Rushford Conductive NanoFiber (RCNF) is a nanotechnology company that uses proprietary technology developed at the University of Delaware to accurately place nanoparticles. The process is a simple, powerful, cost-effective technique done at room temperature using environmentally responsible chemistry. Other processes (e.g. CVD) used to place nanoparticles are energy-intensive, high-cost, and not deposited in a well-controlled manner. Our technique allows for the proper placement and control over orientation of nano particles on a wide array of non conductive substrates leading to many novel properties. Rushford NanoElectroChemistry Company (RNECC) is a nano engineering company that specializes in nano electrochemistry. We exploit these properties to produce nano-enabled products with low production cost. RCNF was spun off to commercialize and focus on one particular aspect of the technology.
Multi Disciplinary team with experience and expertise in: Nanotechnology, materials, textiles & composites, engineering, information technology & communications, analog-digital signal processing, manufacturing etc.
Ravi Sundaram – Co-founder/CEO
Kevin Klungtvedt – Co-founder/President
Dr. Erik Thostenson – Science and Technology Advisor (University of Delware)
Dr. Lenas Hedland – Advisor Metrology and Measurement Systems
Kurt Knappen – Chief Architect DAQ Systems
John Klungtvedt – Research Engineer