Polymer-coated Supercapacitors

PRODUCT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Portable polymer-coated supercapacitors or energy storage devices, including but not limited to, textile supercapacitors
  • Products that incorporate polymer-coated supercapacitors

PRODUCT OPPORTUNITIES

ADVANTAGES

  • Can be made flexible or rigid based on the choice of substrate material
  • Portable
  • Higher charge density than Li ion thin film batteries
  • Free of any conductive metal current collector

TECHNOLOGY DESCRIPTION

This invention provides polymer-coated supercapacitors for energy storage applications.

ABOUT THE LEAD INVENTOR

Dr. Trisha Andrew is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research team builds textile electronics using a vapor deposition process, which allows for monolithic integration of electronic circuits onto flexible textile substrates.

AVAILABILITY:

Available for Licensing and/or Sponsored Research

DOCKET:

UMA 17-041

PATENT STATUS:

U.S. Patent US 10,832,873 Issued

NON-CONFIDENTIAL INVENTION DISCLOSURE

LEAD INVENTOR:

Trisha Andrew, Ph.D.

CONTACT:

This invention provides polymer-coated supercapacitors for energy storage applications.

Website

http://tto-umass-amherst.technologypublisher.com/tech/Polymer-coated_Supercapacitors

Contact Information

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Name: Ling Shen

Title: Senior Licensing Officer

Department: Technology Transfer Office

Email: lxshen@research.umass.udu

Phone: 413-545-5276