Optical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights)

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Optical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryScope and MethodologyScope and Methodology Information SourcesInformation SourcesLarge-Area CoatingsLarge-Area CoatingsSol-Gel TechnologySol-Gel TechnologySuspended Particle DevicesSuspended Particle DevicesDiamond and Diamond-like CoatingsDiamond and Diamond-like CoatingsAmorphous CoatingsAmorphous CoatingsArchitectural WindowsArchitectural WindowsAutomotive ApplicationsAutomotive ApplicationsElectronic DisplaysElectronic DisplaysFiber OpticsFiber OpticsPhotovoltaicsPhotovoltaicsOptical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights), Introduction: Major Advances in Coating TechnologyLarge-Area CoatingsLarge-Area CoatingsStable; High Deposition RatesGrow Silicon Thin Films on Large AreasSol-Gel TechnologySol-Gel Ceramic FilmsDense; Transparent Sol-Gel Film Dries InstantaneouslyUniversité Montpellier: Sol-Gel Porous Silica Film Technology Seeks PartnerDiamond and Diamond-like CoatingsPulsed Laser Ablation Produces Amorphous Diamond FilmsClosing in on Ideal Synthesis of DLC FilmsAmorphous CoatingsAmorphous CoatingsOptical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights), ApplicationsArchitectural WindowsArchitectural WindowsLow-Emissive WindowsSmart WindowsAutomotive ApplicationsAutomotive ApplicationsLow-Emissivity Coatings for Automotive ApplicationsPPG Industries: Heat Treatment and Bending of Low-E GlassSol-Gel Coated GlassSPD for Automotive ApplicationsWater-Repellent Glass for AutomobilesMake Windshield Wipers a Thing of the PastElectronic DisplaysCathode Ray TubesAntireflection Coating of Cathode Ray TubesSkinheatingFlat-Panel DisplaysLiquid Crystal DisplaysSuperior Silicon Thin-Film Transistor Fab Process Developed at Columbia UniversitySuspended Particle DevicesPlasma Display PanelsField Emission DisplaysCandescent’s ThinCRTOrganic Light-Emitting DiodesFiber OpticsFiber OpticsCharacteristics of DWDMAPA OpticsLeybold SystemsPhotovoltaicsPhotovoltaicsAmorphous Silicon Solar CellsCheaper; Quasi-Monocrystalline Thin-Film Solar Cells EmergeCoatings Can Capture Solar EnergyThe Polytechnic University of Japan: MOCVD-Grown Zinc Phosphide Polycrystalline FilmsOptical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights), Market OutlookArchitectural WindowsLow-E and SolarSmart WindowsAutomotive ApplicationsWorldwide Market OutlookUS Market FiguresElectronic DisplaysOverall Display MarketThe Flat-Panel Display MarketFiber OpticsFiber OpticsPhotovoltaicsPhotovoltaicsCost ConsiderationsToday’s Thin-Film PV ModulesOptical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights), Research Efforts and OpportunitiesResearch Efforts and OpportunitiesAdvanced Technology Materials: Biodegradable CoatingAmes Laboratory: Hard Facing CoatingsAnalytical Services & Materials: Two-Phase Glass Coating California Fine Wire: High-Temperature Fine Wire CoatingCase Western Reserve University: Ceramic DepositionCSIRO Australia: Depositing Powder on SubstratesDERA: Slippery SurfacesDublin City University: Four Magnetron Unit SputtersÉcole des Mines: Improving Reactive Magnetron SputteringElletra Synchrotron Light Source: Fresnel Zone Plate LensesE. O. Paton Institute: License Deposition TechnologyEpitronics: Multispectral WindowsFine Ceramics Research Association: Mesoporous Silica FilmsFinishes Unlimited: Solvent-Free CoatingFraunhofer Society: Hybrid Inorganic/Organic Functionalized CoatingsIndustrial Technology Research Institute: Indium Tin Oxide CoatingsIsrael Ministry of Science: RF Magnetron SputteringITW Devcon Engineered Coatings: Glass-Flake LiningKent State University: Advanced LC Film TechnologyKharkov State Polytechnical University: Semiconducting Pyrargyrite LayersKyoto University: Reduce Powder ScatteringLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryLawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Extreme UV LithographyLoughborough University: Filter Arc EvaporationMassachusetts Institute of Technology: Corrosion MonitorMicroCoating TechnologiesNanjing University: Polypyrrole Carbon Fiber Composite FilmNihon University: Plasma-Treated PTFE PlatesNIST: Ceramic TBCNorthwestern University: Sputter Metallic OxideOak Ridge National Lab: Etch Even More InformationOPRI: Fiber CladdingRice University: Gold Spheres for Light-Absorbing CoatingsSandia National Laboratories: Extending the Life of Statues and StructuresSermatech: Chrome-Free Coats Protect Ferrous AlloysSUNY at Buffalo: Coating Electronics at Low TemperaturesTakasaki Radiation Chemistry Research Establishment: Hydrogel CoatingTexas Instruments: A Thin Film of XerogelTsinghua University: Find Out How Tough That Thin Film IsUniversal Display Corp.: Organic Luminescent CoatingsUniversit€t Konstanz: Nanophase-Separated Polymer FilmsUniversity of California; Berkeley: Nanometer-Thick Composite LayersUniversity of California; Davis: New Uses for Liquid CrystalsUniversity of California; Santa Barbara: Polymer Diodes Scale UpUniversity of Cincinnati: Silane Metal PretreatmentUniversity of Florida: Medical Instruments; ImplantsUniversity of Manchester: Treat Ceramics with HPDLUniversity of Nottingham: Low-Cost Materials in Corrosive EnvironmentsUniversity of Rochester: LCG FilmsUniversity of Toledo: Monatomic Metal LayersUS Department of Defense: Laser Shock Peening ProgramUS Naval Air Warfare Center: Optical Coatings Resist DamageVlaamse Instelling voor Technologisch Onderzoek: Scratch-Resistant Boron Nitride FilmsWashington University: QC CoatingsYamagata University: Layer Glows in MulticolorsOptical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights), Selected US PatentsSelected US PatentsSelected US PatentsOptical Coatings: Innovative Techniques Foster New Markets (Technical Insights), ResourcesContacts: Companies and Research GroupsContacts: Companies and Research GroupsInternet SourcesInternet Sources

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