Graphenes: What To Do When Diverse Properties Become The Standard
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom D
10:00 - 10:20
Graphene has generated a great deal of excitement in many industries as a result of its outstanding promise. What is not often recognized is that physics changes at the nano scale. As as a result of those changes very small, seemingly insignificant differences among graphene products can greatly affect the performance of a product in any given application. This presentation will explore some of those changes and the impact they can have on product development, including building a solid business case. We will also show how this understanding has informed Nova Graphene's approach to taking graphene products to market.
Speaker Biography (Paul Beasant)
Paul has worked in renewable energy for the past 6 years and is a founder and director with the i-Valley Intelligent Community Association out of Acadia University while serving on the Board of the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce for four-years.
He is also on the Advisory Board of the National Graphene Association (U.S.), is a Principal with Nova Graphene 3D, The Ironbound Surf Company, Nova Agra Inc., and Synergistic Energy Systems.
Paul has a strong background as an entrepreneur and has worked as a business development executive and consultant for several years. He has extensive international experience, having traveled to nearly 50-countries and has lived and worked on 4 continents.