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John Cooley

Chief of Products at Nanoramic Laboratories

Dr. Cooley co-founded Nanoramic in 2009, where he currently serves as Chief of Products and Innovation, focusing on technology development and commercialization. He has over 10 years of experience in leading fast-paced product development in electronic systems, power systems, and energy storage devices. At Nanoramic, John has led the execution of our first product lines and has co-authored multiple winning grant proposals.

In addition to agile product development, Dr. Cooley is experienced in IP capture, go-to market strategy, technology licensing and transfer, manufacturing, and program management.

Dr. Cooley holds five technical degrees from MIT including the Ph.D. from the Electrical Engineering Department. At MIT, he won both the David Adler Memorial Thesis Prize and the Morris Joseph Levin Award for his thesis work and was a Martin Family Fellow in 2009.

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John Cooley

Chief of Products at Nanoramic Laboratories

Dr. Cooley co-founded Nanoramic in 2009, where he currently serves as Chief of Products and Innovation, focusing on technology development and commercialization. He has over 10 years of experience in leading fast-paced product development in electronic systems, power systems, and energy storage devices. At Nanoramic, John has led the execution of our first product lines and has co-authored multiple winning grant proposals.

In addition to agile product development, Dr. Cooley is experienced in IP capture, go-to market strategy, technology licensing and transfer, manufacturing, and program management.

Dr. Cooley holds five technical degrees from MIT including the Ph.D. from the Electrical Engineering Department. At MIT, he won both the David Adler Memorial Thesis Prize and the Morris Joseph Levin Award for his thesis work and was a Martin Family Fellow in 2009.

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“As the latest report from the International Panel on Climate Change makes urgently clear, reversing the climate’s downward trajectory requires action from all stakeholders in science, academia, government, and notably, industry.

‘Investment in social and technological innovation could generate the knowledge and entrepreneurship needed to catalyze system transitions, and their transfer,’ the report states.

One silver lining: That investment in entrepreneurship is already underway.”

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“Advanced materials and energy storage company Nanoramic Laboratories is in the early stages of a 30-month project to develop a low-cost/fast-charge Li-ion battery for electric vehicles using its patent-pending technology. The company expects to test the technology, called Neocarbonix at the Core, in a vehicle in 2024. ‘This will demonstrate fast-charging capabilities as well as extended vehicle range using our battery cells integrated in a pack,’ said Nicolo Brambilla, CTO for Boston-based Nanoramic.”

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“EV battery evolution will occur by orchestrating a number of tech elements to optimize electrodes. Nanoramic is one of the companies trying to crack the battery supply chain.”

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Timeline

Mar 2017 - Present

Nanoramic Laboratories

Chief of Products and Innovation

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Mar 2017 - Present

Jan 2008 - Feb 2017

FastCAP Systems Corporation

Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer

Jan 2008 - Feb 2017

Jun 2005 - June 2011

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Graduate Research Assistant

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Jun 2005 - June 2011

Ask me

How did Nanoramic® end up working with EV technology?
What is Neocarbonix® at the Core and what sets it apart from other Li-ion battery technology?
What are the problems that you are seeing in the EV battery industry?
What makes Nanoramic®'s technology cool?

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