For applications in lightweight electronics, organic light-emitting diodes, solar cells, printed circuits, and light weight heat dissipation fins, thermally conductive polymer materials are seeing increasing application. Such materials may be intrinsically thermally conductive, or may be made conductive through the addition of thermally conductive filler materials. Depending on the application, the material may be isotropic or anisotropic – and increasingly these materials are seeing application as thin films (for example, in printed flexible circuits). In all of these applications, both electrical and thermal conductivity are key performance attributes to enable good thermal management and device design.
This webinar will explore recent developments in the thermal characterization of thermally tconductive polymers and polymer composites, highlighting work from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the University of Science and Technology of China, and University of Nottingham Ningbo in China; from Tomas Bata University in Zlin in the Czech Republic; from Anadolu University in Turkey; from Inje University and Duksan HI-METAL Co., Ltd. In South Korea; from Group NanoXplore and École de Technologie Supérieure in Canada; as well as application work from C-Therm’s application lab in Canada. This webinar will be of interest to materials scientists and engineers in the fields of conductive polymers and polymer composites research.
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