Stephan Turano

Mr. Turano earned BS and MS degrees in Materials Science and Engineering in 2002 and 2004, with a focus on Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs), their synthesis, properties and  incorporation into electronic devices.  I n 2004, He joined the research faculty at the Georgia Tech Research Institute, where his research focused on CNT based devices for energy applications including batteries, supercapacitors, electron sources, and photovoltaics.  He has extensive experience in semiconductor and other thin film deposition and process development.  Mr Turano is an expert in thin film characterization using optical and electronic test methods, including XRD, EDX, SEM and many other techniques.

Mr. Turano joined the NEST lab in 2017 and is focused on industrial scale production of CNTs on flexible, functional substrates for use in biomedical devices, thermal interfaces, and other end-use applications