New developments in material research are expanding our ability to create new advanced materials. Advanced materials that are needed in solving some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. Empowering researchers in fields such as Catalysis, Semiconductors and Healthcare is essential if we are to solve some of these challenges.
Nano structured materials have proved to be the ideal building blocks to enable next generation batteries, sensors, fuel cells and industrial catalysts. And that’s because when you go from macro to Nano, or from bulk size materials to atom size materials, properties change.
JUNE 8 , 2023
In this webinar we will present the technology behind catalysts coated membranes and the challenges of its development and production, and detail how new ways of generating nano particles and depositing those particles via printing contributes to tackle those challenges for a simplified, scalable and clean production of CCM’s.
OCT 21 , 2021
Using the prototype of the VSP-P1 NanoPrinter, Joost van Ginkel developed a method to direct-write conducting gold tracks on the top and sides of dies. It can thus provide an alternative method for creating interconnects or vias on soft materials, temperature sensitive materials, irregularly shaped materials, or curved surfaces.
SEP 16 , 2021
Our digital talk with prof. dr. G. (Giuseppe) Portale. He presents a novel strategy to embed the preparation of clean, ligand-free SnOx nanoparticles (SnOx-NPs) inside PEDOT:PSS polymeric thin films by using spark discharge.
APR 22 , 2021
The webinar is a combination of a classical webinar presentation and an in-depth experiment performed during the virtual demonstration part.With the launch of the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer we can further bridge the gap between research and industry and provide you with the necessary tools to create new materials faster, at the push of a button.
MAR 11 , 2021
The webinar deals with spark ablation as a source of nanoparticulate building blocks smaller than 20 nm in diameter. The principle of spark ablation will be explained and examples of applications of this research instrument and scalable method will be given.
FEB 18 , 2020
Together with Avantium, VSPARTICLE, prepared and screened 64 different Ni-Fe electrocatalysts in high throughput using the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer (VSP-P1). These electrocatalysts were employed in the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) using a high-throughput electrochemical cell.
DEC 10 , 2020
VSPARTICLE has developed a nanoparticle printing technology to produce nanostructured noble metal layers by depositing nanoparticles produced by spark-discharge. The sensing capabilities of the printed nanoparticles and the nano-porous morphology of the printed layers have proven to be very effective for developing SERS substrates that can be used as a standard tool for chemical analysis. This has led to the development of ENHANSERS, a nanotechnology company solely focussed on the production and distribution of nanostructured SERS substrates on a commercial scale.
DEC 01 , 2020
Through our webinar we aim to provide insight into how the VSP-G1 Nanoparticle Generator can be used to generate model aerosols on demand. While the focus lies on airborne exposure, the same processes and principles can be applied in nanomaterial manufacturing for other applications.
OCTOBER 08, 2020
The webinar ‘A paradigm shift in electrocatalyst synthesis’, presented by our Application Specialist dr.ir. Wilbert Vrijburg will showcase the flexibility of our technology and how its adoption can simplify the preparation of model electrocatalysts and accelerate the discovery novel electrocatalyst compositions.
JULY 02, 2020
VSPARTICLE goes beyond the current standard in research and introduces a fully automated system that can not only generate the desired nanoparticles but can also print them directly into a new product or integrate the nanoparticles as additional features into a desired product. The VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer enables you to print inorganic nanostructured materials with novel properties.
JUNE 09, 2020
Producing the desired nanoparticles becomes now as easy as pushing a button.
The three VSP-A deposition accessories can be easily connected to the output of the VSP-G1, enabling any researcher to produce nanoparticle samples in a matter of hours, with minimal effort.
Going from hypothesis to results in the same day is now a possibility.
APRIL 15, 2020
Accelerating the development of new nanostructured materials is key in solving some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. By introducing a fully automated and reproducible production process of new nanostructured materials, VSPARTICLE is helping researchers to accelerate their exploration of the material world and explore unique quantum properties.