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Positive Ceramic/SAM (Self-Assembled Monolayer) Bilayer Coatings

A dipping process that deposits a bi-layer coating consisting of a ceramic film with a compliant self-assembled monolayer (SAM) binding layer grow ceramic thin films onto silicon substrates has been patented at BU and is available for licensing. The field of the invention is protective packaging. Micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) such as gears,...
Published: 1/27/2020   |   Inventor(s): Junghyun Cho, Wayne Jones, Scott Oliver, Bahgat Sammakia
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Engineering, Technology Classifications > Electronics, Campus > Binghamton University

Metal Oxide Nanofibrous Materials for Photodegradation of Environmental Toxins

Huge amounts of environmental toxins, such as toxic industrial chemicals (TICs), toxic organic dyes, bio-pharmaceuticals, and chemical warfare agents (CWAs), bio-accumulate causing chronic and aesthetic pollution to the surrounding environments. Nanotechnology can provide novel systems for rapid decontamination and protection from environmental toxins...
Published: 1/17/2020   |   Inventor(s): Wayne Jones, Jian Liu, William Bernier, Julia Tollin, Danielle McCarthy, Emilly Obuya
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Nanotechnology, Campus > Binghamton University

Thermal Interposers with Nano Structures

This invention manages thermal challenges in increasingly high power applications and “hot” chip packages. For microelectronics and laser companies using high power packages, Binghamton University thermal interposer technology provides a means for integrated circuits to dissipate heat and continue to operate reliably at elevated temperatures. Metal...
Published: 7/22/2016   |   Inventor(s): Wayne Jones, Bahgat Sammakia
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, CleanTech, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Electronics, Campus > Binghamton University

Vapor Phase Polymerized Conductive Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) Thin Films

Conductive films can utilize materials across a wide swath of conventional technologies, with particular use of indium tin oxide (ITO). In addition to favorable conductivity, this material affords the resulting conductive films with other characteristics (e.g., transparency) that make the films amenable to the wide range of applications. ITO is, however,...
Published: 1/28/2016   |   Inventor(s): Wayne Jones, William Bernier, Nicholas Ravvin, Kenneth Skorenko
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, CleanTech, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Materials and Chemicals, Technology Classifications > Electronics, Campus > Binghamton University

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