A Patent Film
Mr. Jude Iroh, professor at UC’s school Aerospace systems and his team have finally succeeded in developing a new polymer based film that may give a new dimension to the electrical and energy related products. Mr. Jude Iroh and his team have been performing research and development for a new transparent conductive film at the University of Cincinnati for many years.
The new film is believed to be useful in every day products ranging from touch panel displays on smart phones and tablets to flat panel displays in LCD and plasma televisions. The new film is expected to provide flexibility in terms of cost and availability. Further, the new film material has increased optical properties as a result of which it is easy to adjust the thickness of the film. This property further improves the electrical conductivity of the material while remaining more transparent than the existing ITO films.
Mr. Iroh believes that the new film may outperform existing materials of its kind, as it is environmental friendly, durable, and has ability to resist severe conditions such as extreme heat. University of California filed a provisional application for the same invention on 5th November 2011.