NT22 Parallel symposium on industrial applications of low-dimensional materials
The NT22 conference (22nd International Conference on the Science and Applications of Nanotubes and Low-Dimensional materials) will be held at Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea from June 19th to 24th, 2022.
The NT conference series is one of the most influential scientific meetings in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. NT22 is dedicated to reporting and discussing all aspects of recent progresses in the research of carbon nanotubes, graphene, 2D and other low-dim materials and systems. Topics include, but are not limited to, synthesis, processing, functionalization, characterization, theory, application, and industrialization.
Canatu’s VP of Engineering Dr. Taneli Juntunen will deliver a presentation in the 1st parallel symposium on industrial applications of low-dimensional materials. During his talk, Dr. Juntunen will present Canatu CNT technology, applications, products and roadmap, as well as the unique manufacturing and synthesis processes that go behind creating the most advanced carbon nanotubes.
Chemistry building, room no. 330118
|Chair||Geon-Woong Lee, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute|
|Co-chairs||Fei Wei, Tsinghua University, China|
Yan Qu, The Six Element (Changzhou) Materials Technology Co. Ltd, China
Noda Suguru, Waseda University, Japan
|14:30-15:00 Mass production and application development of single-walled carbon nanotubes|
Mitsugu Uejima, ZEON Corporation Japan
15:00-15:30 New generation graphene conductive slurry for LIB application and its development trend
Peiyu Sun, Shanshan Corporation, China
15:30-15:40 Short break
15:40-16:10 Silicon/Graphene Composite Anode Material for High Capacity Li-Ion Batteries
Hakmin Lee, HNS Co. Ltd., Korea
16:10-16:40 The most advanced carbon nanotubes for industry-transforming products
Taneli Juntunen, Canatu, Finland
Hee Jin Jeong
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Carbon is the most versatile material in the universe. We create the most advanced carbon nanotubes, allowing us to work with forerunner companies in diverse industries.
Canatu’s proprietary carbon nanotube (Canatu CNT) technology is based on the unique dry floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition (FC-CVD) process. The process ensures consistent record-breaking quality of CNTs, as proven by our experience in mass production for the automotive industry since 2015 and for the semiconductor industry since 2021.
The broad applicability of Canatu CNTs is attributed to our leading control over the CNT synthesis and industrial manufacturing processes. When the remarkable one-dimensional intrinsic properties of virtually defect-free Canatu CNTs are expanded into a two-dimensional network, the resulting membrane exhibits unequaled combination of optical, thermal, electrical, and mechanical properties, which may be tailored extensively.
Our scalable manufacturing and product platforms – currently transparent conductive films, free-standing CNT membranes, and point-of-care sensing – allow us to develop diverse products with different industries. Today, Canatu mass produces its products for three companies in the automotive and one in the semiconductor industries, with current product portfolio ranging from automotive Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) heaters to capacitive touch sensors to EUV pellicles and beyond.