This webinar will discuss Phase I results of the Nano-Attach Project.
Webinar Presentation, December 17, 2008
iNEMI Nano-Attach Member Report, September 4, 2008
Advances in nanotechnology have enabled the realization of biomimetic-inspired structures (such as emulating a gecko's foot) that have demonstrated adhesion only with mechanical means, the ability to perform numerous attach-detach operations without performance degradation, and the ability to adhere to virtually any surface type. Most important is the realization of a room-temperature, non-chemical, attachment process using nano-attach technology.
The first phase of the Nano-Attach Project led to the identification of electronic assembly applications that would benefit from nano-attach adhesion techniques and the necessary requirements for their adaptation. Nano-attach technology gaps were identified from the team's technology benchmarking work.
- Project summary
- Applications - targeted requirements & technology gaps
- Pre-Phase 2 information
- Applications - proposed