Our patented technology is an economical and energy efficient manufacturing process for continuous coating of single layer nanomaterials over large areas.
By re-thinking the way in which promising 2D nanomaterials are processed, we enable sophisticated control over their integration into products in both an economical and scalable way. It is currently not possible by any other method to create large area films from monomolecular layers or from such a wide variety of 2D nanomaterials.
We'll address the world’s most pressing environmental challenges by offering disruptive product solutions. Products having advanced performance limits and device architectures that have been previously unexplored.
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- Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Waterloo
- Ph.D. in Chemical & Materials Engineering from Princeton University
- 8 patents, with 25 papers that have been cited more than 1200 times
- Past technical lead in the development of graphene-based Li-S batteries
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Evelyn Allen M.Eng, P.Eng
Chief Executive Officer
Evelyn is a professional engineer with 15 years of experience leading the design and commissioning of industrial on-site wastewater treatment systems, implementing large innovative government-funded initiatives focused on advancing agri-food and water technologies and securing strategic corporate partnerships for the University of Waterloo within the cleantech sector. Evelyn has a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from McMaster University and a master’s in environmental engineering from the University of Guelph.
Michael Pope Ph.D.
Chief Technology Officer
Michael has a PhD in chemical and materials engineering from Princeton University (2013) and industrial experience as a technical lead at Vorbeck Materials Corp. Michael is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Waterloo’s Institute for Nanotechnology where his group focuses on developing processing strategies and nanocomposites from a variety of 2D materials and polymers for applications including energy storage, electrocatalysis, electronics, and membranes.
The Women in Cleantech Challenge
Evelyn Allen is one of the six finalist in the Women in Cleantech Challenge, a collaboration between MaRS Discovery District (MaRS) and Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). As a finalist, she will be competing to receive a $1 million investment in her business.
Leading up to the final demonstration/presentation in early 2021, she is receiving:
- Support to focus full time on her business idea
- Support from a team of MaRS advisors (valued at $300,000).
- Access to Federal Lab facilities and researchers (valued at $250,000).
- Access to a network of cleantech and business mentors.
It would be great to hear from you. If you've got any questions, please do not hesitate to send us a message. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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