Startup/Early Stage Spotlight
Nanomaterials for Li-Ion Electrodes and Supercapacitors
Mitch Koffel, Vice President of Business Development • Nanoramic Laboratories
Established in 2016 to extend the use of nanomaterials into new markets, Nanoramic Laboratories is the exclusive designer, manufacturer, and licenser of Neocarbonix electrodes, Fastcap Ultracapacitors and Thermexit thermal interface gap filler pads. Nanoramic was born from the research and development of world record high temperature ultracapacitor technology funded by NASA, the Department of Energy, and the Department of Defense. Now, having raised about $50 million to date, Nanoramic is commercializing this technology to revolutionize growing industries like electric vehicle batteries and consumer and industrial electronics.
Mitch has spent over 25 years in the energy storage and battery markets. His focus has been working with OEM’s to design and develop energy storage systems for their products. These applications have included a variety of markets and applications such as satellites, down hole tools, military devices, notebook computers, radios, and medical devices. He started his career in front line engineering and sales positions, rising through the ranks to positions of senior management and ownership. Mitch’s experience spans a variety of disciplines including product development, engineering, management, sales, production, marketing, and business development.