Mr Ryan Mendoza, VP Engineering
Graphene Frontiers (Mr Ryan Mendoza) - Presentation*
Graphene Frontiers (Mr Ryan Mendoza) - Audio Presentation*
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• Technology overview; properties and advantages of graphene for use in hybrid devices.
• Graphene/Carbon Nanotube hybrid supercapacitor for high surface area and rapid charge/discharge times.
• Graphene based biosensor hybrid for highly selective, sensitive, and rapid diagnostics and analyte detection
Speaker Biography (Ryan Mendoza)
As Senior Vice President of Engineering at Graphene Frontiers, Ryan is leading the development and production of graphene devices for the Six Sensor product line. Development of graphene based sensors requires design and process optimization for specific detection applications. He is building the processes and team for scaling graphene device manufacturing to commercial facilities.
Ryan's experience includes developing and characterizing carbon nanomaterials including graphene and carbon nanotubes as well as the design and fabrication of graphene and carbon nanotube based biosensors. Prior to joining Graphene Frontiers, he developed exoatmospheric hardware systems as an electrical engineer at Lockheed Martin, and managed teams performing testing and failure analysis of ballistic weapons systems. Ryan holds a Master's of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania where his research focused on nanoscale electronics and semiconductor device physics. He also holds a B.S. from the University of Southern California.
Company Profile (Graphene Frontiers)
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Founded in 2010, Graphene Frontiers is a developer of CVD graphene solutions and products, including its flagship product: the GF Six Sensor platform. The company is building on its core strengths in graphene growth, transfer, device fabrication and functionalization by creating specific products for industry use.
Graphene Frontiers has already vetted new technology, processes and capabilities for graphene, and they are now focused on brokering strategic partners to mass produce the "miracle material." Recently, they signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work at The Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany, NY. It's a satellite location to "ramp up" production and form relationships with regional influencers at major companies.