April 16, 2015 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm| Free
LoboNet is a collaboration between the UNM School of Engineering, STC.UNM, New Mexico Technology Council and local tech business community. Join us for opportunities to network with students, faculty members, entrepreneurs, investors, innovators and more in a casual environment.
Featured Guest: Douglas Smith
Douglas Smith has been President of NanoPore since 1994. Previously, he served as Director of the NSF CENTER FOR MICRO-ENGINEERED CERAMICS and Regents Professor of Chemical Engineering at UNM. Dr. Smith and NanoPore work on the use of nanoporous materials for thermal and electrical insulation and adsorption cooling. He has 97 patents and is the lead inventor for both the NanoglassTM family of low dielectric constant films and the NanoCoolTM family of on-demand cooling. His work has led to 3 commercial product lines; the NanoglassTM family of dielectrics, NanoPoreTM thermal insulation, and NanoCoolTM adsorption cooling. He has created eight different nanotechnology-related ventures including; NanoPore Incorporated, Nanoglass LLC (with Honeywell), NanoPore Insulation LLC, NanoPore Insulation Ltd., NanoCool LLC, NanoBev LLC, NanoSorb GmbH and NanoFrio LLC. In addition, he was one of the founders of Cool Logistics Ltd