Anisotropic Electronically Conductive Films Templated Using Ultrasonic Focusing – IP 1506

Florida International University (FIU) is pursuing a business partner interested in developing and commercializing Anisotropic Electronically Conductive Films Templated using Ultrasonic Focusing. FIU inventors have created a simple approach to fabricate optically transparent and anisotropically conductive films. Using acoustic focusing, elastomers were doped with conductive metal particles and rendered surface conductive at particle loading as low as 1%. The resulting films were flexible and had transparencies exceeding 80% in the visible spectrum and with electrical bulk conductivities exceeding 50 S/cm. This method of acoustic focusing is proven to be simple, faster, and more advantageous without the use specialized instruments. Additionally, acoustic stimuli allow rapid, gentle, label-free particle manipulation. We are looking for a business partner to further develop and commercialize the Anisotropic Electronically Conductive Films as a viable alternative to commercially available solutions and to exploit its scientific and business potential as an efficient and effective, one-pot method for preparing conductive films. Shantanu Balkundi 305-348-8061

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