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Nanomaterials Researcher Named VP at Quantum Materials

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SAN MARCOS, Texas, Nov. 19, 2014 — Michael KruegerQuantum dot manufacturer Quantum Materials Corp. has named Dr. Michael Krueger vice president of nanomaterials.

Krueger holds a master’s degree in chemistry from the University of Freiburg and a doctorate in applied physics from the University of Basel, and has previously led research teams at the University of Freiburg in Germany. His recent authored publications include research on graphene oxide and carbon nanotubes attached to quantum dots or other nanomaterials for novel hybrid composites.

Krueger's experience includes working with academic and industrial partners, including Bayer Technology Services GmbH, to synthesize semiconductor QDs and integrate them into lighting and light conversion, photovoltaic and bioanalytical applications.

Quantum Materials Corp. develops and manufactures QDs and nanomaterials for use in medical, display, solar energy and lighting applications.

For more information, visit www.qmcdots.com.

Photonics.com
Nov 2014
GLOSSARY
quantum dots
Also known as QDs. Nanocrystals of semiconductor materials that fluoresce when excited by external light sources, primarily in narrow visible and near-infrared regions; they are commonly used as alternatives to organic dyes.
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