quantum materials corp (QTMM) Key Developments
Quantum Materials Begins Shipping Cadmium-Free Red and Green Quantum Dots
Feb 5 15
Quantum Materials Corp. announced it has begun shipping Cadmium-free red and green quantum dots in evaluation and production quantities to select leading consumer electronics manufacturers. The company has increased the uniformity and enhanced stability of its Cadmium-free nanomaterials as a result of bringing previously-reported automated capital equipment, facility and personnel investments online. Quantum Materials is at the forefront of Cadmium-free quantum dot development and recently announced increasing production capacity to 2,000 Kgs of quantum dots and nanoparticles per annum in second quarter of 2015.
Quantum Materials Corp Appoints Dr. Michael Krueger to the Position of Vice President of Nanomaterials
Nov 19 14
Quantum Materials Corp. announced appointment of Dr. Michael Krueger to the position of Vice President of Nanomaterials. Prior to joining Quantum Materials Dr. Krueger led groundbreaking research teams at the Nanotechnology Laboratory of the Freiburg Materials Research Centre and the Department of Microsystems Engineering at the University of Freiburg.
Quantum Materials Corp. Announces Board Changes
Jul 24 14
The Board of Directors of Quantum Materials Corp. agreed to accept Dr. Michael Wong's resignation from the Board and to simultaneously appoint Dr. Wong to the company's new Scientific Advisory Board in which Dr. Ghassan Jabbour, a director, will act as its Chairman. On the same date, John Heaton was elected to the Board of Directors to replace Dr. Wong on the Board. Recently the Company also elected to the Board, Ray Martin.
Quantum Materials Corp. Announces the Addition of New Members to the Board of Directors
Jul 22 14
Quantum Materials Corp. announced the addition of Mr. Ray Martin and Mr. John Heaton to the Board of Directors. Mr. Ray Martin is currently CEO of Advanced Lighting Technologies, Fremont, Ca., maker of high efficiency LED drivers and Co-Chairman of Sustainable Silicon Valley, a non-profit with a vision for a sustainable future. Mr. John Heaton spent 29 years in the semiconductor equipment industry, with 10 years as CEO of NASDAQ traded Nanometrics. He is currently Executive Vice President at Advenira, a nanocomposites coatings and deposition technology company.
Quantum Materials Secures Uncloneable Anti-Counterfeiting 3D Printing Technology
Jun 30 14
Quantum Materials Corp. announced securing 3D printing and additive manufacturing anti-counterfeiting quantum dot detection technology developed at the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science and the Design, Research, and Education for Additive Manufacturing Systems (DREAMS) Laboratory at Virginia Tech. The technology embeds quantum dots within objects being 3D printed to produce a unique, physically uncloneable signature known only to the object's manufacturer. This new quantum dot security method will help to ensure positive identity of any particular object through a wide variety of application and detection methods. Novel uses of embedded nanomaterials cover a wide field of growing industries of encryption, secure key exchange, the protection of hardware from tampering and other secure identification needs.