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Company Overview of NanoSolar, Inc.

Executive Profile

Martin Roscheisen Ph.D.

Co-Founder and Director, NanoSolar, Inc.
AgeTotal Calculated CompensationThis person is connected to 1 Board Members in 1 different organizations across 2 different industries.

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Dr. Martin Roscheisen, Ph.D. Co-Founded Nanosolar, Inc. in 2001 and served as its Chief Executive Officer until March 2010. Dr. Roscheisen was Founder and Chief Executive Officer of eGroups, the enormously popular email community service that merged with OneList and which was acquired in 2000 by Yahoo for over $420 million. He also co-founded Trading Dynamics, which makes sophisticated business-to-business trading and auction software and which Ariba acquired in November ...

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5521 Hellyer Avenue
San Jose, California 95138

United States

Phone: 650-565-8891
Fax: 408-365-5965

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Co-Founder and Director


Stanford University
Bachelor's Degree
Stanford University
Bachelor's Degree
Technische Universität Munich
Stanford University School of Engineering

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