ALD NanoSolutions featured in CU Boulder Today

ALD NanoSolutions (ALDN) and its founders including Professor Weimer, Professor George, Mike Masterson and Karen Buechler were featured in CU Boulder Today, the University of Colorado’s Boulder Campus publication. ALDN’s technology development along with its on-going, close relationship with CU and current/future commercial products are detailed in the full article: Spinoff company is all in the CU Boulder family

ALD NanoSolutions featured in EE Journal

ALD NanoSolutions was recently featured in the EE Journal article: Layer by Atomic Layer – Collecting ALD (and Its Opposite) News ALD for Particles, Polymers Finally, and most recently, I received an announcement about ALD NanoSolutions having had a “banner year.” Financial results aren’t something I typically focus on, but here we had what seemed like yet another ALD player that I wasn’t familiar with. So I thought I’d check them out too. Turns out they play a very different game from the one we’ve been looking at. They don’t do ALD for semiconductors; they focus on nanoparticles and polymers. Let’s start with the particle thing. One of the big […]


Company expands portfolio of high-value IP; deepens engagements with customers; doubles manufacturing space, and adds new reactors to increase production capacity at Colorado HQ BROOMFIELD, Colorado – Nov. 4, 2016 – Today, ALD NanoSolutions (ALD Nano), the pioneer and market leader in Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) technology on particles, reported a banner year on multiple fronts. The company partners with leading global materials companies to commercialize ALD advanced materials that significantly improve the performance, safety and other characteristics of end products in industries like lighting, batteries, sensors, life sciences and catalysts. 2016 highlights include new patents, deeper customer engagements, expanded manufacturing space, and new reactors to increase production capacity. The […]

ALD NanoSolutions to discuss spatial atomic layer deposition on powders at TechConnect 2016

Washington, D.C. — (May 16, 2016) – ALD NanoSolutions (ALDN) is represented at TechConnect World 2016 this year with one oral presentation. Dr. Karen Buechler will be discussing “Atmospheric Pressure Spatial ALD onto Powders with Conventional Powder Handling Equipment” during the Engineering Nanoparticles to Optimize Application Specific Performance session on Tuesday May 24th at 11:10AM ET. Please come listen to this innovative method for large scale production of ALD coated powders. Dr. Buechler will be attending all three days of the TechConnect World conference and looks forward to discussing how ALDN can help serve your needs. At ALD NanoSolutions, we bring the future of nanotechnology to the present. From new […]

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory investigates particle ALD using ALD NanoSolutions rotary reator

Washington D.C. (March 1, 2016) – Boris Feigelson’s group from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratories have just published a new article in the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A, Growth per cycle of alumina atomic layer deposition on nano- and micro-powders, concerning alumina growth rate on particles using ALD NanoSolutions’ RX rotary reactor.  The paper investigates the growth rate of ALD alumina on particles and shows similar results to past work with a growth rate per cycle of 0.15 – 0.20 nm/cycle at 150 °C. In addition, they investigated a range of nanometer-scale particle sizes to determine if particle size has any effect on growth rate. They report that the […]

ALD NanoSolutions and the University of Colorado awarded a US Patent for Deposition of Thin Films onto Li-Ion Battery Electrodes

DENVER, CO (Nov. 24, 2015) – Extending its proprietary Particle ALDTM and Polymer ALD™ technology platform, ALD NanoSolutions (ALDN) has exclusively licensed technology from the University of Colorado to develop novel  battery  electrode coatings.  The newly issued US Patent Number 9,196,901 “Lithium Battery Electrodes with Ultra-Thin Alumina Coatings” covers a process to create proprietary films which provide critical physical and chemical properties for extending the lifetime of lithium ion batteries. Using atomic layer deposition, the innovation allows for alumina coatings to penetrate into the electrode and conformally coat the active electrode particles. This precision surface coating builds physical strength as well as providing chemical protection in the lithium battery electrodes […]

ALD NanoSolutions journal article one of most read in 2014.

Denver, CO – ALD NanoSolutions is proud to announce that our article in JVST-A was one of the most read ALD articles from 2014. The article, Atmospheric pressure spatial atomic layer deposition web coating with in situ monitoring of film thickness, featuring our senior scientist, Dr. Markus Groner, with graduate student Alex Yersak and Professor Y.C. Lee from the University of Colorado – Boulder, discusses the in situ analysis of ALD growth on the first atmospheric pressure spatial ALD web coating reactor. It demonstrates ALD NanoSolutions’ commitment to innovation in roll to roll ALD and process control. Using reflectometry, ALD NanoSolutions and CU-Boulder were able to monitor thin film growth […]

ALD NanoSolutions presents at ALD2015.

PORTLAND, OREGON – (June 29, 2015) – ALD NanoSolutions will be presenting an oral presentation and a poster presentation at the American Vacuum Society ALD 2015 conference. Mr. Joe Spencer is discussing “Atmospheric Pressure Spatial ALD onto Powders with Conventional Powder Handling Equipment” during the Manufacturing session on Wednesday, July 1st at 9:00 AM PT. This talk focuses on our exciting new continuous ALD process and equipment that will revolutionize the Particle ALD market. Also be sure to stop by and talk to Dr. Markus Groner on Monday, June 29th at 5:30 PM PT while he is presenting his poster, “Particle ALD: Hollow Cathode Plasma for Rotary Bed Reactors”. Our […]

ALD NanoSolutions/Meaglow Development Partnership

DENVER, COLORADO — (Marketwired – April 21, 2015) – ALD NanoSolutions and Meaglow are pleased to announce an exclusive partnership for the development and marketing of hollow cathode plasma sources uniquely suited for atomic layer deposition onto particles. An ALD NanoSolutions particle reactor combined with a Meaglow plasma source allows newly developed plasma ALD chemistries to be performed onto particles in appreciable quantities. This expanded capability enables development of new materials and their eventual commercialization. “When you’re coating hundreds of grams of powder, ALD product gases significantly change the gas composition, requiring a robust remote plasma source,” says Joe Spencer, Director of Operations at ALD NanoSolutions. “The Meaglow hollow cathode plasma […]

ALDNanoSolutions, CU-Boulder and CoorsTek awarded $90,000 grant for development of new additive manufacturing precursors.

DENVER, COLORADO — (Feb. 18, 2015) – ALD NanoSolutions continues its long standing relationship with the University of Colorado with a $90,000 grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade. The funding from the Advanced Industry Accelerator grant will develop direct ink writing using particle ALD core-shell precursors for net-shape additive manufacturing of advanced 3-D ceramic structures. Professor Alan Weimer at the University of Colorado is partnering with ALD NanoSolutions and CoorsTek to develop an enabling production process for the next generation of  advanced 3-D ceramics for use in additive manufacturing. The program will use Particle ALDTM to coat sintering additives directly onto fine ceramic particles and optimize the […]