NanoLab was founded in January 2000. The company is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts (was in Newton, Massachusetts), and operates as a manufacturer of carbon nanotubes and developer of nanoscale devices.
David L. Carnahan, co-founder, President
David L. Carnahan holds a Masters in Ceramics Engineering from Alfred University. Professionally, he has worked with small to midsize companies throughout his career, and has brought numerous advanced materials, products and processes to market. He is active in the American Ceramic Society, and acted as chair of the New England Section in 2000.
Dr. Zhifeng Ren, co-founder
Dr. Ren has technical expertise with CVD processes. In early 1999 he accepted a position as Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at Boston College, leaving the Department of Chemistry at the State University of New York at Buffalo. While at SUNY Buffalo and at Boston College, he published numerous works on carbon nanotube growth by CVD and synthesis of aligned carbon nanotube arrays. For more about Dr. Ren, click here.
Dr. Krzysztof Kempa, co-founder
Dr. Kempa is a Professor of Physics at Boston College whose broad background allows him to act as an application analyst for NanoLab. For over 10 years, he has performed theoretical work and guided experiments into nanoscale and quantum effects. Dr. Kempa has been a Professor of Physics at Boston College since 1993, he received his Masters of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University of Wroclaw (Poland) in 1973, and his Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from the University of Wroclaw in 1980. His research interests include the electronic properties of, and transport phenomena in, nanoscopic solid state systems, and the electromagnetic response of various lower dimensional systems. For more about Dr. Kempa,
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