NanoDynamics appoints tech VP for subsidiary

July 19, 2006 – NanoDynamics, a manufacturer of nanomaterials and nano-enabled products, appointed Jeffrey Jordan as vice president of technology for the company’s NanoCluster Devices Inc. subsidiary.

Formerly project manager for NanoDynamics’ ND Innovations business unit, Jordan will now guide development and commercialization of the company’s advanced nano-cluster based devices for the semiconductor, sensor and electrostatic discharge protection markets.

The company says NanoCluster Devices’ method for fabricating circuits via self-assembling silicon, copper and palladium nanowires would give the electronics industry a more easily adopted route to smaller, faster chips and that it is compatible with standard industry tools and processes.

Jordan joined NanoDynamics from Praxair Inc. where he served as manager of electronics materials for the company’s electronics and analytical R&D division. In that capacity, Jordan led the development and commercialization of atomic layer (ALD) and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) precursors for use in semiconductor applications.


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