Kolon Industries, Inc. has developed a new colorless polyimide (CP) material that will revolutionize flexible electronics, e-paper, and more.
A novel circuit that provides simple, reliable, and safe battery management for high-voltage battery systems.
This method efficiently controls parasitic power in fuel cell systems. “Parasitic power” refers to power required for internal system maintenance rather than for the system’s primary purpose of net power output.
A sensor and actuator networking innovation applicable to smart vehicle or component control. This innovation requires no additional connectivity beyond the wiring providing power.
This advanced copolymer gel electrolyte enhances the performance of lithium ion batteries. The electrolyte is a polyimide-polyethylene oxide (PEO) rod-coil copolymer gel with a highly cross-linked three-dimensional structure.
A device for storing and retrieving electronic data stores digital information as a multi-level digital or as an analog signal on a ferroelectric transistor that can be retrieved and converted back to the original digital data.
Designed to limit the power output from a battery without compromising battery lifetime in situations where there is little headroom for dropping voltage or wasting current.
This fabrication method for the first rhombohedrally grown SiGe semiconductor alloy structure that will enable the development of ultra-fast chipsets exhibiting charge mobility of more than 3,000 cm2/Vs—well beyond the state of the art for semiconductor chips.
This technology enables selective reconfiguration of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and similar devices between redundant and non-redundant operation, to meet application needs for the right mix of reliability and high capacity.
This innovative X-ray diffraction (XRD) method determines twin defects in single crystals, poly-crystals, and crystalline structures at whole-wafer scale.