2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual

The Evolution of Nanotech’s Business Models

Andrew T. Hunt

Andrew T. Hunt

Chief Executive Officer, Chief Technology Officer, and Founder, nGimat

Andrew T. Hunt, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Technology Officer, founder of nGimat, and inventor of the Nanomiser* device and patented CCVD technology.  Since starting in a one-man office, Dr. Hunt has attracted multi-million dollar strategic alliances formed on the strength of nGimat’s technology, built research partnerships with over thirty industry-leading companies and many government agencies, and completed 5 international industrial licenses to grow nGimat technology usage.  Additionally, Dr. Hunt has published materials related efforts as two book chapters and over thirty scientific papers, and has several dozen patents issued or pending as a result of his work at nGimat over a wide range of compositions of nano engineered materials as thin films and nanopowders.  Application areas include ceramics, metals, electronics, RF, catalysts, advanced energy, adhesion, functional surfaces, corrosion and optics.  Dr. Hunt received his B.S. from Auburn (Geology), Masters Degree in Geology from the Colorado School of Mines and his Ph.D. in Materials Science & Engineering from Georgia Tech in 1993.   He is associated with Georgia Tech through membership in the Hill Society and Academy of Distinguished Engineering Alumni, chairman of the external advisory to the school of Materials Science & Engineering, and a member of the College of Engineering advisory board.  He was a 2002 invited attendee of the National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering (FOE), and both the 2005 and 2006 German-American FOE.

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