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2013 NT4D Exhibitors


Be sure to visit these NT4D exhibitors at the conference and preview their companies at their websites listed below.

Brewer Science, Inc. – 202
Brewer Science, Inc., creates, designs, and manufactures custom materials and associated processes and equipment.  Brewer Science will showcase its Carbon Electronics Center and new technology research and development capability at NT4D.  The Carbon Electronics Center develops carbon nanotube (CNT) inks for printed electronic applications and microelectronics-grade CNT coatings for advanced memory and sensor applications.  Brewer Science provides competency in both prototyping and testing of CNT-based devices. A new technology research and development team also utilizes Brewer Science's core technology to provide solutions to the challenges associated with LED manufacturing, electronics design, and other markets.

Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, Northeastern University – 200
The NSF NSEC Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing at Northeastern University in Boston is developing tools and processes to manufacture nanotechnology-based devices for the military, electronics, energy, materials and biomed sectors. The CHN has demonstrated devices such as chemical sensors, biosensors, interconnects, energy harvesters, NEMS, etc. with 2D and 3D nanoscale features made of carbon nanotubes and nanoparticles at high rates and over large areas on various substrates, including flexible ones. Through its Industrial Partners Program, the CHN has close ties with companies in Massachusetts, New England and beyond.

General Nano LLC – 201
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.

Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium – 300
FlexTech Alliance, in collaboration with a nationwide group of partners, has formed a Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium (NBMC) for the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). The mission of this partnership is to bring together leading scientists, engineers, and business development professionals from industry and universities in order to work collaboratively in a consortium, and to mature an integrated suite of nano-bio manufacturing technologies to transition to industrial manufacturing. The first NBMC Solicitation in July 2013 was on Human Performance Monitoring and Biomarker Detection.

Nanocomp Technologies, Inc. – 312
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.

Nanomanufacturing Center, University of Massachusetts Lowell – 303
The University of Massachusetts Lowell Nanomanufacturing Center builds on the University’s expertise in polymer manufacturing and environmental health and safety to develop state-of-the-art nanomanufacturing processes for high rate, high volume production of polymer-based nanomaterials.  These processes and materials find application in sensors, nanoelectronics, EMI shielding, metamaterials, barrier/packaging, and bio-based products.  Concurrent assessment of nanoparticle emissions, toxicity screening, and recycling of nanomaterials compliment the manufacturing processes and are available to industry through the Nano Health Consortium.

Nano-PM – 301
Nano-PM is a global professional services provider that supports organizations that invest in, own and operate advanced technology assets.  Nano-PM focuses on full life cycle integration by first evaluating business readiness of nanotechnology products for market; then program planning and management of scope, budgets and schedules to transform from research and small scale production to facilities capable of commercial market performance.  Working globally from the United States with offices in Colorado, Arizona, and Texas, we are adding value to companies across the nanotechnology, semiconductor, microelectronics, biological, nanotechnology, research laboratories, mission critical data centers and sustainable facilities sectors worldwide.   Within the last year Nano-PM principals have provided overall Program Management as Owner’s Agents for major semiconductor manufacturers, on a 90,000 sf cls 1 expansion, a 300,000 sf Technology Development Center, and a new 500,000 sf cls 1 clean room, 450mm wafer capable facility.

National Nanotechnology Coordination Office – 203
The National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) is a U.S. Government research and development initiative that coordinates funding for nanotechnology among the participating Federal departments and agencies. The NNI vision is a future in which the ability to understand and control matter at the nanoscale leads to a revolution in technology and industry that benefits society. The NNI’s member agencies advance a world-class nanotechnology research and development program leading to new materials, devices, and products. The NNI supports the development of robust educational resources, a skilled workforce, supporting infrastructure and tools, as well as a coordinated research strategy to study the potential environmental, health, safety, and societal impacts of nanotechnology.

National Reconnaissance Office – 205
The National Reconnaissance Office's Director's Innovation Initiative Program invests in advanced technologies, fosters innovation, and provides R&D seed funding to push the boundaries of technology to dramatically improve our overhead remote sensing capabilities. It presents an opportunity for developers not traditionally associated with the NRO.

Novati Technologies – 302
Novati Technologies is the leading innovation partner for accelerating nanotechnology development and commercialization. Novati's proven advanced technology and secure IP infrastructure combined with our Technology Development Process supports companies developing novel technologies for the Aerospace & Defense market. Novati Technologies is located within a 300,000 square foot "center of innovation" in Austin, TX, that houses advanced development 200mm/300mm silicon wafer facilities, including over 68,000 square feet of Class 10 clean rooms equipped with 200mm and 300mm wafer processing tools. The complex incorporates state-of-the-art, R&D and prototype manufacturing for micro/nanotechnology, microfluidics, photonics, MEMS and MOEMS, 3D IC/WLP/TSV integration, non-volatile memory, and III-V integration.

Raith America, Inc. – 209
Raith and Vistec have combined to form the largest organization across the globe specialized in providing innovative instrument solutions for electron beam lithography, ion beam lithography, nano manipulation, electron beam induced deposition and etching. With sub 10 nm linewidth guaranteed, Raith and Vistec electron beam lithography systems provide state of the art performance. Beyond established nano lithography capabilities, the core instruments are extended to versatile nano engineering solutions.