we make x-ray images sharper
BrightSplash™ is a resin formulation that is produced by mixing green perovskite quantum dots (QD) in a polymer of choice. A uniform distribution of perovskite quantum dots in the polymer is paramount to making a high-quality product. Our proprietary technology enables us to grow a molecular coating around the perovskite quantum dots to stabilize them and make them chemically compatible with the polymer. It allows us to mix quantum dots and resins while avoiding aggregation.
Our molecular coating allows us to tailor the mass fraction of perovskite quantum dots in the resin to your need. We can evenly mix perovskite quantum dot mass fractions >80% in polymers for applications requiring high brightness. BrightSplash™ is a printable resin that can be processed to produce thin films or polymer parts with any desirable form factor.
BrightLeaf™ is a thin-film scintillator that converts high-energy photons such as X-rays to green light. The emitted green light matches well with the spectral response of silicon light detection devices such as charge-coupled detectors (CCD) and complementary metal oxide semiconductors (CMOS) and also thin-film transistor (TFT) based detectors without changing the form, fit and function of the detector. BrightLeaf™ is printed from (BrightSplash™) to make a thin film of any size using roll-to-toll technology. It is flexible, foldable, completely shock-resistant, and assumes any form factor.
We help radiologists and other professionals who require high-resolution images see more details and make better decisions. We make one of the main components of digital x-ray detectors (Scintillator). With our solution, we can help x-ray detectors manufacturers to build detectors that make x-ray images with unprecedented spatial resolution. The active components of BrightLeaf are a new generation of light-emitting nanomaterials. The Perovskite quantum dots (QDs). Perovskite QDs, with their impressive nanosecond decay time, offer a unique opportunity to assist detector manufacturers in producing the next generation of X-ray images with an extremely fast dynamic range.
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BrightComSol GmbH is a privately owned nanotechnology spin-off from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) Vienna, based in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in March 2020 by Dr. Behzad Shirmardi and Prof. Erik Reimhult each has more than a decade of experience in colloidal science and synthesis of nanomaterials. Our company registration number is FN 531696 g