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Stephen Campbell

Nanomix Inc
United States of America


Dr. Campbell joined Nano One in September 2015 as Principal Scientist working with a multi-disciplinary team that includes scientists, engineers, industrial partners, and academic collaborators. He works closely with the executive team to accelerate business objectives, build on Nano One’s portfolio of intellectual property and identify commercial growth opportunities in energy storage with a focus on cathode materials suited to electric vehicle applications. Dr. Campbell is investigating the fundamental properties of Nano One’s materials; establishing process, structure and function relationships; and developing strategies to control and tune the nanostructure and interfacial chemistries of cathode materials for optimal electrochemical performance and cost effective production. Prior to his appointment at Nano One, Dr. Campbell served 7 years as Principal Scientist at Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp. and also he held key roles at Ballard Power Systems as Principal Scientist and Senior Scientist between 1994 and 2008. Dr Campbell has 19+ patents to his name and adds 20 years’ of hands-on experience in industrial research developing new technologies through to series production for the automotive sector. He has developed long term research strategies for fuel cell stack development and worked closely with globally significant automotive partners in the development, cost reduction, and integration of fuel cells for automotive applications. He is a knowledge expert in electro-chemical methods and heterogeneous electro-catalysis. He also brings a proven track record in project management, intellectual property development, business negotiation and government relationships. Dr. Campbell received his PhD in Semiconductor Electrochemistry from University of Southampton in 1987 and completed his BSc (Hons.) 1st class in Physical Sciences at Coventry Polytechnic in 1984. From 1987 to 1989 he worked on lithium battery electrolytes in a post doctoral research fellowship with National Research Council of Canada. From 1989 to 1991, studied methanol oxidation on sub-monolayers of Bismuth on Platinum single crystals as post-doctoral Research Associate at University of Southampton. Between 1991 to 1993, he led a large research group focused on polymer electrolyte lithium battery materials at the University of St. Andrews.

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Nanotechnology, electro-chemical methods and heterogeneous electro-catalysis.

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