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Alan Rae PDF Print E-mail

Dr. Rae has worked in the electronics, ceramics, nanotechnology and “clean tech” industries for over 30 years in the USA and UK, managing global businesses and technology development at startup, operating company and corporate levels.

He currently is Executive Director of IncubatorWorks, leading the development of the business and manufacturing incubator at the Elmira-Corning Airport Corporate Park, along with directing operations at the Innovation Centers in Alfred NY and Painted Post NY.

Alan is active in industry associations and standards work with iNEMI, ISO, SMTA, IMAPS, IPC, and JISSO. He is a founder member of the Graphene Stakeholders’ Association.

He has held Director and VP positions with 5 new companies, started his own business, consults on behalf of IncubatorWorks with startup companies and investors in the nanotechnology, solar and electronics industries throughout the USA.. He is an Entrepreneur in Residence with NYSERDA, and is on the advisory committees for NYSIVC, the Center for High Rate Nanomanufacturing, and the NYS Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics.


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