Industrial Applications Of Graphene Nanotubes (Graphene & 2D Materials Europe 2020)

Mr Andrey Senyut, Vice President, CEO
OCSiAl Energy
Prof Jonathan Coleman, Professor of Chemical Physics
Trinity College Dublin, CRANN Institute and AMBER
Jens Wolters, Business Developer
BÜFA GmbH & Co. KG

Speaker Biography (Andrey Senyut)

Vice-president of OCSiAl Group, CEO @ OCSiAl Energy: leading product development of high-performance solutions based on TUBALL graphene nanotubes for li-ion batteries and other energy storage applications
  • Major 1: Technical Entrepreneurship @ Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT)
  • Major 2: General and Applied Physics @ Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT)

Speaker Biography (Jonathan Coleman)

Jonathan Coleman is the Professor of Chemical Physics and a researcher in the AMBER Research centre at Trinity College Dublin. His research involves the production of nanomaterials and their applications from energy storage to sensing to electronics. He has published ~350 papers in journals including Nature and Science and has been cited ~55,000 times. He was recently listed by Thomson Reuters among the world's top 100 materials scientists and has collaborated with many companies including Hewlett-Packard, Intel, SAB Miller, Nokia-Bell Labs and Thomas Swan.

Speaker Biography (Jens Wolters)

2002-2007 FH Münster University of Applied Sciences
SAERTEX multiCom GmbH
2007 Diploma thesis
BÜFA Composite Systems GmbH & Co. KG
2007-2013 Product development & fundamental research
2009-2012 Project manager
CarboRoad - Inno.CNT
2014-2018 Regional Manager Eastern Europe
Since 2019 New Business Manager

Company Profile (OCSiAl)

OCSiAl Group is the first company to develop breakthrough yet low-cost technology with unlimited scaling potential for the mass production of graphene nanotubes (TUBALL™). For today, the company is an absolute market leader in terms of price, capacity, sales, and number of validated market solutions. Its current annual capacity is 75 tonnes. The number of current partners and customers exceeds 600 companies in more than 40 countries. OCSiAl's corporate R&D centre includes more than 100 scientists and specialists in various fields of physics, chemistry, and materials science.
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Company Profile (Trinity College Dublin, CRANN Institute and AMBER)

AMBER, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and Bio-Engineering Research, is a multidisciplinary partnership between world-leading physicists, chemists, material scientists, bioengineers and industry researchers. We work collaboratively to address fundamental research questions and create solutions with impact for society in ICT, MedTech, energy and sustainable industrial technologies. Based in Trinity College Dublin, AMBER also includes researchers from The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, University College Cork, NUI Galway, Dublin City University, Tyndall National Institute, University of Limerick and Athlone Institute of Technology.

Company Profile (BUEFA Composite Systems GmbH & Co, KG)

BÜFA Composite Systems is a systems supplier offering innovative, tailor-made composite products, excellent technical service, complete solutions and equipment as well as application expertise.
Processors of reactive resins need competent and innovative suppliers for the production of components made of reinforced plastics but also for unreinforced applications.
The extensive range of technologies that are available from BÜFA Composite Systems means an advance in knowledge for manufacturers in the automotive, rail vehicles, wind energy, building and construction, sanitary, tanks and pipes, marine and leisure industries.