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Episode 507: When Nanotechnology Meets Glass Fascinating Things Happen

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Listen in as Joseph Harary, CEO of Research Frontiers and Eyal Peso, CEO of Gauzy discuss using nanoparticles between layers of glass to create opaque to clear glass transitions for automobiles, skyscraper windows, and many other applications.

MEET YOUR HOST

Lewis Weiss

Mr. Lewis Weiss is Host of Manufacturing Talk Radio and President of All Metals & Forge Group, the principal sponsor of the show. He has 60 years in the metals industry as a manufacturer of open die forgings and seamless rolled rings, running a business that sells forged products globally to OEMs, major manufacturers, mid-size first- and second-tier suppliers, and small metalworking companies. Lewis Weiss puts his experience in manufacturing to good use as an expert consultant on various TV and radio programs nationwide.


Tim Grady

Mr. Tim Grady is an Executive Producer and Co-host of Manufacturing Talk Radio. He brings more than 25 years of knowledge as a senior strategist and business advisor to companies of all sizes in more than thirty industries, advising them on revving up revenues, macro and micro marketing, strategic selling, organization optimization, website ergonomics, data mining, and other external or internal factors that can accelerate or impede business operations and net profit.


SPECIAL GUEST

Eyal Peso, Founder and CEO of Gauzy

Eyal Peso serves as Founder and CEO of Gauzy, and has played a key role a key role in building the company from its inception. Eyal oversees all aspects of the company’s R&D driven establishment, worldwide sales operations (Inc. off shore offices in the US, Germany, China, Singapore, Seoul), management of the company’s proprietary and independent production site and the company’s finance management.

 

Joseph Harary, President and CEO, Research Frontiers
Joe Harary joined Research Frontiers Incorporated as its Vice President and General Counsel in 1992 and has been a director of the Company since 1993. After various promotions, Mr. Harary became President and Chief Operating Officer in 2002, and Chief Executive Officer starting in January 2009. He serves on the Company’s Executive Committee. Mr. Harary has actively managed and directed all aspects of the Company’s business including licensing, raising private and public equity capital, marketing, and government relations. Working closely with Chairman Robert L. Saxe, during Joe Harary’s tenure, the company’s intellectual property portfolio — patents and patent applications for SPD-Smart™ technology worldwide — has grown to over 500, making Research Frontiers the industry leader in smart glass light-control technology. He and the executive team are responsible for building an SPD supply chain infrastructure through the licensing of premier companies that include the world’s largest chemical and glass companies, and building global awareness of the benefits of SPD-SmartGlass technology. In 2007, Research Frontiers’ licensees began producing and selling to their customers next-generation SPD-Smart film and end-products.
Prior to joining Research Frontiers, Mr. Harary’s corporate law practice emphasized technology, licensing, mergers and acquisitions, securities law, and intellectual property law at three prestigious New York City law firms. Mr. Harary graduated Summa Cum Laude from Columbia College with an A.B. degree in economics, and received a Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar as well as an editor of the Columbia Law Review.