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Innova Dynamics

Innova Dynamics

Innova Dynamics is a company that develops consumer electronics

Innova Dynamics is a company known for creating electronic materials for touch screen and display purposes. The company was founded by Alex Mittal, Arjun Srinivas, and Michael Young in 2007, in San Francisco, California, United States.

Commercializing materials that can transform polymers, surfaces, and devices by embedding nanoparticles into the surface of items is Innova's primary strategy. The application products they offer form transparent conductive electrodes for touch sensor devices. They manufacture and develop surfaces for antimicrobials, catalysis, decorations, optical management, thermo-mechanical performance, and other applications.

The materials that Innova manufactures are applied using a wet deposition process called roll-to-roll coating on conductive films, or through screen printing. Their platform, Innlay, allows the deposition method to provide a low-viscosity carrier for the particles across a surface. Once the particles are applied to the surface of a wet film they form a two-dimensional network. The solvents the swell or dissolve, and the polymer mesh structure is retained as nanoparticles are embedded to the surface. As the solvents dry, the polymers are embedded into the particles. These methods are utilized on touch screen phones, tablets, and ultrabooks.

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Alexander Mittal

Founder

Arjun Srinivas

Employee

Benjamin Huber

Employee

Brett Topche

Investor

Dan Button, PhD

Employee

Haider Akmal

Investor

hoang ly

Employee

Joe Lin

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Marshall Yang

Investor

Matt Serota

Employee

Michael Young

Founder

Prashant Ramesh

Employee

Ray Cheng

Investor

Russ Renzas

Employee

Saurabh Radhakrishnan

Employee

Serah Thomas

Employee

Yuka Yoshioka

Employee

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