Professor M. Stanley Whittingham – Non-Executive Director

Professor Stanley Whittingham has over 40 years of experience in the lithium-ion battery industry and is best known for being a key figure in the invention of the lithium-ion battery technology which has earned him a Nobel Science Prize in 2019. During his illustrious career, Professor Whittingham has headed large projects for the US Department of Energy, Exxon and Schlumberger. He has 16 US patents and has been involved in writing over 240 pieces of scientific and engineering literature.

Currently, Professor Whittingham is a professor of Chemistry and a Director of both the Materials Research and Materials Science and Engineering program at Binghamton University which is part of the State University of New York. Professor Whittingham is also Director of the Northeast Center for Chemical Energy Storage (NECCES), which is an effort being led by Binghamton University, and includes as partners Rutgers University, Argonne National Laboratory, Cambridge University, MIT, University of Michigan, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of California at Santa Barbara and University of California at San Diego.

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