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Yet-Ming Chiang
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Yet-Ming Chiang

Kyocera Professor, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT

BIOGRAPHY

Why a Tech Power Player?

For fundamental contributions to energy storage, materials, and startups.

Yet-Ming Chiang is Kyocera Professor in the department of materials science and engineering at MIT and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He has published more than 300 scientific articles, co-founded 7 companies, and holds over 100 patents. Chiang serves in leadership positions at Sublime Systems, Form Energy, and 24M Technologies.

Chiang holds bachelor of science and doctor of science degrees in materials science and engineering from MIT.

CAREER MILESTONES

2017

Cofounded Form Energy Inc., took over as chief scientist

2009

Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

2001

Cofounded A123 Systems, a developer of nanophosphate lithium ion batteries

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TECH POWER PLAYERS 50 | RANKED #35

Yet-Ming Chiang

Kyocera Professor, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT

Yet-Ming Chiang
  • Industry

    Education

  • Location

    Greater Boston

  • Social Media

BIOGRAPHY

Why a Tech Power Player?

For fundamental contributions to energy storage, materials, and startups.

Yet-Ming Chiang is Kyocera Professor in the department of materials science and engineering at MIT and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He has published more than 300 scientific articles, co-founded 7 companies, and holds over 100 patents. Chiang serves in leadership positions at Sublime Systems, Form Energy, and 24M Technologies.

Chiang holds bachelor of science and doctor of science degrees in materials science and engineering from MIT.

CAREER MILESTONES

2017

Cofounded Form Energy Inc., took over as chief scientist

2009

Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

2001

Cofounded A123 Systems, a developer of nanophosphate lithium ion batteries

RELATED ARTICLES

MIT joins global hunt for ways to cut carbon

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