Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) co-founder, Marciel Gaier, is speaking tomorrow (February 27, 2018) at the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Gaier is a guest speaker at the university’s Lunchtime Seminar Series event. He will be delivering an insightful lecture about environmentally friendly anti-fouling coatings, specifically GIT’s innovative GrapheneCoat™ product. Those in attendance will learn more about how GIT has used alternative approaches in materials science to address major issues in the marine coating industry.
There's nothing foul about this next SOF Seminar Series. Dr. Gaier explores alternative approaches to developing new anti-fouling coatings for marine gear. Join us Feb. 28, 12 pm, flume tank to learn more about his research. @MUN_Science @munosgsa pic.twitter.com/LHNO6CocDj
— Marine Institute (@marineinstitute) February 27, 2018
Over 25 of North America’s most innovative ocean technology startup companies have been selected to present in San Diego, California on November 10, 2017 — including Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT).
GIT co-founders Mo. Algermozi and Marciel Gaier will take to the stage to demonstrate their graphene products and showcase their offerings at the BlueTech PitchFest event. Featured in their presentation will be information about of their disruptive product GrapheneCoat™, a multi-functional coating designed for anti-corrosion and anti-fouling purposes specifically for marine applications (e.g. ships and boats of diverse sizes).
Twenty-six organizations are set to present at the BlueTech PitchFest event. GIT is the only representative selected from Canada to present. Pitches will be accompanied with additional time for Q&A from potential investors. Angel and impact investors, philanthropists, potential corporate partners and other SMEs are encouraged to attend.
The GIT team will also be attending several events during BlueTech Week in San Diego from November 6-11. Co-founders Mo. Algermozi and Marciel Gaier are interested in making new connections—from potential investors and clients to partners and new connections in the US market. If you are interested in meeting with our team, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
Graphite Innovation Technologies (GIT) was successful at the Global Marine Technology Entrepreneurship Competition in Halifax on October 24, 2017.
The competition, hosted by Shandong University, China and Qingdao City, China, serves as a pathway for entrepreneurs and teams to get access to Chinese capital and markets. The Halifax competition was one of ten held across the world, where regional companies pitched to the judges for entry into the market based on their value and contribution in Marine Science and Technology.
Graphite Innovation Technologies (GIT) is a leading Canadian materials engineering firm focused on delivering disruptive uses for graphene technologies. GIT works in partnership with its customers using its proprietary “bottom up” process for the production of high specification graphene. They provide dispersion and product integration expertise, to deliver solutions for a wide range of applications.
Ten of Atlantic Canada’s most innovative companies were selected to present in Halifax on October 10, 2017 — including Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT).
GIT co-founders Mo. Algermozi and Marciel Gaier took to the stage to demonstrate their graphene products and showcase their offerings. Featured were live samples of the GrapheneCoat™ marine coating and XGIT™, GIT’s graphene nanoplatelets (GNP).
DemoCamp Halifax is an event for the regional technology and startup community to come together and share what they’ve built as a live demo (no powerpoint allowed), give each other feedback, learn from speakers and connect with one another. Everyone interested in locally-built technology was welcome to attend. Entrepreneurs, makers, developer, students, non-technical and technical, funders, marketers, salespeople, lawyers, accountants – anyone who is interested in regionally-built tech and startups.
Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) Inc. will be exhibiting at the Atlantic Venture Forum 2017 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Our team will be showcasing our disruptive uses for graphene and the many applications the powerful material possesses.