Inc. (OTCBB: XDSL) today announced that it has been invited to give a technical
presentation on smart surfaces and the Smart NanoBattery implementation at a
technical symposium hosted at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New
Jersey on July 26, 2010. The symposium will highlight research and development
advances that incorporate micro- and nanoscale structures and mechanical electrical
microsystems (MEMS) designs.
The workshop, organized and attended by the Tri-State University participants
and Picatinny Arsenal, is being held to facilitate communications and collaboration
among MEMS/NEMS/nanomanufacturing researchers in the New Jersey and New York
City metropolitan area. At the workshop, mPhase will discuss how it has incorporated
technical advances it has made to control and manipulate a liquid's interaction
on a smart surface, to develop the Smart NanoBattery architecture and how it
is using silicon fabrication assembly techniques to create the NanoBattery's
hermetically sealed packaging enclosure, an important feature for giving the
battery its very long shelf life.
"This workshop is a very good opportunity for mPhase to continue to participate
with the technical community and highlights the importance of having small business
involvement in New Jersey region," said Ron Durando, president and CEO
of mPhase Technologies. "We are looking forward to working with Stevens
Institute of Technology to promote research, development and commercialization
efforts involving these technologies."