio-engineered materials.
Molmex Scientific Inc manufactures and distributes tools for structure and property determination at the Nanometric level. We are experts in Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) used to measure molecular structure and particle size distributions at length scales from 10nm up to 2.8microns. We provide complete turnkey SAXS systems for all applications and budgets. We will also be showing products from Nanonics Imaging Ltd including the only multiprobe Scanning Probe Microscope (SPM) for pump/probe of light, heat, force, current, etc with Atomic Force feedback and the integration of AFM/SPM in Raman microscopy and SEM/FIB.
Nanocomp Technologies produces carbon nanotube (CNT) spun yarn and non-woven sheets to support applications in DoD, energy and medical markets. The CNT yarn and sheet exhibit desirable mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties for numerous applications including lightweight EMI / ESD shielding for cables and composites, hybrid armor systems, multifunctional composites, and conformal antennas.
Nano-PM, Providing Program Management for Start-up Commercialization to the World of Nanotechnology
nanoTox, Providing Environmental Health & Safety to Nanotechnology Laboratories and Manufacturers
Psylotech offers a nano-scale universal test system for the measurement of mechanical properties that offers substantial improvements to conventional nano-indentation techniques. Integrated into atomic force or scanning electron microscopes, the system leverages digital image correlation to track local strain. A collaboration with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the Army Research Lab, the nano-test system (nTS) enables new and powerful experimental and simulation techniques for plastics, composite, fibers, particles and nano-scale interfacial fracture. The nTS will be available for demonstration at NT4D.
SVTC is the premier innovation partner for accelerating nanotechnology development and commercialization. Through IP-secure facilities in San Jose, California and Austin, Texas, SVTC serves customers in rapidly growing markets such as MEMS, microfluidics, novel transistors, photonics and other nanotechnologies that are used in a wide array of markets such as Aerospace & Defense, Semiconductor, Life Science, Consumer Mobility, Telecommunications and Clean Energy. SVTC offers a suite of leading-edge equipment and services, including full-scale 8-inch and 12-inch process capabilities, advanced CMOS and non-CMOS equipment, analytical services, development support tools and commercialization services. SVTC is ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and ITAR registered.
SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT) is a privately-held specialty chemical company that manufactures high quality single-wall and specialty multi-wall carbon nanotubes, printable inks and CNT-coated fabrics for a range of products and applications including energy-efficient lighting, affordable photovoltaics, improved energy storage and printed electronics. SWeNT was created in 2001 to spin off nanotube research developed at the University of Oklahoma.
The U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command (RDECOM) is the Army's lead organization responsible for researching emerging and new technologies and for developing disruptive technologies capable of enhancing the performance of weapon systems and saving Soldiers' lives. The exhibit will feature some of the disruptive nanotechnologies being pursued at RDECOM's laboratories and centers.
The U.S. Navy, known for its enormous aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines, now has the opportunity to exploit the world of the very small for its next generation of technology. Because it understands both nanoscience and the needs of the Navy, the Naval Research Laboratory is uniquely positioned to conduct innovative research to benefit our warfighters and our nation.
NRL opened the Institute for Nanoscience in 2003 to conduct multidisciplinary research at the intersections of the fields of materials, electronics, and biology in the nanometer-size domain. The objective of the Institute's programs is to provide the Navy and the DoD with scientific leadership in this complex, emerging area and to identify opportunities for advances in future Defense technology.
The NSF-funded Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN), a partnership between the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Northeastern University and the University of New Hampshire. Along with its affiliated Massachusetts state-funded Nanomanufacturing Center of Excellence (NCOE), CHN/NCOE develops state-of-the-art nanomanufacturing processes for high-rate, high-volume production of nanomaterials, nanoelectronics, sensors, and other-industry specified products.
Vorbeck develops products based on Vor-x graphene to meet real-world industrial challenges. Vorbeck's Vor-ink line of conductive inks are the world's first graphene-based commercial products and harness the exceptional conductivity of graphene and provide ultra-flexible and robust inks and coatings. In energy applications, Vor-x delivers demonstrable performance gains by breaking traditional technology trade-offs between battery capacity and power output. Plastic and rubber composites with low Vor-x loadings attain extreme levels of strength, dimensional stability, conductivity, and environmental resistance, opening new application and design possibilities.