The Future of NanoMaterials is here
ChromaNanoTech is an early stage company formed in April 2014 at the Binghamton University Incubator as a partnership of several co-inventors of the patented technology.
ChromaNanoTech's focus is on formulation and production of ultraviolet, visible and near infrared nanoparticle absorbers for use as a standalone material or additive in numerous applications. ChromaNanoTech's additive nanoparticles disperse well into most liquid and plastic suspensions, maintain a high optical absorbance and withstand high temperature conditions. ChromaNanoTech takes pride in working with their customers to ensure a high quality and ease of use for each application.
ChromaNanoTech has been supported through production of material, private funded research as well as state and federal awards. The company has been awarded $250,000 from the 76 West Pitch Competition, $150,000 from the National Science Foundation and $100,000 of the SUNY Research Foundation. In addition, $50,000 has been awarded from Nexus-NY. ChromaNanoTech is situated as part of the Innovation Hotspot Initiative as well.
We are located in the Center of Excellence building, next to Binghamton University's campus, which allows us to have a close knit relationship with the university itself and pool from its talent.
Dr. William Bernier, PhD. - CEO
Dr. William E. Bernier is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ChromaNanoTech. He has 34 years of industrial experience with technical and management positions in materials and process development, qualification and manufacturing involving nanotechnology. William Bernier has a PhD in Chemistry, MBA certificate in project management from George Washington University, and Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute.
Dr. Wayne Jones PhD. - Co-Founder
Former Head of the Chemistry Department at Binghamton University. Currently the Provost of the University of New Hampshire and a visiting Professor at Binghamton University. His research and scholarship has been recognized internationally in the area of molecular wires and devices including recognition as a Fellow of the American Chemical Society in 2010.
Kenneth Skorenko, PhD. - CTO
Chief Technology Officer and is responsible for ensuring quality materials that meet commercial specifications. Kenneth H. Skorenko is currently a graduate student at Binghamton University expecting to graduate before the end of 2014. He has spent the last 4 years working in the fields of photovoltaic construction, thin film electronics and nanoparticle synthesis.
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