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Generally, vacuum-deposited or wet-coated transparent conductive oxides (TC0s) are used today.
GfE is the largest supplier of alumina doped zinc oxide (AZOY) as well as i-ZnO planar and rotatable targets for PV transparent conductive oxide (TCO) thin films in the world.
The obvious short-term opportunity in displays lies in the replacement of ITO by less expensive and more resilient materials, from alternative transparent conductive oxides of tin or zinc, to coatings made using conductive polymers and nanomaterials of various kinds.
The laboratory employs over 45 persons and its current research focuses on thin silicon films prepared by plasma processes, transparent conductive oxides, high efficiency crystalline solar cells and module lamination technology.
DuPont MCM's range of functional low-temperature curing inks for printed electronics applications employ various advanced resin chemistries enabling a variety of adhesion, flex and thermal properties and compatibility with a broad range of substrates, including paper, polyethylene naphthalate (PEN), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polycarbonate (PC), FR4 and transparent conductive oxides.
Topics include transparent conductive oxides, optical coatings, smart materials, electron beam evaporation, power supplies, atmospheric plasma technology, bombardment effects on adhesion, and surface preparation.
DyeTec Solar is an Ohio company whose technology is designed to utilize optimized Transparent Conductive Oxide (TCO) glass and Dye Solar Cell (DSC) materials and enables downstream suppliers in the glass market to mass produce high performing DSC - TCO glass based products for use in BIPV and AIPV environments.
Here again, NanoMarkets is able to bring to the table its long experience of analyzing the market for transparent conductive oxides, a class on which transparent electronics will be highly reliant.