Mark is an experienced start-up CEO with more than 12 years in senior management of technology and early stage ventures.
Dr. Hamers is the former chair of the chemistry department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and coordinates research regarding the interface between Silatronix electrolytes and advanced anodes and cathodes.
Dr. West is an emeritus professor within the chemistry department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and oversees the synthesis and purification work for OS compounds at Silatronix.
Carl is an experienced global sales and business development leader. He comes to Silatronix from Flextronics, where he was a Director of Global Account Management.
Dr. Homa has over 30 years of experience in developing battery technologies and electrochemical systems. Dr. Homa has lead R&D groups in early stage energy storage companies.
Dr. Gilbert has 20 years of corporate R&D experience developing battery technologies and over 25 years direct experience with materials synthesis and characterization.
Scott has over 25 years experience leading global supply and operations teams from large corporations and early stage start ups.
Scott is a Managing Director and head of technology practice at Venture Investors, LLC, a Midwest based venture capital firm. He serves on the boards of numerous early stage technology companies.
David has over 35 years of experience in leadership positions in battery/energy storage companies and provides strategy, marketing, business development, and general management support.
Marty Krueger is President of The Pyle Group, a private asset management firm in Madison, Wisconsin. He has served in various management and advisory capacities for a number of The Pyle Group companies.
Mr. Matsui has over 25 years of experience in battery technology, sales and marketing at SANYO Electric and is currently the Senior Manager at Inabata for the Energy Business Division.
Mr. Kuniyasu Oya spent 37 years in battery development at Sony, and was a key figure in the development of the first commercial Li-ion battery, launched in 1991. Before his retirement from Sony in January 2014, he was the Director of Li-ion Battery R&D.
Dr. Takeshi Abe is a professor in the Graduate School of Engineering at Kyoto University. His research is focused on Li-ion battery technology, and he is globally recognized as a thought leader and researcher in Li-ion battery electrolytes.
Electrolyte expert with over 30 years experience in battery development with an emphasis in bringing new additives to market. Over the past 10 years focused on commercial development of electrolyte additives at Sony.
Mr. Nishi is a retired Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer from Sony. At Sony, he led the research, development, and production effort to launch the first commercial Li-ion battery in 1991.
Mr. Dougherty is a former Director of Advanced Battery and Hybrid Systems for Johnson Controls. He is currently working in the energy field on energy conservation and conversion projects
Dr. Jack Deppe is a member of the USABC Technical Advisory Committee and the USDrive. He works closely with the DOE energy storage national laboratory programs.
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