AZUSA, Calif.--(Contour Energy Systems, an innovative portable power company commercializing next-generation battery systems, announced today that CEO Joe Fisher will present at the IEEE Nanotechnology Council Sixth Annual Symposium on May 18 in Santa Clara, CA. Participating in the “Nano-Enabled Energy” session, Mr. Fisher will discuss the future of next-generation battery systems in a presentation titled, “Reshaping Portable Power Using Nano Materials.”)--
“Energy Harvesting Systems Using Piezo-electric Macro Fiber Composites.”
The session will be chaired by Dr. Geetha Dholakia, a senior research associate with the Department of Electrical Engineering, Santa Clara University. Joining Mr. Fisher on the panel will be James Gee, distinguished member of technical staff, Applied Materials, Co., who will speak on “Nano-enabled Solar,” along with Thomas Daue, president, Smart Material Corporation, who will speak on “Energy Harvesting Systems Using Piezo-electric Macro Fiber Composites.”
National Semiconductor Conference Center
Bldg E-1, 2900 Semiconductor Drive, Santa Clara, CA
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About Contour Energy Systems
Contour Energy Systems is an innovative portable power company commercializing customizable battery technologies for a wide range of cross-industry applications. Contour’s next-generation battery systems are designed to deliver unprecedented improvements in energy and power density, and are capable of performing in extreme operating conditions at significantly improved costs. Founded through the collaboration of CalTech and CNRS, the French National Center for Scientific Research, the company combines expertise in nano-materials science, patented Fluorine-based battery chemistries and manufacturing processes to significantly advance the state of portable power. Headquartered in Azusa, CA, Contour Energy is managed by a world-class team of battery industry leaders from CalTech, Energizer, Duracell, ConocoPhillips, Hewlett-Packard and Ultralife. The company is privately held with funding from CMEA Capital, Harris and Harris, Schlumberger and US Venture Partners.