Thermal Applications of xGnP Graphene Nanoplatelets
Grand Ballroom H
15:30 - 15:55
xGnP graphene nanoplatelets manufactured by XG Sciences comprise a few layers of graphene with nanometer-scale thickness, micron-scale size, and surface area up to several 100s m2/gm. These nanoplatelets can be functionalized, dispersed and formulated into usable products of various form factors with tailored thermal, electrical, and mechanical properties. Grease type thermal interface materials have demonstrated low thermal impedance <0.1cm2•K/W. XG Leaf graphene sheets used as heat spreaders have demonstrated high thermal conductivity >500W/m•K with excellent EMI Shielding. Thermal spray coatings >10W/m•K can be painted on various surfaces. These are examples of a growing portfolio of thermal management products using graphene nanoplatelets.
Speaker Biography (Percy Chinoy)
Dr. Percy Chinoy serves as Senior Director, Business Development at XG Sciences. He is responsible for driving business strategy, partner alliances, new business opportunities, and sales of graphene nanoplatelets and value-added products across broad range of applications in composites and coatings in sporting goods, automotive, electronics, consumer, industrial, and other markets. Percy has over 20 years of experience in specialty materials, developing new markets and commercializing new technologies and products in companies such as Arradiance, American Superconductor, Parker Hannifin, Rohm and Haas, and M/A-COM. Percy earned his Ph.D. in Chemical/Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and MBA from Boston College.
Company Profile (XG Sciences, Inc.)
XG Sciences (www.xgsciences.com) is the market leader in graphene nanoplatelets and value-added products such as anode materials, sheets, inks, coatings and TIMs. The mechanical, thermal, electrical, barrier, chemical resistance and lubrication properties of xGnP® graphene nanoplatelets have demonstrated compelling value propositions across a broad range of applications such as battery electrodes, thermal management in consumer electronics, high-strength composites, conductive inks in printed electronics, lubricating oils, and so on. Graphene products made from scalable manufacturing processes in a fully functioning pilot plant in Lansing MI have been sold to hundreds of customers globally who are in various stages of commercialization.