Introducing the Nanoramic™ CE, Composite Electrodes for UltracapacitorsLEARN MORE
The Composite Electrode is a carbon electrode specifically designed to operate at higher voltages and temperatures. It is based on Nanoramic's proprietary 3D nanocomposite technology that provides enhancements in electrochemical stability along with very low ESR. The Composite Electrode is intended to replace ultracapacitor electrodes in standard electrolyte systems in order to increase the operating voltage or temperature of the device. Coupled with Nanoramic's high performance electrolytes, the Composite electrode voltageand temperature performance can be enhanced further.LEARN MORE
Based on Nanoramic's proprietary compounding, dispersion and coating processes, the Nanoramic TIMs provides higher thermal conductivity than any other TIMs on the market while retaining or improving advantageous mechanical properties. Surface properties have been designed for good interfacing to metallic surfaces. The carbon nanotubes that are used as an additive increase the bulk thermal conductivity of the material while adding mechanical strength and durability.LEARN MORE
Nanoramic is developing an extrudable, 3D printable and electrically conductive plastic composite for EMI / RFI shielding. Based on Nanoramic's 3D nanocomposite technology, this composite exploits the high electrical conductivity of nanocarbons to enhance commonplace housing and enclosure materials with electrical conductivity for blocking or attenuating electric and magnetodynamic fields.LEARN MORE
Nanoramic's FastCAP ultracapacitors are the only hermetically sealed ultracapacitors capable of high temperature (>125°C) and low temperature (< -55°C) operation. FastCAP’s technology has been validated from -110°C to 250°C by Sandia National Laboratory.LEARN MORE
Nanoramic specializes in energy storage technology and material solutions based on nano-carbons. Nano-carbons have exceptional electrical, thermal and mechanical properties at the nano-scale level. We synthesize and incorporate nano-carbons in various materials and transfer these properties at the macroscale level. Nanoramic chooses an advanced and proprietary combination of advanced materials, creating new materials that can be made to meet the requirements of several applications.
Nanoramic’s technology is derived from years of government funded research and development in advanced materials including the application of carbon nanotubes in electrochemical systems as well as dispersion, compounding and coating processes for composites of nanotubes and other carbons. Based on a deep knowledge of nanocarbon materials, processes, and applications, we have demonstrated success in polymer-based composites, thermal interface materials, and binderless electrodes for energy storage.
Nanoramic's ultracapacitor division, FastCAP Ultracapacitors, is an industry leader in harsh environment energy storage, producing the only ultracapacitors capable of operating in temperatures up to 150C and under conditions of high shock and vibration. To read more about FastCAP Ultracapacitors, click here.
CEO and Board Director
Prior to joining Nanoramic, Eric had 20 years experience as CEO, transforming organizations at various stages of development in 5 industries across 3 continents.
His educational background is an MSc from Stanford Business School, an Advanced Certificate in Strategy and Innovation from MIT, an Executive Certificate in Industrial Administration from Carnegie Mellon University and an MSc in Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnics of Bucharest with a major in Power Electronics.
Co-founder, President and COO, Chairman of the Board
Dr.Cooley co-founded Nanoramic in 2009, leading the execution of Nanoramic first product lines and co-authoring multiple winning grant proposals.
Dr. Cooley holds five (5) technical degrees from MIT including the Ph.D. from the Electrical Engineering dept. At MIT, he won both the David Adler Memorial Thesis Prize and the Morris Joseph Levin Award for his thesis work, and was a Martin Family Fellow in 2009.
Nicolò joined Nanoramic in 2010 and currently serves as CTO. He is an expert in energy storage technologies and nanotechnologies. He is first author in several patents in Carbon Nanotubes and High Power and High Energy Ultracapacitors and their applications.
Nicolò holds an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and an M.Sc. in Micro and Nantotechnologies from the École Supérieure d'Électricité, and an M.Sc. in Physics Engineering from Politecnico di Milano.
VP Technology Licensing
Matt joined Nanoramic in September 2014 and currently serves as General Counsel and Director of Intellectual Property.
He came to Nanoramic after a decade in large law firm practice, where he specialized in intellectual property transactions, patent strategy and portfolio development, and emerging technologies. He has advised venture capital funds and companies of all sizes in areas including intellectual property valuation, technology acquisitions, patent licensing.
Prior to investing in Nanoramic, Benton Kendig worked in the real estate and bridge financing businesses where he built, operated and sold large projects. Prior to his success in real estate, Mr. Kendig served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. He holds a BS from the University of SUNY Old Westbury, and an MS from the University of Rochester.
VP of Marketing
Katie is the VP of Marketing at Nanoramic. She joined the company in 2013 and her role focuses on tactical execution of all marketing and branding activities for Nanoramic Laboratories and FastCAP Ultracapacitors. Additionally, she manages recruiting and onboarding processes for the company. Katie graduated from Boston University with a BS in Communication with a focus in Public Relations.READ MORE
VP of Manufacturing
Christopher joined Nanoramic in 2010. After graduating from Boston University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering he started his career at a Fortune 100 company developing energy storage devices before joining Nanoramic.
Christopher developed the high temperature ultracapacitor technology from a lab prototype into a scalable product line including a variety of sizes and models.
Julie joined Nanoramic in 2017 first as a consultant then in the fall of 2017 as a full-time employee. Julie began her career at Price Waterhouse Coopers in the Wealth Management Tax Group. While at PwC, she completed her rotation in the Audit and assurance service group then obtained her Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. Julie has worked with numerous early-stage companies in industries such as bio-tech, financial services, health & wellness, service & consulting and many more.