The chairman and CEO of Nanogrande, Mr. Juan Schneider, is proud to announce the realization of a cooperative multiparty agreement that includes l’École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) and Airbus-Safran Launchers. Backed by state-of-the-art research in nanotechnology, this agreement should allow the development of a surface treatment and manufacturing technology which is a specialty of Nanogrande.
“It is a great step forward for Nanogrande which is now joining major players. We would like to thank the Dean of research at ÉTS andchairholder of theCanada Research Chair in Hybrid Optoelectronic Materials and Components Devices, Pr. Sylvain G. Cloutier, who helped achieve this agreement and to PRIMA-Quebec for their financial support.”—said Nanogrande’s CEO, Mr. Schneider.
This collaboration agreement will extend for a period of three years. The result will mainly apply to aerospace, but many other fields could benefit from this research collaboration such as medicine, defence, transport or energy.
The CEO of Nanogrande, Mr. Schneider, said that: “This will allow us to leverage our expertise and technology in these promising fields. Moreover, Airbus-Safran Launchers will be a remarkable showcase for us to demonstrate and define the new standards of our industry.”
Nanogrande’s team is looking forward to undertake this new collaboration with Pr. Cloutier and his team at ÉTS and Mr. Bruno Rameau from Airbus-Safran Launchers.
Nanogrande conceives, produces and sells the world’s first molecular-scale additive printing technology and is merging nanotechnology with additive manufacturing, bridging the gap between semiconductors and 3D Printing.