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Daniel Slep, PhD
Chief Technology Officer
Dr. Daniel Slep serves as chief technology officer for ChemCubed. Dan's background includes leading manufacturing, research and product development. In these positions, Dan has worked with multiple companies from startups to fortune 500s. Dan also currently serves on the External Advisory Boards for Rutgers Leading Disruptive Innovation. He lectures about topics such as Additive Manufacturing, Polymer Engineering and Nanotechnology. Dan's education includes a bachelor's degree in physics, as well as a master's degree and Doctor of Philosophy in material sciences. During his more than two decades in the printing Industry, Dan has published industry-related articles and scientific papers and is the inventor of multiple patents.
Chief Marketing Officer
Chris Booher holds a BBA in marketing with over 25 years of business experience in the packaging and materials industry and is committed to growing ChemCubed’s leading technologies position in the 3D printing materials market. He has worked with multiple companies from privately owned expansions to Fortune 500s headquartered in the USA and Europe. His experience ranges from full P&L general management, sales and business development for application-specific technologies in paper, films, adhesives, specialty coatings and printing inks. Chris is focused on partnering with customers to fully embrace target driven solutions tailored to each company’s unique end-use applications and needs.
Vivian Ang, PhD
Dr. Vivian Ang received her PhD in organic chemistry from Stony Brook University. Her 6+ years of research experience involves organic synthesis, single-crystal analysis, material characterization and thin-film solar cell development. She has successfully managed several research projects, including leading a collaboration with Sustainable Energy Technologies Department at Brookhaven National Lab which has resulted in a patent. Dr. Ang is currently working on developing materials for 3D printing at ChemCubed.
Nick Bonura, MS
Nick Bonura received his Master’s degree in chemistry from Stony Brook University. His research experience includes approximately 2 years at Brookhaven National Laboratory where he studied charge transfer equilibria for photovoltaic applications. He is currently positioned at ChemCubed as a research assistant where he is working on the development of materials for 3D printing.