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KUTG - KULR Technology

Discussion in 'Penny Stocks' started by quantum, Jul 4, 2018.

  1. quantum

    quantum New Member

    Jul 28, 2017
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    Company Profile

    KT High-Tech Marketing, Inc., through its wholly-owned subsidiary KULR Technology Corporation, is focused on developing and commercializing high-performance thermal management (cooling) technologies for a wide array of electronics and energy storage applications. Heat generated by an electronic system's internal components can impair performance and result in system failure and shortened life. KULR exploits its patented Carbon Fiber Cooling (CFC) technologies by creating superior thermal management products high in thermal conductivity and heat dissipation properties. CFC is ultra-light weight and compliant, which are of key importance for many electronics applications where weight and system design restrictions (i.e. miniaturization of devices) are concerns. CFC solutions are rooted in the aerospace industry with the Company serving the likes of NASA, JPL, Raytheon and Boeing. CFC technology has played an important role in space exploration utilized in the Mars Rover, Mercury Messenger, and International Space Station. KULR provides next generation thermal management solutions for next generation space, industrial, military, electric vehicle, consumer electronics, and mobile and cloud computing markets. KULR stands uniquely positioned to meet the increasing system and power demands of the world of electronics.

    Executive Team

    Michael Mo, Chief Executive Officer
    Michael's family co-founded Epic Design Technology, a provider of integrated circuit simulation and analysis software tools. In 1997, Epic was acquired by Synopsis, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNPS) for $427.1 million. Michael co-founded Sympeer Technology in 2005, which was acquired by Amlogic in 2007, where he served as Senior Director of Business Development and his supply chain represented 70% of China's OTT set top box market. As a venture capital investor, notable early round investments include AllBusiness.com ($225 million acquisition by NBC Interactive), Spreadtrum Communications ($1.78 billion acquisition by Tsinghua holdings), and Omnivision ($1.9 billion acquisition by Hua Capital, Citic Capital, and Goldstone in 2016). Today, he focuses entirely on building KULR's business to serve the growing industry demand for improved thermal management products. Over the years, he has established business relationships with high-profile tech leaders in the U.S. and China. Michael earned a Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering from UC Santa Barbara.

    Dr. Timothy Knowles, Chief Technology Officer
    Dr. Knowles has over thirty years of thermal management research and product development experience having performed work on some of the most challenging aerospace and industrial applications. Some of Dr. Knowles and his team's projects included building the X-38 battery heat sink, Mercury Messenger PCM heat sink, NICER telescope PCM heat sink, Mars Rover battery enclosure, and X-51 Scramjet heat exchanger and thermal interface material. He and his team of engineers (formerly Energy Science Laboratory, Inc.) conceived and developed KULR's proprietary carbon fiber cooling solutions and was awarded hundreds of contracts from numerous customers including NASA, JPL, Raytheon, and Boeing. Dr. Knowles is an expert in materials science and utilization of carbon fiber for heat sinks and heat exchangers. He authored or co-authored 48 research papers over the years. Dr. Knowles received a Ph.D. in Physics from UC San Diego.

    Simon Westbrook, Chief Financial Officer
    Simon founded and served as an officer of Aargo, Inc., a company specializing in financial consulting services to corporations in various tech related industries. Prior to Aargo, Simon served as CFO of Amber Network, Inc. and Sage, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAGI), a Silicon Valley company specializing in flat panel displays. Prior to Sage, Simon also held senior financial positions at Creative Technology (NASDAQ: CREAF) and Atari Corporation (AMEX: ATC), the video game and home computer company. Throughout his career, he has been involved in multiple initial and secondary public offerings and public and private M&A transactions. Simon is a chartered accountant and holds a Masters in Economics from Trinity College, Cambridge University.

    KULR in the News

    7/17/2017: Wall Sreet Journal - Nasa's Work to Head Off Battery Blazes in Space Finds Uses on Earth
    2/21/2018: Cheddar TV - Protecting Batteries from Electric Cars to NASA Space Shuttles
    4/18/2018: National Renewable Energy Laboratory - KULR Technology Exclusively Licenses Award-Winning Battery Internal Short Circuit Device
    7/11/2018: Business Wire - Xia Zuoquan, Co-Founder of Chinese Electric Vehicle and Battery Maker BYD, Joins KULR Technology's Advisory Board

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