Session 16: Sensors & Power
Printed Carbon Nanotube Sensor for Gas Detection
Thursday, February 15, 2018
11:40 AM - 12:00 PM
For years, the use of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in the field of gas sensor technology has been a subject of interest. The unique morphological properties of CNTs coupled with their capability to be functionalized with noble metals, metal oxides, and polymers makes them a compelling technology as a gas sensing platform. The Brewer Science printed CNT-based gas sensor array is capable of detecting multiple gases from a single printed electronic sensor that capitalizes on these technological advances with the advantages of a printed electronics manufacturing line. The InFlect ™ gas sensor is lightweight, requires low power, and reacts faster to the exposed environment compared to other gas/VOC sensor technologies. This presentation will discuss the technology behind these CNT-based gas sensors and the applications enabled by them.
Dominic Miranda is a Business Development Manager at Brewer Science, Inc. For nearly 18 years at Brewer Science, Dominic’s career has evolved from supporting Brewer’s anti-reflective coatings (ARC®) business from technical positions in Quality Assurance and R&D to business roles over the past in Marketing, Sales, and Business Development within the company’s lithography, wafer-level packaging, and now printed electronic systems. As the head of business development and sales for Brewer’s new Printed Electronics and Devices group, Dominic is focused on partnering with customers to deliver Brewer Science custom integrated smart sensors and IoT solutions.
Business Development Manager