Dr Steve Sinton, Principal Chemist
Dec 05, 2012.
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• Identify and discuss challenges associated with graphene materials in aerospace: business value, technical risks, and environmental/health issues
• Describe Lockheed Martin's activities with graphene technology
• Discuss future potential of graphene in aerospace applications
Speaker Biography (Steve Sinton)
Dr. Sinton is a Lockheed Martin Technical Fellow at the LM Space Systems Company, Advanced Technology Center, Palo Alto, CA. He currently leads a group of R&D professionals engaged in the design and synthesis of advanced materials, with emphasis on nanomaterials for electronic, sensing, and structural aerospace applications. Some of their recent focus areas include carbon nanotube synthesis and devices, graphene and modified films, and nanometal particles. In prior years he worked on materials failure analysis, with expertise in polymer and energetic material chemistries, and the development of spectroscopic tools for analysis of complex materials. Prior to joining Lockheed Martin in 1987, Dr. Sinton worked for Exxon at their Production Research facility in Houston, Tx, where he studied complex fluids such as surfactant microemulsions for applications in enhanced oil recovery. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from University of California, Berkeley.
Company Profile (Lockheed Martin)
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Lockheed Martin, one of the world's largest defense contractors, is an American global aerospace, defense, security and advanced technology company with worldwide interests. It is headquartered in the Washington, DC, area (Bethesda, Maryland), with 116,000 employees worldwide. Lockheed Martin operates in six business segments. These comprise Aeronautics, Information Systems & Global Solutions, Missile and Fire Control, Mission Systems and Training, International, and Space Systems. The company has received the Collier Trophy many times, developed the F-22 Raptor fighter jet and is delivering the F-35.