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Posted on October 3, 2011 by  & 
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Dr. Michael Carmody joins Intrinsiq Materials

Intrinsiq continue to strengthen their conductive inks formulation and printed electronics application team

Intrinsiq Materials is pleased to announce that Dr. Michael Carmody has joined the company as the Director of Ink Research and Applications at the Rochester, NY facility. Mike will be assisting clients with their adoption and integration of Intrinsiq's nanoparticle based inks, initially focusing on the
CI-002 inkjet copper and CP-001 screen print copper products.
Mike received his BS in Chemistry from the University of Detroit and a PhD in Organic Chemistry from The Ohio State University. He worked three decades in the Research and Development Laboratories at Eastman Kodak in Rochester, NY. His work has focused on the development of novel materials for imaging systems and properties and development of inkjet inks.
His management experiences include Laboratory Head of Kodak Dye Research and Director of the OLED Devices R&D lab. He has served as adjunct faculty at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Monroe Community College, and SUNY Brockport.
Mike will present "Novel Low Temperature Copper Inkjet Inks are a Low Cost Alternative to Silver for Printed Electronics", Tuesday, Oct 4 at the Digital Fabrication 2011 Conference at Non-Impact Printing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mike will also be presenting at Printed Electronics USA 2011 IDTechEx Printed Electronics & Photovoltaics USA 2011, Santa Clara, 30 Nov- 1 Dec.
Datasheets are available for Intrinsiq's copper inks and Intrinsiq's technical team is on hand to answer queries relating to the printing and photonic curing of the inks. Custom ink formulations are also possible.
See us at IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2011 Printed Electronics & Photovoltaics USA 2011, Santa Clara, 30 Nov- 1 Dec .
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