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A Full Year of Advanced Electrospinning Events

Welcome to the DiPole Materials by Materic Electrospinning Web Series, sponsored by Elmarco!

Join DiPole’s CSO, Stephen Farias as we explore a number of exciting topics in the space. Every quarter within this year long series will feature a kickoff event with an expert featured guest panel to showcase a unique topic in electrospinning.

Following our quarterly kickoff, each panel member will host an intimate follow-up event within the context of our quarterly topic.

Topics:

Q1 Topic: Scaleup and Industry Translation

Panel Event Date: July 15, 2021

Expert Speakers: Ericka Ford, Michele Crane, David Yeung, Ivan Ponomarev

Follow-up Events: July 29th – Aug 12th – Aug 26th – Sept 9th

Cost: Complimentary

Limited Capacity: Register for availability

Description: Taking nanofiber innovations from benchtop to production is never easy, but we can show you that it’s more than doable. That’s why we’re featuring experts from industry and academia to discuss the challenges and solutions involved in scale-up electrospinning….Read more

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Q2 Topic: Electrospinning in Medicine

Panel Event Date: Oct 7, 2021

Expert Speakers: Carl G. Simon, Lars Siim Madsen, Smitha Rao Patricia L. Larrabee, Anthony Dipasqua

Follow-up Events: Oct 21st – Nov 4th – Nov 18th – Dec 2nd

Description: Hear industry and research experts discuss the versatile applications of nanofibers in the medical field. Inventors in the space of drug-release substrates, environments for in-vitro drug modeling, platforms for organ-on-a-chip technologies, and scaffolds for tissue engineering will discuss their breakthroughs. We will also hear from those who have gone through the gamut of electrospun medical product development. We will learn about FDA submissions for nanofiber products, GMP manufacturing, and fundraising for medical technologies.

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Q3 Topic: Electrospinning in Electronics and Sensors

Panel Event Date: Jan 20, 2022

Expert Speakers: Michael Pallotta, Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, James West, TBD

Follow-up Events: Feb 3rd – Feb 17th– March 3rd

Description: Hear about how electrospinning is used in sensing applications, including biomonitoring and chemical monitoring. We will host speakers in the electronics and sensors space, and discuss sensor industry trends, as well as how repeatability and reliability in the industry can be controlled.

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Q4 Topic: Electrospinning for Textiles and Large Area Applications

Panel Event Date: May 26, 2022

Expert Speakers: Mr. Sam Dale, Ms. Marcela Munzarova, Mr. James Dolgin

Follow-up Events: June 9th – June 23rd – July 28th

Description: Though “nano” in name, nanofibers have applications in industries as large as textiles. This quarter, we will discuss nanofibers used in garments and facemasks. We will explore fascinating features of nanofiber textiles, such as protection from harsh environmental factors, biodegradability, and textile additives such as fragrances and antimicrobials. Join us as we speak to industry technologists, business specialists, and leaders, and uncover the fascinating ways electrospun nanofibers can be used in the textiles we use every day.

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Q4: Electrospinning in Textiles and Large Area Applications

Overview

Though “nano” in name, nanofibers have applications in industries as large as textiles. This quarter, we will discuss nanofibers used in garments and facemasks. We will explore fascinating features of nanofiber textiles, such as protection from harsh environmental factors, biodegradability, and textile additives such as fragrances and antimicrobials. Join us as we speak to industry technologists, business specialists, and leaders, and uncover the fascinating ways electrospun nanofibers can be used in the textiles we use every day.

Quarterly Kickoff – Electrospinning for Textiles & Large Area Applications

Date: Thursday, May 26, 2022 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Moderated Panel Presentation

To kick things off, we’ll be talking to a panelist of industry experts with decades of experience in the wide world of nanofiber textile applications. Moderator Dr. Stephen Farias will lead us in speaking with key leaders on the science and business of nanomaterial textile production, application, and commercialization.

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Follow-Up Event – Protective Equipment and Contract Fabrication

Date: Thursday, June 9, 2022 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Marcela Munzarova, CEO at Nano Medical s.r.o

Marcela Munzarova, CEO of Nano Medical, knows the importance of electrospinning in keeping us safe and healthy.  That’s why Nano Medical provides a wide array of nanomaterial respirators, filtration media, and wound healing bandages. Ms. Munzarova is here to share her expertise on mask filtration and contract manufacturing of nanofiber materials for textiles. With Marcela’s experience in marketing, business development, and project management for Elmarco, we hope to learn how electrospun textiles can become a reality at scale.

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Follow-Up Event – Market Trends & Opportunities in Advanced Textiles

Date: Thursday, June 23, 2022 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Sam Dale, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx

At IDTechEx, Sam Dale is investigating the landscape of nanomaterial development for industries like smart textiles and electronics. We are excited to learn from an industry expert what the current hot topics of the advanced textile industry are. Join us as we get an analyst’s perspective on the burgeoning field of nanomaterials in textiles.

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Moderator

Stephen Farias, PhD., CSO at DiPole Materials by Materic

Education in mechanical engineering and materials science, with industrial experience in processing and properties design; has applied this expertise over the last 5 years to help translate academic research in electrospinning to pilot and commercial products, as well as develop custom electrospun materials for specific industrial specifications.

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Fourth Quarter Expert Panel

Marcela Munzarova, CEO of Nano Medical

Marcela has been developing nanofiber materials and products for 16 years. Originally a textile technologist, she started working in the field of application development in 2005 at Elmarco. Together with business partners and customers, she develops and transfers the production of nanofibrous materials to industrial production. At Nano Medical, she also focuses on product development and transfers the developed materials into final products.

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Sam Dale, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx

Sam is a Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, where he focusses on Augmented & Virtual Reality and Advanced Materials. Before joining IDTechEx, Sam graduated from Imperial College London with an MEng in Chemical Engineering, having undertaken research in such diverse areas as machine learning and data science, medical imaging and computational fluid dynamics. In addition to this he worked on development and commercial assessment of a novel low-carbon silicon production process and in a carbon capture pilot plant.

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Q3: Electrospinning in Electronics and Sensors

Overview

Hear about how electrospinning is used in sensing applications, including biomonitoring and chemical monitoring. We will host speakers in the electronics, wearables, and sensors space, and discuss sensor industry trends, as well as how repeatability and reliability in the industry can be controlled, and how to make fully formed devices.

Quarterly Kickoff – Electrospinning in Electronics & Sensors

Date: Thursday, Jan 20, 2022 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Moderated Panel Presentation

Join nanofiber industry leaders Mike Pallotta, Eisuke Tzuyuzaki, and Dr. James West in a broad overview of electrospinning applications to electronic and chemical sensors. We will learn about how nanofiber sensors can be fabricated, standardized, packaged, and integrated into final applications like wearables and biomonitoring technologies in this panel discussion.

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Follow-Up Event – Electronic Sensors

Date: Thursday, Feb 3, 2022 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Michael Pallotta, Head of Manufacturing at Materic

We will host our very own Head of Manufacturing, Mike Pallotta, to discuss nanofiber electronic sensor applications. Mr. Pallotta is an accomplished chemical engineer and materials scientist with a significant track record of scaling and commercializing nanofiber sensor technologies for global organizations. He will introduce us to the many ways nanofibers can be used for enhanced accuracy and unique applications in electronic sensing.

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Follow-Up Event – Repeatability & Reliability

Date: Thursday, Feb 17, 2022 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, Founder and Developer at Bayflex Solutions

Come learn about the significance and approaches to getting consistent results from sensor fabrication. Eisuke Tzuyuzaki is a Managing Partner at Nikkei ventures and business development VP at Panasonic. He has years of experience in the field of display, wearable electronics and electronic textiles. With a record of entrepreneurship, investing, and advising across the electronics industry, Mr. Tsuyuzaki will show us how to maximize the quality of integrated sensor materials.

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Follow-Up Event – Wearables & Biomonitoring

Date: Thursday, March 3, 2022 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: James West, Professor at Johns Hopkins University

We are honored to have Dr. James West speak to us about wearables and biomonitoring. Dr. James West holds more than 260 patents on the production and design of piezoelectric devices and sensors. In 1962, Dr. West co-invented the foil electret microphone which is now ubiquitous in cell phone and acoustic technologies. He is currently a professor of electrical and computer engineering and mechanical engineering at Johns Hopkins University. He remains an active inventor, working on diagnostic biomonitoring stethoscopes. We look forward to having him share his expertise.

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Moderator

Stephen Farias, PhD., CSO at DiPole Materials by Materic

Education in mechanical engineering and materials science, with industrial experience in processing and properties design; has applied this expertise over the last 5 years to help translate academic research in electrospinning to pilot and commercial products, as well as develop custom electrospun materials for specific industrial specifications.

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Second Quarter Expert Panel

Michael Pallotta, Head of Manufacturing at Early Charm Ventures

Mike is an experienced chemical process engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the glass, ceramics and concrete industry. Skilled in Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Polymers, Research, AFM, and Spin Coating. Pallotta is a Bucknell University graduate.

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Eisuke Tsuyuzaki, Founder and Developer at Bayflex Solutions

Eisuke is the founder of Bayflex Solutions. Before Bayflex, Eisuke was CTO at Panasonic, and held the position of SVP, Business Development at Sony Pictures Entertainment. In addition to being an Early Stage Investor & Mentor, Eisuke is a US-Japan Council Advisor, Emmy Award Winner, and Stanford graduate.(GSBD)

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James West, Professor at Johns Hopkins University

Dr. West is a professor of electrical and computer engineering and mechanical engineering. He is known worldwide as the co-inventor of the foil electret microphone. West holds more than 60 U.S. patents and more than 200 foreign patents using polymer foil electrets in transducers during his 40-year career with Bell Laboratories, where he had worked as an acoustical scientist. He has also authored or contributed to more than 150 technical papers and several books on acoustics, solid-state physics, and materials science.

Q2: Electrospinning in Medicine

Overview

Nanofibers have immense potential in the medical field to direct cell growth, modify tooling properties, and serve as drug release substrates. Electrospun devices are emerging as cornerstone technologies in devices, pharmaceuticals and regenerative medicine applications. Developing specifications for nanofiber technologies remains of pressing importance in this highly regulated field. There is no better time than now to learn about how tissue engineering, drug release, regulation, and standardization are forming a novel field of research and invention. We hope you join us in this speaker series as we delve into these fascinating topics.

Quarterly Kickoff – Electrospinning in Medicine

Date: Thursday, Oct 7, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Moderated Panel Presentation

Electrospinning is a significant emerging technology in the medical field. Nanofibers are currently being employed as tissue engineering scaffolds for regenerative medicine, drug release surfaces for wound care and implants, highly tunable mechanical property enhancers for devices, and much more. Join us as Materic hosts experts from academia, industry and government to discuss the many innovations and unmet needs in electrospun technologies for the medical industry.

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Follow-Up Event – Fiber-based Constructs: Cell-material Interactions & Characterization

Date: Thursday, Oct 21, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Carl G. Simon, Jr., PhD., Biologist at The National Institution of Standards & Technology (NIST)

Reliable measurements are important for regenerative medicine. Whether designing scaffolds to direct cell differentiation and function, or engineering the rate of drug release from a nanofiber. Changes in fiber properties can have a significant impact on final products. That’s why Dr. Carl Simon works to develop standards for measuring fiber properties and observing cell behavior on these scaffolds. Dr. Simon is in the Biomaterials Group at National Institute of Standards and Technology and works to shed light on the complex interactions that govern cell behavior on fiber-based scaffolds, and we cannot wait to speak with him about standards for characterizing fiber-based constructs for tissue engineering!

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Follow-Up Event – Drug Release and Therapeutics

Date: Thursday, Nov 4, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Dr Martin Eduardo Santocildes Romero, Research Scientist at AFYX

Nanofibers are unique for their high surface area, allowing for highly customizable kinetics in drug delivery. Martin Santocildes is a research scientist at AFYX Therapeutics which creates targeted drug delivery solutions for mucosal diseases. Dr. Santocildes brings more than 12 years of experience in drug development and biotechnology and will be discussing a case story on how nanofibers have been used as vehicles for drug release. Join us to learn about how nanofibers function in diverse environments to deliver important medications in a way that is targeted and highly tunable.

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Follow-Up Event – Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Date: Thursday, Nov 18, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Smitha Rao, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Michigan Technological University

Regenerative medicine promises to solve the pressing issues of long waitlists for organ transplants and host rejection of transplanted organs. We hope that one day we can build artificial organs that can be seeded with patient cells to create biocompatible replacements. Electrospinning holds great promise in aiding in these developments. Nanofibers can recreate complex tissue systems and extracellular matrix morphologies to reproduce not just whole organ systems, but in vitro organ-on-a-chip technologies for drug testing. Join Dr. Smitha Rao, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Michigan Technological University, to discuss these exciting applications.

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Follow-Up Event – GMP and Clinical Trial Manufacturing

Date: Thursday, Dec 2, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:00pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Patricia L. Larrabee, President of Facility Logix

Many steps are involved along the way of commercializing an electrospun medical technology. Compliance with regulations throughout the process is of utmost importance, whether you are creating a tissue engineering technology, an implantable, or a drug delivery mechanism. Learn with us how biotech experts navigate the GMP manufacturing landscape to create safe and FDA-compliant nanofiber technologies.

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Moderator

Stephen Farias, PhD., CSO at DiPole Materials by Materic

Education in mechanical engineering and materials science, with industrial experience in processing and properties design; has applied this expertise over the last 5 years to help translate academic research in electrospinning to pilot and commercial products, as well as develop custom electrospun materials for specific industrial specifications.

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Second Quarter Expert Panel

Carl G. Simon, Jr., Ph.D., Biologist, National Institution of Standards & Technology (NIST)

Dr. Simon is a biologist in the Biomaterials Group at the National Institute of Standards & Technology. He leads projects on characterization of tissue engineered medical products, cell-material interactions and tissue engineering scaffolds. Dr. Simon is active in the Society for Biomaterials and is Chair of ASTM Committee F04.43 “Cells and Tissue-Engineered Constructs” where documentary standards are being advanced to support the development of medical products.

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Dr Martin Eduardo Santocildes Romero, Research Scientist at AFYX

Dr Martin Eduardo Santocildes Romero is a biomedical engineer and research scientist at AFYX Therapeutics, where he brings more than 12 years of practical experience in electrospinning to further the development of the Rivelin patch, a bioadhesive platform to treat mucosal conditions through targeted drug-delivery. Prior to joining the company full time, Martin received a Ph.D. degree from The University of Sheffield (UK) and later worked as a postdoctoral researcher on the formulation of the Rivelin patch and on biomaterials that stimulate bone tissue regeneration. His main research interests lie primarily in the fields of tissue engineering and drug delivery applications.

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Smitha Rao, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Michigan Technological University

Dr. Rao obtained her M.S and PhD from UT Arlington in 2004 and 2009 respectively. Her research focus has been biomedical applications including implantable devices, MEMS and cancer. Prior to joining Michigan Tech as an Assistant Professor, Dr. Rao was a Principal Scientist for a start-up. She has been awarded two patents and her research lab is currently focused on the use of synthetic materials as substrates for 3D cell culture and studying cellular microenvironments.

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Patricia L. Larrabee, President of Facility Logix

Pat Larrabee is the Founder and President of Facility Logix, an owner’s representative and management consulting firm for biotechnology and life sciences companies. With more than 30 years of experience in the biotechnology industry, Pat applies biotech and facility management expertise to address the facility-related needs of biotechnology companies, public and private institutions, economic development organizations and commercial real estate firms and developers. She advises clients across the country as both an owner’s rep and project manager for major biotech and life sciences facility expansions.

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Anthony J. Di Pasqua, PhD, President and CEO of DB Therapeutics, Inc.

Anthony J. Di Pasqua, PhD, has a doctorate in chemistry from Syracuse University, was a Ruth L. Kirschstein Postdoctoral Fellow in the Oncology Department at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center at Georgetown University, a postdoctoral research associate and then research assistant professor in the Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an assistant professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy, and is currently an assistant professor in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. In 2017, Dr. Di Pasqua and his frequent collaborator, Dr. Kenneth J. Balkus, Jr., with their business partner, Dr. Sanjay Thamake, started DB Therapeutics, Inc. DB Therapeutics, Inc. is developing a holmium-166-based radiotherapeutic bandages for skin cancer therapy.

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Q1: Scaleup and Industry Translation

Overview

Taking nanofiber innovations from benchtop to production is never easy, but we can show you that it’s more than doable. That’s why we’re featuring experts from industry and academia to discuss the challenges and solutions involved in scale-up electrospinning. Join us for our inaugural webinar series, in which we’ll show you how to scale electrospun inventions, understand the supply chain landscape, design your own pilot plant, and hit all the right specs you need to grow.

Quarterly Kickoff – Scaleup and Industry Translation

Date: Thursday, July 15, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Moderated Panel Presentation

Join us in a panel moderated by Stephen Farias, PhD, where we will introduce our webinar speakers and discuss the broad world of electrospinning scaleup. With a background in mechanical engineering and materials science, and 5 years of experience translating electrospinning technologies from lab to fab, Steve brings a wealth of knowledge to the field.

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Follow-Up Event – Lab to Fab

Date: Thursday, July 29, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Ericka Ford, PhD., Assistant Professor within the Wilson College of Textiles

Dr. Ericka Ford will speak with us about the machinery, experiments, and technical troubleshooting involved in scaling electrospinning technologies. Dr. Ford is an assistant professor at the Wilson College of Textiles at North Carolina State University, and conducts research on nanofiber processing, production and functionalization for applications in water filtration, biomedical sensors and more. She operates both needleless and roll-to-roll scalable systems at her lab and will provide valuable insight into manufacturing translation.

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Follow-Up Event – Building Your Commercial Plant

Date: Thursday, Aug 12, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Ivan Ponomarev PhD., Head of Chemistry And Technology at ELMARCO

If you been watching our webinars this quarter and can’t wait to get started on scaling, or you just want to imagine what it might be like, then this one’s for you. Elmarco is the leading manufacturer of roll-to-roll electrospinning units with products ranging from lab-scale machines for prototyping to production lines capable of producing tens of thousands of square meters per day. Join Ivan Ponomarev, PhD, in learning about building a commercial electrospinning plant.

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Follow-Up Event – Supply Chain

Date: Thursday, Aug 26, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: Michele Crane, Business Development Manager at Arkema

The process of scaling electrospinning involves many players across several industries. From raw material suppliers, to electrospinning machine manufacturers, to formulators and end-users, scaling one generally requires scaling all. Michele Crane is here to tell us what that means from the perspective of a business development leader in the advanced materials space. Arkema produces high-performance coatings, chemicals and other materials globally. Learn about the growing need for scaling electrospun technologies, and about the bigger picture of materials production.

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Follow-Up Event – Mitigating Defects and Hitting Specs

Date: Thursday, Sept 9, 2021 | Time: 11am – 12:30pm EST
Cost: Complimentary | Limited Capacity: Register for availability
Speaker: David Yeung, Co-founder and CEO, Lionrock Batteries Limited

Environmental instability, unpredictable deposition, delicate materials, and other frustrating obstacles to nanofiber production may seem out of your control, but scaling doesn’t need to be an uphill battle! Join us with David Yeung, co-founder and CEO of flexible electronics company Lionrock Batteries, and expert in nanofiber technologies. We will explore the importance of quality and process control in scaling nanofibers, and will help you get the materials specifications you want while achieving scale.

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Moderator

Stephen Farias, PhD., CSO at DiPole Materials by Materic

Education in mechanical engineering and materials science, with industrial experience in processing and properties design; has applied this expertise over the last 5 years to help translate academic research in electrospinning to pilot and commercial products, as well as develop custom electrospun materials for specific industrial specifications.

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First Quarter Expert Panel

David Yeung, Co-founder and CEO, Lionrock Batteries Limited

With 20+ years experience, David has been an industry collaborator to the Nano and Advanced Materials Institute (NAMI) in developing flexible batteries using electrospun nanofibers. Lionrock has presented their electrospun, flexible batteries in global exhibitions including IDTechEx, FLEX Taiwan 2019 and more. Since 2020, David has teamed up with Elmarco Greater China to form an electrospinning service hub to facilitate nanofiber applications from research to production.

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Michele Crane, Business Development Manger at Arkema

Michele is a Business Development Manager responsible for Kynar® PVDF in the area of membranes, fiber, nanofiber and immobilized media. She has been with Arkema just under 3 years. Her 30+ years of experience covers: membrane filtration for wastewater, medical and pharmaceutical markets as well as membrane venting.

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Ericka Ford, PhD., Assistant Professor within the Wilson College of Textiles

Dr. Ericka Ford is an Assistant Professor within the Wilson College of Textiles (COT). She holds a joint appointment in the Department of Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science and The Nonwovens Institute. Prior to joining the Wilson College of Textiles, Dr. Ford served as a National Research Council postdoctoral awardee in Chemical and Biological Defense, Science and Technology at the US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center.

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Ivan Ponomarev PhD., Head of Chemistry And Technology at ELMARCO

Head of Chemistry And Technology Department at ELMARCO s.r.o. (Czech Republic), Senior Researcher in A.N. Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow and co-author of 24 Web of Science / Scopus publications, h-index 8, 150 citations. Ivan Ponomarev is the leading specialist on Nanospider™ electrospinning technology.

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