Nanogrande Collaborates in the Launch of the ArianeGroup Research Chair

Posté le 28/09/2017

Laval, Thursday, September 28, 2017 - President and founder of Nanogrande, Juan Schneider, participated on September 7 at the launch of the ArianeGroup Research Chair in Emerging Materials in Aeronautics and Space by Professor Sylvain G. Cloutier at the Department of Electrical Engineering at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). Nanogrande is one of the partners of this research chair with Airbus and Safran, which hold ArianeGroup equally.

"This research chair is a concrete expression of the partnership we presented last March," explained Mr. Schneider. "We are pleased to announce that in the coming months, Nanogrande will work with Professor Cloutier's team to find solutions to the challenges raised by this chair. "

 

The ArianeGroup Research Chair will develop an intelligent anticorrosive coating capable of dissipating the electrical loads of aluminum alloy structures and eliminating possible scratches for Ariane 6 launchers. Contribution to reviewing surface preparation processes using more flexible and cost-effective technologies. This should make it possible to standardize the quality and condition of the surface of the parts to be treated.

 

It is mainly in these last areas that Nanogrande's expertise will be used. The spin-offs of this research will naturally apply in the field of aerospace. But, they could also find uses in several other areas, such as medicine, defense, transportation, or even energy.

 

The Nanogrande team would like to thank Professor Sylvain G. Cloutier, who helped to realize this agreement, to the team of Mrs Marie-Pierre Ippersiel, President and CEO of the Center for Research and Innovation in Advanced Materials Quebec (PRIMA QUÉBEC) for their support, as well as Pierre-André Baudart, Research and Technology Director ArianeGroup and Bruno Rameau of ArianeGroup.

 

Nanogrande designs, manufactures and sells the world's first molecular-scale additive printing technology and mergers nanotechnology with additive manufacturing, the bridge between semiconductors and 3D printing.

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In the picture: In the usual order, Mr. Pierre-André Baudart of Ariane Group, Mrs. Marie-Pierre Ippersiel of PRIMA-Quebec and Mr. Juan Schneider of Nanogrande.In the picture: In the usual order, Mr. Pierre-André Baudart of Ariane Group, Mrs. Marie-Pierre Ippersiel of PRIMA-Quebec and Mr. Juan Schneider of Nanogrande.