Search Results for nanopackaging

They should all be commended for pushing the frontiers of research and development of nano-packaging and for updating the contents of this book for the benefit of electronics and sensing materials and packaging communities.

Author: James E. Morris

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319903620

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 996

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This book presents a comprehensive overview of nanoscale electronics and systems packaging, and covers nanoscale structures, nanoelectronics packaging, nanowire applications in packaging, and offers a roadmap for future trends. Composite materials are studied for high-k dielectrics, resistors and inductors, electrically conductive adhesives, conductive "inks," underfill fillers, and solder enhancement. The book is intended for industrial and academic researchers, industrial electronics packaging engineers who need to keep abreast of progress in their field, and others with interests in nanotechnology. It surveys the application of nanotechnologies to electronics packaging, as represented by current research across the field.
2018-09-22 By James E. Morris

Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Nanopackaging, Grenoble 27-28 June 2013 Xavier Baillin, Christian Joachim, Gilles Poupon. Fig. 10 A complete process flow for fabrication a full packaged atomic scale chip.

Author: Xavier Baillin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319211947

Category: Science

Page: 189

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This book is a first attempt to merge two different communities: scientists and technologists. Therefore, it is not a general overview covering all the fields of nanopackaging, but is mainly focused on two topics. The first topic deals with atomic scale devices or circuit requirements, as well as related recent technological developments; for example, surface science engineering and atomic scale interconnects studies. The second main part of the book brings CNT nano-materials solutions for resolving interconnect or thermal management problems in microelectronics device packaging. This book is not just useful for those who attended the International Workshop on Nanopackaging in Grenoble, but can provide valuable information to scientists and technologists in the nanopackaging community.
2015-08-06 By Xavier Baillin

Nanopackaging. X.D. Wang, Z.L. Wang, H.J. Jiang, L. Zhu, C.P. Wong, and J.E. Morris Abstract This chapter provides a brief overview on nanomaterials and nanopackaging, and then a review on recent advances on nanoparticles and their ...

Author: Daniel Lu

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387782195

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 724

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Significant progress has been made in advanced packaging in recent years. Several new packaging techniques have been developed and new packaging materials have been introduced. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the recent developments in this industry, particularly in the areas of microelectronics, optoelectronics, digital health, and bio-medical applications. The book discusses established techniques, as well as emerging technologies, in order to provide readers with the most up-to-date developments in advanced packaging.
2008-12-17 By Daniel Lu

Nanopackaging. Materials. Tomy J. Gutiérrez Thermoplastic Composite Materials (CoMP) Group, Institute of Research in Materials ... The development of food nano-packaging made mainly from composite materials (biopolymers, nanoclays, ...

Author: Giuseppe Cirillo

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119160205

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 462

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The book is intended as an overview on the recent and more relevant developments in the application of composite materials for food packaging applications, emphasizing the scientific outcome arising from the physico-chemical properties of such engineered materials with the needs of food quality and safety. Consumers are increasingly conscious of the strong relationship between food quality and health, and thus the request of packaging materials allowing the quality and safety of foods to be highly preserved. As a result, scientists from both academia and industry work to increase the quality of the food storage, with this book meant as a link between scientific and industrial research, showing how the development in composite materials can impact the field. In the book, the inorganic materials employed for the preparation of composite material is extensively analyzed in terms of physico-chemical properties, environmental and reusability concerns, as well as food interaction features, highlighting the importance and the potential limitations of each approach.
2018-05-22 By Giuseppe Cirillo

2008), with an estimated 400 to 500 nanopackaging products currently on the market, and with estimates that 25 percent of all food packaging materials will utilize nanotechnology in the next ten years (Helmut Kaiser Consultancy Group ...

Author: Donald Maclurcan

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439855775

Category: Science

Page: 335

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The rise of collaborative consumption, peer-to-peer systems, and not-for-profit social enterprise heralds the emergence of a new era of human collectivity. Increasingly, this consolidation stems from an understanding that big-banner issues—such as climate change—are not the root causes of our present global predicament. There is a growing and collective view that issues such as this are actually symptoms of a much more vicious, seemingly insurmountable condition: our addiction to economic, consumption, and population growth in a world of finite resources. Nanotechnology and Global Sustainability uses nanotechnology—the product of applied scientific knowledge to control and utilize matter at atomic and molecular scales—as a lens through which to explore the interrelationship between innovation, politics, economy, and sustainability. This groundbreaking book addresses how stakeholders can actively reshape agendas to create positive and sustainable futures through this latest controversial, cross-sectoral technology. It moves beyond issues of efficiency, productivity, and utility, exploring the insights of 22 contributors from around the world, whose work spans the disciplines of science and the humanities. Their combined knowledge, reinforced with various case studies, introduces an exciting prospect—how we can innovate without economic growth. This new volume in the Perspectives in Nanotechnology series is edited by Dr. Donald Maclurcan and Dr. Natalia Radywyl. Dr. Maclurcan is a social innovator and Honorary Research Fellow with the Institute for Nanoscale Technology at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Dr. Radywyl is a social researcher and Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She is also an Adjunct Research Fellow in the Faculty of Life and Social Sciences at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne. This book is written for a wide audience and will be of particular interest to activists, scholars, policy makers, scientists, business professionals, and others who seek an understanding of how we might justly transition to sustainable societies.
2018-09-03 By Donald Maclurcan

Bio and Nano Packaging Techniques 473 for Electron Devices, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-28522-6_23, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012 J. Uhlemann (B) · K. Wolter Electronics Packaging Laboratory, Technische 23 DC Electrodes for Cell ...

Author: Gerald Gerlach

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642285226

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 628

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This book discusses future trends and developments in electron device packaging and the opportunities of nano and bio techniques as future solutions. It describes the effect of nano-sized particles and cell-based approaches for packaging solutions with their diverse requirements. It offers a comprehensive overview of nano particles and nano composites and their application as packaging functions in electron devices. The importance and challenges of three-dimensional design and computer modeling in nano packaging is discussed; also ways for implementation are described. Solutions for unconventional packaging solutions for metallizations and functionalized surfaces as well as new packaging technologies with high potential for industrial applications are discussed. The book brings together a comprehensive overview of nano scale components and systems comprising electronic, mechanical and optical structures and serves as important reference for industrial and academic researchers.
2012-07-16 By Gerald Gerlach

However, in the case of nanopackaging and nanofood, the public awareness and knowledge are limited, and individuals do not have extensive experience with nanotechnology (Fischer et al., 2012; Lee, Scheufele, & Lewenstein, 2005; ...

Author: Seid Mahdi Jafari

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128160428

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 774

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Food Nanotechnology: Applications and Approaches is the definitive guide on all aspects of nano-sized ingredients and devices for the food sector. The book brings science and applications together on the nano-scale into nano-structured food materials, with an emphasis on their production, processing, engineering, characterization, and applications of food materials containing true nano-sized dimensions or nano-structures that enable novel/enhanced properties or functions. All chapters emphasize original results relating to experimental, theoretical, computational, and/or applications of nano-materials in food. Topics such as the application of nanotechnology in food processing operations, functional ingredients, quality control, nutraceutical delivery, and packaging of food products are very attractive and beneficial to both academics and practitioners. Finally, the safety of applying nano ingredients and nano devices is covered. Brings novel applications of nanotechnology in processing food products Shows how to improve the formulation of food products with nano-structured ingredients Explores new opportunities in food packaging through nano-structured materials
2020-06-17 By Seid Mahdi Jafari

Integration of silver nanoparticles (and others) for their antimicrobial properties Nanopackaging Improved nanopackaging Active nanopackaging Improvement of mechanical properties (rigidity, strength, flexibility, durability) and barrier ...

Author: Ineke Malsch

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780849381454

Category: Medical

Page: 376

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Addressing medium- and long-term expectations for human health, this book reviews current scientific and technical developments in nanotechnology for biomedical, agrofood, and environmental applications. This collection of perspectives on the ethical, legal, and societal implications of bionanotechnology provides unique insight into contemporary te
2016-04-19 By Ineke Malsch

10.2 shows schematic diagram of typical antimicrobial nanopackaging coating film. Active Nanopackaging Active nanopackaging includes the use of metallic oxide nanoparticles in nanocomposites that are added in the packaging ...

Author: Alexandru Grumezescu

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128043790

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 772

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Novel Approaches of Nanotechnology in Food, a volume in the Nanotechnology in the Agri-Food Industry series, represents a summary of the most recent advances made in the field of nanostructured materials that have significant impact on the agri-food industry. Because the current food market needs innovation, nanotechnology coupled with novel interdisciplinary approaches and processing methods has enabled important advances that have the potential to revolutionize agri-food sector. Nanotechnology can serve to resolve challenges faced by the food and bioprocessing industries for developing and implementing systems that can produce qualitative and quantitative foods that are safe, sustainable, and ecofriendly. This book is a valuable resource for scientists, researchers, and engineers in food science and biotechnology fields, as well as students who want information on cutting-edge technologies. Provides worldwide research applications of nanomaterials and nanotechnology useful in food research Presents analytical methods for enzyme immobilization onto magnetic nanoparticles Includes strategies of behavior and structure function to increase application enhancement and control Discusses nanomaterial regulations and for consumer protection awareness
2016-05-13 By Alexandru Grumezescu

The aim of nanopackaging is to develop nanoscale passives, interfaces and interconnections, which can be compressed into highly miniaturized systems. The standard definition of nanopackaging, according to IEEE can be considered as ...

Author: Shivendu Ranjan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319531120

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 305

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In this book we present ten chapters describing the synthesis and application of nanomaterials for health, food, agriculture and bioremediation. Nanomaterials, with unique properties are now being used to improve food and agricultural production. Research on nanomaterials is indeed revealing new applications that were once thought to be imaginary. Specifically, applications lead to higher crop productivity with nanofertilisers, better packaging, longer food shelf life and better sensing of aromas and contaminants. these applications are needed in particular in poor countries where food is scarce and the water quality bad. Nanotechnology also addresses the age old issue of water polluted by industrial, urban and agricultural pollutants. For instance, research produces nanomaterials that clean water more efficiently than classical methods, thus yielding water for drinking and irrigation. However, some nanomaterials have been found to be toxic. Therefore, nanomaterials should be engineered to be safe for the environment.
2017-03-01 By Shivendu Ranjan