Tom Fedolak - Graphene/Ag Nanowires as Flexible Transparent Conductor

Session 21: Novel Conductor and Semiconductor Materials

Graphene as Flexible Transparent Conductor
Thursday, June 22, 2017 
10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Beyond today’s incumbent technology, and among the many flexible transparent conductors, Graphene/Ag Nanowires is a good performance and cost effective solution. Production processes, electrical and optical characterization and future steps for market adoption will be discusses. An overview of the current CVD Graphene market will be also presented to assess the technological potential of this solution.


Speaker's Biography

Tom Fedolak is the US, Business Development Manager for the Spain-based graphene manufacture and supplier, Graphenea. He earned his B.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from Michigan State University and his M.S. in Biotechnology from Georgetown University. He started his career in the bio-chemical industry at Draths Corporation as a molecular biologist. When earning his M.S. degree, he transitioned from the laboratory to business development by working at the investment banking firm, FOCUS LLC. After graduating, he moved to Boston where he furthered his experience in business development by joining U.K. Trade & Investment as a business development associate at the British consulate and most recently working at the non-profit plasmid repository, Addgene as a business development analyst.


Tom Fedolak
Graphenea Inc.