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Company Overview of 24M Technologies, Inc.

Executive Profile

Yet-Ming Chiang

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Background

Prof. Yet-Ming Chiang is a Co-Founder and Consultant at SpringLeaf Therapeutics, Inc. Prof. Chiang is a Full Professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at MIT. He is a Co-Founder of 24M Technologies, Inc. Prof. Chiang Co-founded B456 Systems, Inc. (formerly, A123 systems Inc.) in 2001 and served as its Chief Scientist. In 1987, he co-founded American Superconductor, the worlds leading supplier of high temperature super-conducting wire. His research ...

Corporate Headquarters

One Kendall Square
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

United States

Phone: 617-553-1012
Fax: 617-553-1018

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Co-Founder, Consultant, Director

Education

ScD 1985
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bachelor's Degree 1980
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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