Applied Nanotech, Inc., a PEN Inc. company, is the PEN Design Center focused on developing new products for the PEN family of companies using nanotechnology approaches. We are a leading company in understanding and exploiting nanotechnology to solve specific problems. We are the inventor of Cu StayClean a first-of-its-kind everyday surface care product, a natural mineral protector and fortifier, and also a cleaner that works at the nanometer scale to help create a healthy surface. Our objective is to create value for shareholders by generating significant, predictable and repeatable revenue through product development and prototyping of products commercialized through PEN Inc.
Located in Austin, Texas, our team of scientists and engineers works with companies and organizations to solve technical impasses and create innovations that establish a competitive advantage for the PEN family.
Applied Nanotech was founded in 1989, went public in 1993, focusing on next generation display applications. We have since diversified to other areas leveraging our previous work. From 2006 to the present, we have made substantial progress in these areas.
Dr. Richard Fink is the President of Applied Nanotech, Inc. Dr. Fink began working on carbon-based field emission and ion source applications in 1993. Today, he directs all engineering activities and leads the marketing and sales efforts. He is an inventor or co-inventor of over 25 issued US patents. An active community member, Dr. Fink has served as chairman of the Texas Chapter of the Society for Information Display for several years, has served on church councils and volunteered for community service.
Richard Fink, Ph.D.
Currently there are no open positions, but we are always looking for another extraordinary person to join our team. If you would like to send your resume you can forward it via email to email@example.com
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