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Panorama Labs, the company pioneering magneto-photonic crystal technology, announced today that renowned nanotechnology expert Stephen O'Brien has joined the company's advisory board. He will advise the company on new fabrication techniques, as well as support R&D efforts for Panorama Labs' proprietary technologies.
"I'm very glad to contribute to Panorama Labs' exciting and innovative applications of nanotechnology," said O'Brien. "Their work with magneto-photonic crystals is truly groundbreaking and I look forward to joining a very creative team that will have a major impact on their target industries."
O'Brien brings an extensive scientific background to Panorama Labs with expertise in nanotechnology related to materials science and engineering, materials chemistry, and applied physics. He is an Associate Professor of Materials, Science and Engineering at Columbia University, where he also leads a research group that focuses on the application of materials synthesis techniques for the development of new materials of technological importance and scientific interest, such as carbon nanotubes and semiconductor nanoparticles.
"Stephen's experience and expertise in nanoscale materials science will be invaluable in guiding us as we develop our technology and bring it to market," said Sutherland Ellwood, chief strategic officer and founder of Panorama Labs.
About Panorama Labs Pty. Ltd.
Panorama Labs Pty. Ltd. develops and commercializes applications of its breakthrough magneto-photonic technology in areas including video display and projection, telecommunications and integrated circuits. The company is led by a management team of technical experts, consumer electronics executives, and entertainment industry veterans. More information about Panorama Labs can be found at their website
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