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POORNIMA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY JAIPUR

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

2011-12 A Seminar On

“MORPH TECHNOLOGY
Submitted To : K.R. Prajapat Rachna Gera Asst.Prof.(ECE, PIET) Submitted By: Saurabh Mittal 4th yr., PIET, ECE EC/08/82

CONTENTS
NANOTECHNOLO GY SELF CLEANING SENSING THE ENVIORNMENT

MOLECULAR NANOTECHNOLO GY

FEATURES OF NOKIA MORPH

TRANSPARENT ELECTRONICS

APPLICATION OF NANOTECHNOLO GY- “MORPH””

TECHNOLOGIES USED

WEARABLE DEVICE

MORPH-ORIGIN

CONCEPT OF NOKIA MORPH

CONCLUSION

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IT Sector etc. Nanotecnology has a wide variety of applications including Medicine. Energy. 3   PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . and involves developing materials or devices within that size.NANOTECHNOLOGY  Nanotechnology. shortened to “Nanotech". is the study of the control of matter on an atomic and molecular scale. Generally nanotechnology deals with structures of the size 100 nanometers or smaller.

Nanostructured surfaces. ultimately reducing corrosion.)  Nanotechnology also can be leveraged to create selfcleaning surfaces on mobile devices.NANOTECHNOLOGY (CONT.  4 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . and even fingerprints utilizing effects also seen in natural systems. such as “Nanoflowers” naturally repel water. dirt. wear and improving longevity.

5 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . a machine that can produce a desired structure or device atom-by-atom using the principles of mechanosynthesis.MOLECULAR NANOTECHNOLOGY  Molecular nanotechnology. sometimes called molecular manufacturing. describes engineered nanosystems (nanoscale machines) operating on the molecular scale.  Molecular nanotechnology is especially associated with the molecular assembler.

Millions of tiny micro-fibres will help to hold the handset in a new position. With this technology mobile phones can be folded. PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012    6 . turned into bracelet and the colour can also be changed completely.APPLICATION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY – “MORPH”  Nanotechnology might be capable of delivering flexible materials. Morph uses nanotechnology and liquid batteries to enable the flexibility and transparency of the materials used. and self-cleaning surfaces. transparent electronics.

 The word “MORPH” means :  Transform Quickly Change Shape 7 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .

Nanoflowers. Nanosensors and Nanograss are the important nanostructures that are utilized in Nokia Morph 8 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .Fibril Prteins .

PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 9 . 2008 at The Museum of Modern Art (Design and The Elastic Mind Exhibition) in New York City. transparent electronics and self-cleaning surfaces that could be used to make Nokia Morph . nanotechnology might be capable of delivering: flexible materials.   It demonstrates that.MORPH-ORIGIN  The concept of Morph was unveiled on February 25. A product of a joint study into the future of mobile phones by the Nokia Research Center and the University of Cambridge's Nanoscience Centre.

10 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .

CONCEPT OF NOKIA MORPH  It demonstrates the ultimate functionality that nanotechnology might be capable of delivering: flexible materials. Dr. transparent electronics and self-cleaning surfaces. commented: "Nokia Research Center is looking at ways to reinvent the form and function of mobile devices. the Morph concept shows what might be possible". Nokia. Chief Technology Officer. Bob Iannucci.  11 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .

12  PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . and a wide range of fully integrated sensors.)  The device. which is non-functional. which would allow the device to be seethrough yet functional. self-cleaning surfaces that can absorb solar energy to recharge the phone's battery. transparent electronics.CONCEPT OF NOKIA MORPH(CONT. is intended to provide a conceptual showcase for future applications of nanotechnology in the realm of consumer electronics. The phone's theoretical feature list would include the ability to bend into numerous shapes. so it can be worn around the wrist or held up to the face.

NANOSCIENCE CENTRE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 13 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .

NOKIA RESEARCH CENTRE 14 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .

TECHNOLOGIES USED IN NOKIA MORPH  Nano Enabled Energy :Nanotechnology holds out the possibility that the surface of a device will become a natural source of energy via a covering of “Nanograss” structures that harvest solar power. New electrolyte solutions (ionic liquids) for safe and high power batteries. Deformable and bendable structures PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012  15 . Enhanced Dense Batteries:Nanostructured electrodes for very low equivalent series R energy sources.

16 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . and integration with battery structures. Ultra thin flexible structures. Super Capacitors :Nanoenhanced dielectrics for separator and high power capacitors. for ultimately distributed energy storage.

17 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . Solar Cells :Nanowire solar cells using nanowire networks. Silicon solar cell production for emerging markets as primary power Source.

Spider-Silk TransparentElectronics Haptic-Surface Nanotechnology Sensing Nanoscale Grass Self-Cleaning Stretchable WearableDevice Recycling 18 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .

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whilst batteries become smaller. PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012   20 .FEATURES OF NOKIA MORPH  Newly-enabled flexible and transparent materials blend more seamlessly with the way we live Devices become self-cleaning and self-preserving   Transparent electronics offering an entirely new aesthetic dimension Built-in solar absorption might charge a device. longer lasting and faster to charge Integrated sensors might allow us to learn more about the environment around us. empowering us to make better choices.

could share these flexible properties. A folded design would fit easily in a pocket and could lend itself ergonomically to being used as a traditional handset.   21 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . Even integrated electronics. from interconnects to sensors.FLEXIBLE & CHANGING DESIGN  Spider silk elasticity enables the device to literally change shapes and configure itself to adapt to the task at hand.

ultimately reducing corrosion. such as “Nanoflowers” naturally repel water. and even fingerprints utilizing effects also seen in natural systems. dirt.  22 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . wear and improving longevity. Nanostructured surfaces.SELF CLEANING  Nanotechnology also can be leveraged to create selfcleaning surfaces on mobile devices.

from analyzing air pollution. 23 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . to gaining insight into bio-chemical traces and processes.SENSING THE ENVIORNMENT  Nanosensors would empower users to examine the environment around them in completely new ways.

24 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .TRANSPARENT ELECTRONICS  Transparent electronics is an emerging technology that employs wide band-gap semiconductors for the realization of invisible circuits.

25 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 . with the goal of becoming a seamless extension of body and mind.WEARABLE DEVICE  It can be worn constantly.

stretchable and shape changing. so that they can be easily integrated in our everyday routines without special adjustments on our part. 26 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .  These mobile devices will be flexible. versatile possibilities.CONCLUSION  According to the developers. bringing us new. using nanotechnology can lead to low cost manufacturing solutions as well as adjustable. empowering devices.

Thank You 27 PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 .

QUERIES ??? PIET/EC/08/82 3/19/2012 28 .

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