CHASM Launches Strategic Business Unit and Appoints Vice President

July 28, 2020

CHASM Advanced Materials, Inc, inventor of AgeNT™ – the leading ITO alternative for transparent printed electronics – announced today the formation of a business unit dedicated to the company's printed electronics offerings and the appointment of Daniel Skiba as vice president to lead the organization. As part of the company's expanded executive management team, Skiba will report to CHASM's co-founder and CEO, David J. Arthur.

With more than 30 years of industrial experience including the inception and growth of printed electronics, Dan brings to the company expertise as a developer and manufacturer of user interface systems, wearable devices and flexible printed circuit assemblies. His diverse capabilities from product development and management to engineering and supply chain management will be instrumental as he is charged with scaling the new business unit to meet unprecedented market demand.

"Daniel is a highly regarded electronics industry executive and an exceptional addition to the CHASM management team," said David J. Arthur, CEO of CHASM Advanced Materials, Inc. "Every day, more and more customers find that the unique capabilities of CNT Hybrids help innovate new products they previously thought were impossible. Transparent antennas that perform equal or better than solid, opaque conductors or transparent heaters that don't interfere with automotive optical camera safety systems give their engineers a competitive edge to push the bounds in their product lines. Dan's proven ability for helping customers realize a path to new innovations will help CHASM broaden our customer base."

Prior to joining CHASM, Skiba served as CEO of GOT Interface, a developer and manufacturer of user interface systems, wearable devices and flexible printed circuit assemblies, and one of the founding members of CHASM's Preferred Integration Partner (PIP) program. He has also worked in various Engineering and Engineering Management roles at KRONOS, Inc., Remanco Systems and Emulogic.

"Working with CHASM previously as a partner on several highly innovative products, I learned firsthand about the unique capabilities of the company's advanced materials and how they could overcome many of the design challenges engineers face while integrating electronic controls seamlessly into their innovative, new product lines," said Daniel Skiba, Vice President for Printed Electronics, CHASM. "High performance materials such as AgeNT or Signis can provide the spark of innovation – the epiphany moment – where customers realize their new product is not only feasible, but possible and manufacturable at scale. With the momentum continually building, this is an exciting time to be at CHASM."

Skiba holds a bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University.

About CHASM Advanced Materials, Inc.
CHASM Advanced Materials is revolutionizing design and fabrication of printed electronics and energy storage devices through exclusive development and manufacture of CNT hybrid transparent conductive films and CNT hybrid electrode materials. The company's line of AgeNT™ transparent conductive CNT Hybrid films is flexible and formable with low pattering costs and low sheet resistance at high transparency while Signis™ transparent conductive CNT inks balance value, printing consistency, simplicity of patterning and environmental stability without introducing a color cast on a variety of plastic substrates. Leading companies across multiple industries have successfully launched next generation innovations using transparent circuits, heaters, antennas, and films as well as advanced CNT inks and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) only available from CHASM. For more information on joining CHASM's Preferred Integration Partner program – an exclusive network of "go-to companies" in the printed electronics industry, click here, contact or call +1.781.821.0443.

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