“KeraCel’s advanced 3D printing technology brings breakthroughs that will disrupt supply chain for active devices like SSB” said Hassane El-Khoury. “We are excited to have Hassane join us. His experience will help tremendously in commercializing our technology” said Robert Bagheri, KeraCel’s CEO.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (PRWEB) August 13, 2020
“We are excited to have Hassane on our Board of Directors. He brings a wealth of industry experience and a successful track record to KeraCel that will help tremendously as we work on commercializing our groundbreaking technology” said Robert Bagheri, KeraCel chairman and chief executive officer.
El-Khoury is a seasoned executive professional with over twenty years of experience in the technology sector. His career has fostered a deep understanding of customer and design requirements in the automotive and industrial markets, as well as systems-level understanding to form integrated customer solutions and business strategy to drive results. He has held several leadership roles throughout his career, most recently as president, CEO and member of the board of directors for Cypress Semiconductor, until the sale of Cypress to Infineon. Prior to his most recent role as the CEO of Cypress, El-Khoury led the company’s major initiative to grow market presence in the automotive industry.
“KeraCel’s game-changing technology brings major breakthroughs in multi-material, multi-method additive manufacturing 3D printing, a first of its kind that will disrupt the supply chain for energy storage in vehicles, wearables, IoT and many other applications” said Hassane El-Khoury.
KeraCel is bringing to market an advanced proprietary multi-material, multi-method 3D printing system enabling the production of complex active electro-chemical and electro-mechanical devices. KeraCel’s proprietary material processing and manufacturing methods allow the production of advanced solid-state batteries with ceramic based electrolytes and lithium metal anodes, achieving energy densities 2-3 times greater, or at a much lower cost point when compared to standard Lithium Ion cells today with the same energy content. This 3D print manufacturing process will allow virtually any shape or size of cell to be built for a multitude of applications without changing equipment or tooling, directly under software control.